4 simple and effective ways to meditate in bed

Have you ever wondered if you can meditate lying in bed?

And the answer is yes. Because choosing a position in which your body feels comfortable and relaxed will help you connect with your moment of meditation in a much deeper way.

In this article I am going to share 4 bed meditation proposals for you to put into practice starting today to help you reduce stress and anxiety.

Meditation is being aware of your thoughts, emotions, and physical sensations in the present moment. As you train in this practice, you manage to become more aware of your inner world and create within yourself a beautiful oasis of serenity.

Therefore, it is very beneficial for mental, emotional and physical health to meditate every day, even if you have little time and can only do a 5 or 10 minute workout.

You know what I love about meditation? that adapts to your life, and not you to meditation. Because there are days that are so intense that we just want to get home and lie down in bed to rest. In those days of exhaustion and a lot of stress, it is ideal that you can enjoy a restful meditation in bed. Does anyone else think like me?

Meditating in bed may also be the best option if you have any ailments in your body and you feel uncomfortable meditating while sitting. There is no reason to suffer while meditating. The only warning that you should keep in mind is not to fall asleep, since this position favors relaxation more. However, if your purpose of meditating in bed is to fall asleep, there is no problem in falling asleep meditating.

In this guide I am going to share 4 simple and effective ways to meditate in bed and enjoy maximum comfort while maintaining your full attention in the present moment.


This meditation is ideal to reduce your stress, relax and enjoy a quality sleep. To do this meditation I invite you to lie face up on the bed. I invite you to make yourself very comfortable and for this you can use as many cushions as you need. For example, you can put a cushion under your head and another under your knees to relieve tension in your back. You can also cover yourself with a blanket in case you get cold while you are meditating.

The key to meditating in bed is to get comfortable enough to relax, but not so comfortable that you fall asleep. Try to find that balance.

To carry out this meditation, take a tour of your entire body very slowly, scanning your physical sensations, your thoughts and emotions in each area of ​​yourself that you are observing. Next, I leave you a guided meditation where you can do this practice with the company of my voice.


This meditation is very transformative because it invites you to connect with gratitude, which is an emotion that expands great well-being in your inner world. It is an ideal practice to do from bed when you wake up or before going to sleep.

To carry out this meditation, I invite you to close your eyes, take three deep breaths and bring your attention to what you feel grateful for. I propose that every day you choose a different reason for gratitude so that you can realize how many reasons to be thankful there are. For example: give thanks for being alive, for having running water within your reach every day, for having food on your table, for enjoying the sunlight, for a special little time with someone you love, for enjoying your favorite program , for your moment of meditation in connection with you, and a long etcetera.

Next, I leave you a 1-minute guided meditation to thank your body for accompanying you every day of your life since you were born.


This meditation is very loving to do lying in bed. It is a practice that helps you balance your emotional world to create within yourself a great inner well-being. Starting the day with this meditation is giving yourself a nice opportunity to cultivate within yourself a very positive state of mind.


If you find it difficult to fall asleep, then you can try a meditation in bed in order to deeply relax your mind and body. This will help you get into a quality and restful sleep.

I hope that these tips that I bring you today inspire you to continue meditating. Also, if you want to learn how to meditate in bed and incorporate this beneficial practice for health into your daily life, I invite you to join my online meditation group so that you learn to relax your mind, feeling supported every step of the way.

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