Meditation is the act of improving our brain’s software programming through applied mental training. Listen to this 5-minute meditation from FitMind.
Gratitude is not in the words but in the heart, which expresses it. What meaning do you draw from these words? How does the heart express gratitude?
Open to the sense of gratitude and gladness. Explore what these experiences are like and how it has the power to lift up your mood and your spirit.
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.
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.
Breathing space meditation is always being taught in mindfulness. Why do we need to return to breathing when we need space? Being aware of breathing brings a lot into focus, like a sense of acceptance
This three minute mindfulness of sounds meditation will guide you through a process of becoming mindful of sounds. You can do this anywhere and anytime.
Available for download, audible media of 5-minute meditation with just bells. Good for worry-free meditation for 5 minutes.
Phillip Moffitt tells a story about fortune: good or bad and leads us to a liberating paradox of mindfulness. How believing the old paradox misleads us.
Kate Munding reminds the importance of stillness in the practice of mindfulness and improves concentration especially in the world where there is a lack of it.
Sean Fargo leads a meditation to relieve stress. Instructing the body and mind to mindfulness, relaxing and feeling without judgment.
Sean Fargo teaches meditation beginners to practice simply stopping. Breathing in and out, to be simply still and present at the moment.
Improve your calm by doing this whole body breathing meditation. Close your eyes, feel the weight of your body, sit upright and relaxed.
Sean Fargo invites us to do open awareness meditation practice. This meditation is suitable for beginners, as it teaches the basics of open awareness.
Great for beginners, this 1 complete cycle of breath guided meditation by Sean Fargo teaches to find the posture which is both relaxed and alert at the same time.
Sean Fargo leads a guided meditation that alternates between focused attention & open awareness. Direct the attention back to the breath then expand awareness.
Body scan is a guided meditation by Sean Fargo that helps to promote calmness. This offers an opportunity to release awareness with your body.
Jack Kornfield leads Serenity: A Guided Meditation. First, orienting the participants on spirt rock’s programs. This meditation is best for beginners.
Sharon Salzberg leads a short meditation on Mindful Eating. Having tea can be a time for meditation. First observe the cup, then the tea. and the smell.
In this self-compassion break exercise, Kristin Neff teaches us how to take a moment to offer ourselves compassion in the middle of a hectic day. Our tendency (when it comes to our mindfulness practice)
With this guided 4-minute meditation by Tara Brach, you can begin incorporating mindfulness into your life right here and now. Practicing mindfulness doesn’t need to be time-consuming.
Fitting meditation into your day doesn’t have to be a challenge. Try this free 1-minute mindfulness meditation by Tara Brach, here at Mindfulness Exercises.
Joseph Goldstein holds a Q&A session about the 5 hindrances. The 5 hindrances are sensory desire, ill will, sloth, restlessness, and doubt.
Gil Fronsdal talks about In the Flow. A river flows continuously as does our life, thoughts, impressions, and breath. Being in the present moment is to flow.
Gil Fronsdal talks about Relaxing the Eyes. One of the important aspects of meditation is to have a relaxed mind. Sometimes the eyes have tension while trying to focus.
One of the important qualities of Mindfulness Practice that supports us tremendously is that of Patience. Gil Fronsdal talks about Patience.
Gil Fronsdal talks about How To Be Amazed, Wow! There just so many things to be amazed in nature. The cosmos, the mind, consciousness, events.
Gil Fronsdal talks about Mindfulness as Strength. Being careful and paying attention to what’s happening in the present. Otherwise, there’s confusion and judgment.
Gil Fronsdal is a world-renowned Buddhist teacher and scholar. In this free mindfulness talk, he discusses the importance of Gratitude.
Gil Fronsdal talks about Contentment. There’s absolutely a lot of things in life to be content with. In mindfulness, contentment leads to a mind in peace.
Gil Fronsdal talks about It’s OK. In saying OK, you can release the self from a lot of traps. To untangle the entanglements, and make a stance without judgment.
Matthew Brensilver talks about Vision. Seeing is feeling. Visual feeling is one part of mindfulness that can be very useful, as during walking meditations.
Matthew Brensilver talks about Sincerity which is the lifeblood of mindfulness practice. All of its beauty arises within sincerity.
Matthew Brensilver talks about Ripples of Happiness. Practicing in the spirit of generosity and compassion deeply benefits not just others but ourselves as well.
Sean Fargo leads a one-minute guided meditation. This practice is good for a quick morning meditation to relieve you of anxiety and promote calm.
Sean Fargo leads a guided meditation about Gratitude. The feeling of deep appreciation and gratitude promotes mindful awareness and goodwill to others.
Sean Fargo leads a guided meditation about Focused Attention. When the attention wanders, just come back to the breathing. It gives you a sense of clarity.
Sean Fargo leads a guided meditation on How to Increase Optimism. Envision yourself feeling healthy. Envision yourself to have forgiven others.
Sean Fargo leads a guided meditation about Gratitude and Gladness. Most of the time, these two form a sweet blend. Let’s explore them together here.
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