Before your mind wakes up completely every morning, create a blank canvas. Clear your mind starting the day with a gratitude meditation.
Allow your body and mind to drift into complete and total rest; letting go of any visuals in your mind’s eye as you do the sleep appreciation meditation.
Feel the gratitude growing and becoming brighter and brighter with each beat of your heart as you do the sharing gratitude 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.
How does it feel to be grateful? Throughout our busy lives, we often lose the chance to find stillness. Do this making room for gratitude meditation.
We often take the heart for granted without noticing all of the work it does for us. Connect with your heart, do the heart-centered gratitude meditation.
Say “Thank you” to all the people, to all that is around you and part of you. Find and discover that in gratitude, you care about so much more.
Do you think you feel empty and forgotten to appreciate things in your life? You can always come to this special place in your heart and fill your cup.
Has gratitude been unrecognized or forgotten? Your experience with gratitude can help to recognize where it has been present and unrecognized.
Be mindful of the events that happen in your life. To keep the important experiences which make you happy well remembered, end the day with gratitude.
Marcia Rose gives an exercise: introduction to seeing drawing as a form of meditative activity. “When we start to draw we begin to see.”
David Gandelman a meditation expert and an exceptional guide bring you Grounded Silence meditation audio to help you experience mental calmness.
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.
Sean Fargo leads a guided meditation to increase Loving Kindness. This meditation expresses the kind wishes from the heart, which amplifies to all you know.
Sean Fargo leads the Opening to Gratitude meditation. This meditation teaches to appreciate the gifts, to be thankful while thinking of people close to us.
Mark Coleman leads the guided mindfulness of breathing, explaining the posture and parameters of the meditation, being relaxed and alert at the same time.
Mark Coleman leads a meditation- Working with your Inner Critic. It’s unusual because in this meditation he allows inviting a little judgment.
Sharon Salzberg leads a guided meditation- Mindful Walking. Before you begin a meditation, find a long room or a quiet park trail where you can listen.
This is a soften, soothe and allow meditation- Working with Emotions in your Body by Kristin Neff. Choose a difficult circumstance. What’s troubling you?
Tara Brach leads a 15-minute guided meditation. This meditation is good in increasing mindful awareness and beneficial for sleep.
Oren Sofer leads a guided meditation of Gratitude. The secret of gratitude is that it can be cultivated and strengthened as a source of well being and inner happiness.
Joseph Goldstein gives his guidance to Morning Reflection. Let go of the past, let go of the future and let go of the present. 3 instructions to come to deepest realization.
Joseph Goldstein talks about Mindfulness of Knowing. To gain mindfulness of knowing,1st is becoming mindful of the breath in the normal sea of the mind.
Joseph Goldstein talks about Mood & Emotions. Moods are very different from emotions. Emotions are something that arises from experiences and is stronger.
Joseph Goldstein talks about Metta – Not Clinging. When the mind is not clinging, it’s not agitated, and eventually, it attains Nirvana.
Joseph Goldstein leads a guided Meditation- Meditation Instructions. Notice the breath. Know the breath. Feel it, being relaxed, and simply be aware.
Joseph Goldstein leads a guided meditation about How to Deal with Afflictive Emotions. Anger, sadness, grief, and anxiety set aside and let the healing start.
Tara Brach leads a guided meditation about Coming Back. In the coming back, the key piece is the quality or attitude that is attending. In mindfulness, this is something that resonates.
Tara Brach talks about Working with Trauma. Loving-kindness creates a space for you. Bring to mind the people that love and support you.
Tara Brach holds a Q&A session on the topic of Compassion. Let the heart soften and open, bring mindfulness attention to untangle the tangle.
Gil Fronsdal talks about How To Build Confidence. Confidence is a personal quality and how we relate, to show up, to be present and be honest and expressive.
Gil Fronsdal talks about Being and Trusting in the Body. If you find yourself trying to solve your life and the only thing you use are thoughts, watch out!
Matthew Brensilver talks about Limits of Technique. So much of Dharma is improvisation. Techniques are there to facilitate understanding, but sometimes, the focus on the technique is a hindrance.
Matthew Brensilver talks about Failing Well. It’s about perfectionism, failure, and loving-kindness. In practice, failing is indispensable and important.
Sean Fargo leads a guided meditation on Loving Kindness. Metta or loving-kindness is the movement of love and sense of care towards others.
Learn how to bring up kindness toward yourself & use the power of mindfulness to investigate how you feel in Compassion and Investigation by Oren J. Sofer.
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