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Mind Appreciation – Meditation

To focus the mind, allow the body to become as relaxed as possible for the sake of delving deeply into the mind as you do the mind appreciation meditation. More from: Sean Fargo

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Mental Subtractions of Positive Events

Imagine what your life would be like now if you hadn’t experienced the positive events, and affirm them by doing this unique mental subtraction meditation. More from: Sean Fargo

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Ten Minute Meditation With Just Bells

Available for download, audible media of 10-minute meditation with just bells. Good for worry-free time-crunched meditation. Sourced from http://www.freemindfulness.org/download

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Breathing Space

The Breathing Space meditation defines the parameters of relaxation. It teaches your body to be calm in its stillness, and your mind to wander freely. Sourced from http://www.freemindfulness.org/downl...

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Tension Release, by Vidyamala Burch

Stress and tension can cause aches and pains all over the body. This short meditation will release you from suffering and leave you feeling refreshed. Sourced from http://www.freemindfulness.org/downl...

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Forty Five Minute Meditation – Just Bells 15 Minute Intervals

Available for download, audible media of 45-minute meditation with just bells. The 15-minute intervals are good for parts of relaxation meditation. Sourced from http://www.freemindfulness.org/download...

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Relaxing the Mind

If you can change your mind, you can change a lot of things in your life. Anam Thubten teaches to relax the mind in finding unconditional happiness. More from: Anam Thubten

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Mindfulness of the Body

Shaila Catherine leads a guided meditation with an emphasis on the mindfulness of the body. The body is a wonderful resource for bringing our attention to the present moment. More from: Shaila Catheri...

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Strong Back, Soft Front

Frank Ostaseski says to live in this world, we need a strong back and that is not enough. We need a soft front. Usually, we have it the other way around. More from: Frank Ostaseski

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Relax the Eyes

More from: Gil Fronsdal

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