20 New Guided Meditations by Sean Fargo
There are seven directions we can feel into to increase our felt sense of what is within and around us. Sean Fargo leads a guided meditation that explores all of the seven directions.
Is there a place inside of you – some area of your body – that feels safe to settle into? Sense into this place of refuge with care and curiosity before noticing if this sense of safety expands within the body.
Sean Fargo leads a mindfulness meditation to enhance body awareness of three centers in the body: the belly, the heart, and the head. Which one calls for your attention the most?
Sean Fargo leads this guided mindfulness meditation to enhance present moment awareness. This is a standard mindfulness of breathing practice.
Sean Fargo leads a guided mindfulness meditation to enhance curiosity of the present moment, observing sensations as pleasant, unpleasant, or neutral. Can we be with whatever the feeling tones of our experience might be?
We all experience shame and self-judgment. Rather than avoiding it, can we turn towards it gently and with curiosity and compassion? Sean Fargo leads this guided meditation on shame, helping us to establish a new relationship with this difficult emotion.
Each and every breath sustains us, and any breath that we take could be our last. Sean Fargo gently leads us into a mindfulness of death practice centered around this awareness.
By opening to gladness, we ease the nervous system and help ourselves to settle into meditation. This guided practice led by Sean Fargo begins with the cultivation of gladness, followed by space and silence to simply be.
Sean Fargo leads a guided mindfulness meditation that cultivates caring curiosity and helps us to tune into contentment for simply being.
Sean Fargo leads a guided meditation to enhance our awareness of the expanding dimension of time. Can we explore each moment as something brand new? Can we take in each moment with a sense of awe and wonder?
Can you welcome this moment with openness and caring curiosity? Sean Fargo leads this guided meditation to help us welcome what is here for us right now.
Is there a part of your body that is asking for your awareness? Can you tend to that part of the body with care and curiosity? Sean Fargo leads a gentle guided meditation to help increase our capacity to tend safely and compassionately to our physical body.
Can you open your awareness to a sense of ease within your physical body? Sean Fargo leads a guided meditation that invites us to find refuge in the body.
Sean Fargo leads a guided meditation that invites us to explore the feeling of frustration. After calling to mind a situation that sparked mild frustration within us, we are guided in exploring that emotion – the thoughts and the physical sensations of it – with care and curiosity.
For many, happiness is a difficult emotion to fully embrace. Sean Fargo leads a guided meditation on recalling happiness and soaking in that experience of it, paying mindful attention to the thoughts and physical sensations that are present alongside it.
What do you value in your life? Sean Fargo leads a guided gratitude meditation, inviting us to note and give thanks for various things in our life that we value – from people to experiences to resources.
Each breath is brand new and each breath is an opportunity to get curious. Sean Fargo leads this mindful breathing meditation with an emphasis on bringing curiosity to the way that the breath moves through the body in each moment.
Can you tune into your heart with a sense of caring curiosity? What is present in your heart in this moment? Sean Fargo leads a guided meditation to enhance loving acceptance of whatever is present in the heart right now.
Can we open to our experience as it is? Can we allow life to unfold as it is? Sean Fargo leads a guided mindfulness meditation to help us open to our present moment experience as it is.
The elements of life are not just around us – they are also within us. Sean Fargo leads a body awareness practices that focuses on sensing into the elements. What can you observe by sensing into the earth, air, water, and fire within the body?