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Mindfulness of Breathing

Mindfulness of breathing is fundamental in Buddhist meditation. This is the 1st thing on mindfulness of the body; to be able to stay calm and concentrate.

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Introduction to Seeing Drawing

Marcia Rose gives an exercise: introduction to seeing drawing as a form of meditative activity. “When we start to draw we begin to see.”

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Introduction to Drawing Yourself

Marcia Rose introduces the “drawing yourself” exercise. First is to draw a part of yourself, either the hand or the foot.

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Buddhism in Brief

There are 3 great vehicles of Buddhism. Vajrayana is the form we find in Mongolia and Tibet; the Mahayana is the form we find in China, Korea or Japan; another is the Theravada…

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Knowing that Attention is Present

Phillip Moffitt leads a meditation to attention mindfulness awareness, to be mindfully aware of the occurring, to know the occurrence of the present.

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Insight Practice

Donald Rothberg teaches advanced meditative technology (just kidding). He talks about the 3 ways of seeing to aid in insight practice.

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Simply Stopping

Sean Fargo teaches meditation beginners to practice simply stopping. Breathing in and out, to be simply still and present at the moment.

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Letting Go Of Seriousness

David Gandelman leads a meditation about letting go of seriousness, seriously? Seriousness can be stifling to meditation practice, so, letting go can be beneficial because it opens wellsprings of joy.

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Wishing Ourselves And Others Well

Taking the time to wish ourselves and others well can be a powerful tool for achieving greater peace and serenity. This guided mindfulness exercise will show you how.

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2 Minutes of Mindful Breathing

With just 2 minutes of mindfulness breathing meditation, you can recenter and recharge for the rest of your day. Check out this free guided mindful breathing by Sean Fargo.

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