Guided meditations to center yourself
Meditating on Obstacles
Meditate on potential obstacles, so you can notice when they are arising more quickly.
Grounding thru Movement
Practice bringing yourself to the present moment through slight movements.
Resourcing yourself by contemplating on your inner goodness.
Meditating on what is important in life.
Focusing on the feelings invoked by the breath.
Watching Your Thoughts
Watching the thoughts that arrive in your mind and labeling them.
Practice being more skillful during difficult conversations.
Practice being aware of what your senses take in, and how you impute meaning.
Mindful of What Is
Practice being mindful of what is happening in the present moment.
Seeing the Abundance
Gratitude meditation to train our brain to see the abundance in our lives.
Watching Your Senses
In the meditation we will practice paying attention to what we take in through our senses and how it impacts our body, mind and feelings.
Coming into the Here and the Now
Grounding yourself in the present moment.
Sitting with Difficulties
Practice being with difficult thoughts, feelings or sensations.
Being in the Present Moment
In this meditation you will practice being with whatever you are experiencing in the present moment.
Giving Loving Kindness to Ourselves
In this meditation, you will use those who love you to see the good in yourself, so you can wish yourself well.
In this loving kindness meditation, we will experiment with different phrases for different groups of people so you can see what resonates best with you.
Rumination to Investigation
Learn to move from rumination to investigation.
Your Inner Critic’s Verdict
Your inner critic defines your verdict. What are you telling yourself before you wake up?
Being with What Is
Learn to accept reality as it is to reduce unpleasantness and increase happiness.
Practicing with Anchors
Try out different anchors for your attention to see which work best for you
In this meditation you will focus on releasing the tension in your body so you can be in the present moment.
In this meditation you will practice shifting the focus of your attention.
Happiness is a skill you can cultivate. Incline your brain towards happiness with this practice.
RAIN is a mindfulness tool we use to Recognize, Allow, Investigate, and Non-personalize our negative emotions.
Become aware of what you are thinking and feeling. Bring your body and mind together in the present moment.
Coming Into Presence
In this meditation you will practice coming back to the present moment, aware of your body, your breath, your thoughts and your feelings.
With dignity and stability, we will send loving kindness to every part of us.
Notice what is happening in the present moment.
Three methods of breathing to calm your stress.
Body Scan: Shifting Attention
In this meditation we will shift our attention from one body part to another. Training our brains to change the channel.
Four Special Qualities Meditation
Loving Kindness, Joy, Compassion and Equanimity; these four qualities are the great removers of tension, the great peace-makers in social conflict, and the great healers of wounds suffered in everyday life. In this meditation we will practice developing these qualities.
Beginning Loving Kindness
This beginning loving kindness meditation you will wish yourself and a loved one well.
Self compassion is being a good friend to ourselves. As we do the self-compassion meditation, we will choose a sensation of discomfort in the body or a small irritation as the focus of our meditation. We want to poke a little hole instead of opening a door.
In this meditation we will reflect on our desire for happiness and freedom from suffering, both for yourself and for others. While at the same time considering the necessity of balancing our desire to make positive change in the world with the reality that we cannot control the actions of others.
We will open each door to looking at our thoughts in these four categories: things we are grateful for, things we take for granted,people and experiences. We are training our brain to become aware of our thoughts.