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Guided Meditation for Stress Relief

Guided Meditation for Stress Relief
Mindful Presence
Guided Stress Meditation

Stress is an inevitable part of life, but it is your reaction to stress that creates suffering.  Stress affects everyone differently and your perception to stress may be different than others.  With consistent meditation practice you can change how you respond to stress creating healthier ways of being with yourself and with others.

When the mind wanders we simply bring it back to the breath. This allows us to create a non-reactive, non-judgmental awareness to our experiences leading to a more balanced way of being. This track provides a 10 minute guided meditation to help alleviate stress.  We recommend taking a comfortable seated position with your feet on the floor prior to starting.

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Beginners Guided Sitting Meditation

Beginners Guided Sitting Meditation

Sitting Meditation is the practice of paying attention to a single point of reference like our breath. Meditation is not about stopping thoughts, rather it is noticing thoughts when they arise and our reaction to them. We simply attend to how the breath is flowing training the mind to be focused on one thing, at one time…the breath.

When the mind wanders we simply bring it back to the breath. This allows us to create a non-reactive, non-judgmental awareness to our experiences leading to a more balanced way of being. This track provides a 15 minute guided sitting meditation for beginners who want to learn how to meditate.  We recommend taking a comfortable seated position with your feet on the floor prior to starting.

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Guided Body Scan Meditation

Guided Body Scan Meditation

Develop mindful awareness of sensations within the body (such as tingling, tightness, heat or coolness, buzzing , pulsing, or numbness) without having to hold on to it in this 15 minutes complimentary guided Body Scan Meditation.

Mindful Presence’s guided body scan meditation is appropriate for  those who are new or experienced with meditation, and is designed to reduce stress, anxiety and tension in the body.  We recommend taking a comfortable seat on the floor or lying down before playing the meditation.

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Mindfulness Meditation Exercise: Fear

Welcome – In today’s practice, lets begin to explore emotions.  There is a common saying in meditation that what you resist persists – but awareness assumes acceptance. If you resist emotions they will become stronger.   Acceptance inspires freedom from strong emotions and the thoughts around them.  Let’s cultivate the quality of acceptance in our practice today as we look at how…

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Mindfulness Meditation Exercise: Sadness

In today’s practice, we will continue to work with emotions, specifically sadness. Let’s begin… Allow sadness to flow through you without judging, commenting, or interpreting your thoughts. Investigate where do you feel sadness in the body? What does it feel like? Notice sensations of heaviness, loneliness, grief, uncomfortableness, vulnerability.   Honoring sadness.  Feel what is there and turn towards it, gently…

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Mindfulness Meditation Exercise for Attachment

For today’s mindfulness meditation practice let’s see if you can cultivate not begin attached to any particular outcome in your practice.  Hold your entire experience in the light of awareness.  When the mind is clear we can “see” everything more easily. Let’s begin… Bring your attention to how you are feeling today.  You may notice restlessness or distraction as you…

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