Most people, especially beginners, find it's easier to meditate with a guided voice. I have recorded a number of meditations which you can play anytime and anywhere you have an internet connection.
(Never listen while driving!)
There are a few meditations below. If you are not so experienced, I recommend you work from top to bottom, getting comfortable with each one first - focusing on breath first , and accepting the reality of what is going on in and around you, then moving on to dealing with thoughts and feelings. Each text gives the minutes and seconds of the meditation so you can judge how much time you want to spend.
A short and easy meditation to ground you, wherever you are. Just open up to what is going on in mind and body, and connect to the present moment with simple focus on breathing. Return to your day, calmer and more productive (3:27)
Desk Calmer - try this short meditation when at your desk and work gets you down - just a few minutes to re-set (4:08)
Just under six minutes to relax and re-tune, particularly good after a hard day or before bed (5:50)
'So Hum' is said to be the sound of the breath. This meditation encourages you to focus on both breath and mantra and is one of my favourites (09:03)
A pleasant outcome of meditation is the ability to show greater kindness for oneself and others. This one encourages and conditions you to have greater compassion all round (15:06)
A way to meditate and relax by lying down, really effective for end of day and helps you sleep. This is a type of body scan meditation and is a very popular variant (24:01)
Meditation practice unlocks our ability to be able to view our thoughts from a little distance and understand how our thought processes work. By using Sounds as a metaphor for thoughts, as well the thoughts themselves, we can gain control over our awareness, and how we think and view the world (16.21)