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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Inspire gratitude by helping the body connect in unity with the mind. Offer thanks to your unique body as you do the body appreciation meditation.
Begin to take notice and appreciate the little things around you. Even these little things offer us a chance to live in the present moment.
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.
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.
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 and awareness.
This 3-minute meditation will guide you through a process of becoming mindful of sounds. Something that you can do anywhere and anytime.
Gentle Mindful Yoga begins with the centering, followed by a series of postures and movements, and concludes with a relaxation and a 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.
Guy Armstrong leads a big mind guided meditation. Good for calmness and relaxation, enforcing mindfulness and liberating consciousness.
I suggest to low down the volume of this audible in order to gain the best experience of meditation as Anam Thubten brings you the magic of awareness.
Anam Thubten leads a guided meditation for embracing each moment. I will abide with a mind imbued with gladness, abundant, exalted, immeasurable.
Anam Thubten leads a meditation: 9 breathing exercises to release dead energies. Dead energies are frozen energies such as staled emotions, stuck thoughts.
Anam Thubten leads the guided heart meditation, to remind the memories of the heart, compassion, and loving-kindness, and awaken the heart.
James Baraz leads us to understand the Metta for the difficult. When our realities don’t match with other’s, this causes hatred and confusion.
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.
Phillip Moffitt leads a meditation to appreciate the body and connecting with the earth element: it’s textures, weight, & firmness.
Phillip Moffitt leads a meditation to attention mindfulness awareness, to be mindfully aware of the occurring, to know the occurrence of the present.
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.
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.
David Gandelman leads a deep relaxation meditation for sleep. David Gandelman is the founder of Grounded Mind, host of the Energy Matters Podcast and teaches meditation at Cornell University.
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.
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 calm by doing this whole body breathing meditation. Close your eyes, feel the weight of your body, sit upright and relaxed.
This walking meditation by Sean Fargo is suitable to bring along while walking to a park or somewhere where there’s no or fewer people and noise.
With just 2 minutes of mindfulness breathing meditation, you can recenter and recharge for the rest of your day. Check out this free guided mindful breathing by Sean Fargo.
Mindfulness meditation can be as simple as taking 3 deep, mindful breaths. In this free mindfulness exercise, Sean Fargo teaches us how to breathe mindfully.
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.
Sean Fargo invites us to do open awareness meditation practice. This meditation is suitable for beginners, as it teaches the basics of open awareness.
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.
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 to increase Loving Kindness. This meditation expresses the kind wishes from the heart, which amplifies to all you know.
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 the Opening to Gratitude meditation. This meditation teaches to appreciate the gifts, to be thankful while thinking of people close to us.
Sean Fargo leads a guided meditation focused attention and concentration. This meditation is useful to increase focus and mindfulness.
Sean Fargo leads a guided meditation that alternates between focused attention and open awareness. Direct the attention back to the breath then expand awareness.
Sean Fargo leads a walking meditation with compassion as the theme. Find a place to walk that is safe to listen to this instruction.
Body scan is a guided meditation by Sean Fargo that helps to promote calmness. This offers an opportunity to release awareness with your body.
Sean Fargo leads a guided meditation Tranquil Body Scan. This improves calmness and awareness with your body. It also energizes your body in the process.
Matthew Brensilver leads a guided meditation about Metta in the Post Obama Era. “Aspire to be safe for others.” centering on this statement and striving to be free from suffering.
This is an introductory Guided Meditation by Jack Kornfield. As he explains, he welcomes the newcomers to Spirit Rock and orients about the schedules and practices.
Joseph Goldstein talks about “Mudita” as the life in the happiness of others; building joy if you will. To be delighted in the happiness of others and continue to increase it.
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 on Renunciation. It’s a form of deprivation, like letting go of indifference to ourselves, to our pain, to our body.
Mark Coleman leads a meditation- Working with your Inner Critic. It’s unusual because in this meditation he allows inviting a little judgment.
Wes Nisker leads a heartfulness meditation. To arouse compassion and love to the world we inhabit, to imagine the earth from space and hold it’s beauty.
Sharon Salzberg leads a guided loving-kindness meditation. She urges to feel loving, care and acceptance of self. To grasp happiness within, not too tight and not too negligent.
Kevin Griffin leads a guided meditation- Understanding Feelings. Kevin urges to be kind to yourself, to lose judgment and understand like it’s a training.
Kevin Griffin leads a guided meditation- Mindful Recovery (Dharma & Recovery). To increase mindfulness and becoming more aware.
Equanimity is that quality of mind of impartiality. Joseph Goldstein leads a guided meditation about equanimity, which is mental calmness and composure.
This meditation starts with orientation after which Joseph Goldstein leads a guided meditation about mindfulness, Dharma & the practice.
Joseph Goldstein leads a guided Metta meditation. Metta is loving-kindness, is a general feeling of friendliness or goodwill towards others.
Ajahn Sumedho leads a tranquil guided meditation about Samadhi which is an intense concentration that increases awareness and mindfulness and heightens the state of mind.
Gil Fronsdal leads a guided meditation on Emptiness. To experience calmness and stillness, and letting go of everything what you know is existing around.
Jack Kornfield leads a guided meditation on emotions. Allow yourself to rest into the space of loving-awareness to acknowledge your strong emotions.
Jack Kornfield leads Peaceful Meditation to those mostly beginning in the practice of meditation. He teaches to feel the breath as it rises and fall.
Joseph Goldstein leads a guided meditation on Metta. Metta is the feeling of kindliness, loving-kindness, and heartfelt. Of friendliness and goodwill.
Gil Fronsdal leads a guided meditation on Emptying the Mind. He explains the power of here. Here is the present. Here is awareness. Here is stillness.
Jack Kornfield leads a guided meditation with sound. He uses bells in this meditation to appreciate appearing and disappearing.
Jack Kornfield leads Serenity: A Guided Meditation. First, orienting the participants on spirt rock’s programs. This meditation is best for beginners.
Tara Brach leads a guided meditation Having a Sky-like Mind. Sounds disappear and appear in the open space of awareness. Sense the mind is open as the sky.
Tara Brach leads a guided meditation Getting Lost and Coming Back. In the stillness, feel your body breathing and bring your attention to the heart.
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.
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.
Mark Coleman leads a guided meditation- Lake Metta Meditation. Visualize a vast lake, turquoise, infused with qualities of Metta, of love.
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)
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?
Kristin Neff leads a guided meditation Noting Your Emotions. It’s a practice of noting whatever arises in the experience. First, get into a position where you can be relaxed and alert.
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