mindfulness meditation practices
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Take a journey beside a stream in the woods with friends. A nice reminder that you are never alone.
Start your day focused and relaxed.
Meditation For Healing
This chant offers healing for yourself and others. The
words are in Sanskrit "Ra Ma Da Sa So Say Hung".
When you repeat them, visualize yourself or
someone who needs these healing words.
River of Peace, a soothing song meditation
Listen with a slow, optimum breathing pattern of an
inhale to 5 counts and an exhale to 5 counts.
Inspired by Tara Brach, this meditation calms and refreshes with the simple act of smiling!
Body Scan for Sleep
Getting enough sleep is essential to well being. Get cozy and enjoy a twelve minute scan that will gradually relax the body and prepare you for a good night's sleep.
Let It Flow!
A seated, guided moving meditation to loosen the muscles and increase your flow of energy.
A Guided Calming Meditation
Using your fives senses and guided visualization, travel to a place of calm and create peace in your body and spirit.
Fine the words you need to hear.
Take some time to rest your body and spirit.
Meditation to Honor the Wisdom of Teachers
This chant - "Ong Namo Guru Dev Namo" means I honor those who have walked before me and passed on their wisdom.
Meditation for Directing Focus
This meditation uses visualization to release thoughts and create a peaceful moment.
Allow some time to relax, let go and feel at peace. Experience a calm, progressive relaxation.
Meditation for Sleep and Rest
This meditation can be used to help you fall asleep or to take a ten-minute rest. Relax and enjoy!
Points of Awareness Meditation
In this meditation, we reference points of contact such as feet stepping on the ground to create awareness throughout the day.
Meditation - "In Beauty May You Walk"
In this meditation, we use an image of beauty as a focal point. This practice helps us to remember even in fierce times, there is also beauty.