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What the World Needs

      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.

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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.

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      Making Room for Gratitude – 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.

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        Filling Your Cup – Meditation

            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.

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          Ending the Day with Gratitude

              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.

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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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              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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                Being Present for Whatever Arises

                  Phillip Moffitt leads a meditation to be present for whatever arises or is occurring. To live in the current moment and be present without judgment.

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                  Whole Body Breathing

                    Improve your calm by doing this whole body breathing meditation. Close your eyes, feel the weight of your body, sit upright and relaxed.

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                    One Complete Cycle of Breath

                      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.

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                      Mindfulness Of Breathing

                        Mark Coleman leads the guided mindfulness of breathing, explaining the posture and parameters of the meditation, being relaxed and alert at the same time.

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                        Developing Meditation Techniques

                          Ajahn Sumedho talks about developing meditation techniques. Keep concentrating on the breath and stop the wandering mind and bring about tranquility.

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                          Affectionate Breathing

                            In this guided meditation, Kristin Neff walks us through the practice of affectionate breathing as a means of developing compassion for ourselves. Self-compassion is an incredibly important part of living

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                            Letting Go of Judgment

                              Tara Brach leads a guided meditation on Letting Go of Judgment. Letting the senses be awake and simply relaxing, letting go of judgment with each breath.

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                              Free-Floating in Discomfort

                                Ines Freedman leads a guided meditation on Free-Floating in Discomfort. This meditation alleviates the discomfort of pain and increases calm.

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                                Relaxing Your Breathing (Binaural Beat)

                                  Binaural Beat for Relaxing Your Breathing. Binaural beats are auditory illusion perceived by the brain when two different tones are played into each ear.

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