In mindfulness practice, you learn to train and work with this tool in an intentional, focused way. Listen to this Refreshing Meditation from FitMind.
We’re often focused on the wrong things, so instead of asking what the world needs, ask yourself what makes you alive. Explore it through our mindfulness exercises.
Reduce your agitations when catching sleep. Arouse your thoughts of thankfulness. Bring happiness to your life by the power of gratitude for sleep.
Acknowledging the good that you already have in your life is the foundation for all abundance. What goodness do you sometimes forget or take for granted?
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.
Allow yourself to feel benefited from the gift of gratitude. Allow yourself to feel appreciation. This is Day 7 gratitude.
Everyone wants to be loved. There is no one who does not want love. The same is true for happiness. Here are some daily practices for love and happiness.
See if you can take an inventory of the things for which you’re grateful. This meditation samples 12 intentions of gratitude.
As we struggle to find happiness, we discover the importance of peace, love, and contentment. Let us hardwire our happiness through this meditation.
Available for download, audible media of 10-minute meditation with just bells. Good for worry-free time-crunched meditation.
Available for download, audible media of 10-minute meditation with just bells. Good for a worry-free 10-minute meditation.
Affirmations offer inspiration and support. “I am grateful for the gifts I receive from others” is an example of the evening affirmations of gratitude.
Marcia Rose talks about the 3rd factor of enlightenment: wise effort. Wise effort is so intricate to energy, i.e., ever present in every mental activity.
Listen to Guided Meditation on Patience by Marcia Rose. With patience being the most important and necessary quality with mindfulness insight.
Marcia Rose introduces the “drawing yourself” exercise. First is to draw a part of yourself, either the hand or the foot.
Marcia Rose reflects on the Monet Poem: Monet refuses the Operation by Lisel Mueller. And another, Shoveling Snow With Buddha – Poem by Billy Collins.
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.
Improve your motivation and look deep into your self, access the place of your accomplishments. Sean Fargo leads a guided meditation remembering motivation.
Envision your purpose by a guided meditation positive future by Sean Fargo. This is a chance to connect within the place inside us toward a life of meaning.
Sean Fargo leads a guided meditation “opening your senses.” It allows experiencing visceral sensations with open awareness, seeing, sensing and feeling.
This “coming to your senses” guided meditation by Sean Fargo is the intermediate level of open awareness practice. This meditation is helpful in dealing with addiction.
Sean Fargo leads a guided meditation Leading with Purpose. This meditation explores leading with purpose whether you’re in an organization or family.
Just Like Me guided meditation by Sean Fargo focuses on the appreciation of your likeness with others. To feel the shared experience as human beings, open channels of compassion.
Sean Fargo leads the integrated body scan meditation. This meditation promotes calmness and peace of mind. It scans the whole body from the bottom upwards.
Sean Fargo leads a guided meditation focused attention and concentration. This meditation is useful to increase focus and mindfulness.
Sean Fargo leads a walking meditation with compassion as the theme. Find a place to walk that is safe to listen to this instruction.
This guided meditation by Sean Fargo is about How To Focus Your Attention. Relax and stay alert at the same time, focusing your attention to the breath.
You’re about to listen to a quick body scan meditation by Tara Brach. This guided meditation is beneficial for increasing connectedness with the body.
Enjoy this free 10 minute meditation by Tara Brach. It doesn’t take much time to feel relaxed and relieve stress with this guided mindfulness meditation.
Rick Hanson talks about the topic Just One Thing. The basic idea is to focus on just one thing each week. Ultimately, it’s your choice to focus on either the negative ones or the positive ones.
Rick Hanson talks about Befriending Yourself. This practice aims to cultivate the deep sense of being a friend to yourself. Firstly, take care of yourself.
Joseph Goldstein talks about Feeling Free and the 4th noble truth. The 4th noble truth is the way of practice leading to the end of suffering.
Joseph Goldstein leads a Morning Reflection about Mindfulness. To stay mindful internally and externally rather than being reactive and judgmental.
Tara Brach leads a guided Standing & Walking Meditation. It’s a wonderful way to feel being present when standing or walking or while we’re on our way.
Tara Brach holds a Q&A session about Pain and Recurring Thoughts during meditation. There are times when pain is manifested due to bringing awareness and mindfulness into those particular thoughts.
Gil Fronsdal talks about Settle the Heart First. Rest in the calm of peace first and settle the heart before speaking or letting go of regretful words.
Gil Fronsdal talks about Entering Into Difficulty. One of the important areas of life is what we know and what we don’t know. How do we go through changes?
Gil Fronsdal talks about Power and Worthiness. Strength, dignity, value, power, and confidence all these happen within you.
Gil Fronsdal talks about To Care & Not To Care. In Buddhist practice, both are important. Don’t measure yourself by the outcome. Measure with how you cared.
Gil Fronsdal talks about Every Moment is a Chance to Restart. Every moment things start anew is a useful perspective that can be used in Mindfulness.
Gil Fronsdal talks about Still Quiet Place Within. As the mind turn inwards for meditation, the still quiet place within helps us to draw peace and stillness.
Matthew Brensilver talks about doing Dharma Practice for Oneself is Complicated. But doing it for the benefit of all beings including oneself is simple.
Matthew Brensilver talks about History is Ending Today. The mind can easily assume permanence or continuity of things. But then Anicha (Impermanence) is actually a refuge.
Binaural Beat for Third Eye Awakening. Binaural beats are auditory illusion perceived by the brain when two different tones are played into each ear.
Binaural Beat for Third Eye Awakening by Eric Bartel.
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