So much emphasis is placed upon remembering. Memory courses, memory palaces, mnemonics we are always trying to remember something. We are always busting our own chops trying to remember all of the things we need to get by in life. Wouldn't it be nice to give yourself the permission to forget? In this meditation the directions are simple: You sit and forget.
Guided Meditation Progressive Relaxation If you need to relax, or if you want feel your entire body relaxing, this is the guided meditation for you. Talk about an oldie. There […]
This is a short guided meditation called Mechanics of Breath.
The one thing that is with us every moment we are alive is our Mind. Whether it is conscious or unconscious we have thoughts and programs always running while we are awake and while we are sleeping. We are aware of some and unaware of most of those thoughts, though we do have the ability to watch how we are thinking.
A meditation from the Buddist Mindfulness of Breath cannon, judging breath, is a great mindfulness activity. This engages the ever-present discriminating Mind with a simple exercise of judging your breath.
From our Buddhist friends here is another recipe for a Meditation you can play for years and years.
This is an old meditative technique. It is relaxing and helps to bridge the gap from your meditative sessions so that you can bring your seated meditative techniques out into the world of your normal waking states.
I am Calm… I am Relaxed…. Meditation Learning to relax is an amazing skill to cultivate. Study after study shows if you have the ability to relax then you can […]
Starting on Tueday mornings on March 3rd from 6:30 am -7:20 am I will be teaching a seated meditation and mindfulness class at Practice Works. We will be doing several […]
At first glance it may feel like throwing a thimble full of water on a forest fire. But listen, A habit of connecting with your deepest well of healing, many times throughout the day yields great intensity over time. Doing a 30 second Qigong routine 5-10 or more times a day will increase you resiliency, increase your patience
This Meditation should be a staple in your meditation routine. It helps to build the muscle of attention and it clarifies your thinking.
Finding Your Meditative seat is the practice and application of seated meditation. Though the Mudra, or hand posture, can change this is the basic recipe for getting into a seated meditation routine. Holding the posture and keeping a light tension across the posture mirrors itself in how you should be holding your mind and the activity of the meditation.