Guided Meditation 1: Stillness Meditation
Yoga Like Water Does Meditation
If you have decided that you would like to try meditation or are still getting to grips with it then this is a simple way to take your first steps. Dan guides you through some easy techniques including using the breath, the body and the senses to develop focus and a calmer, less scattered mind.
What on Earth is Meditation all About?
Most of us plunge into 'meditation' without even asking the fundamental questions; WHAT actually is it and WHY on earth might they want to do it. Others are scared of even trying because they don't understand WHAT or WHY and yet more give up too soon because they think that they are rubbish at it, probably through misunderstanding the 'WHAT'!! In this lighthearted chat, Dan asks the questions WHAT is meditation? WHY on earth would we want to spend time practising it? And if we decide that its for us then HOW might we go about starting.
Wanting Things Too Much: Mindfulness Meditation
This short mindfulness meditation will teach you how to transform attachments, both negative and positive, into something more healthy. Perfect for a way of looking at relationships, or your relationship with anything you feel a clingyness to, you'll learn how to observe and relax with your attachment. Instead of either clinging to the positive or negative attachments, you'll be able to mindfully feel a lightness on your attachment, a technique to take into your daily life.
Wanting Things Too Much: The Theory
Transforming Anger: Mindfulness Meditation
Mindful Moment 1: The Body
Any time you need to calm and nourish yourself, try these 5 types of breathing that lead to Embryonic Respiration, and then finish with a simple, gentle yet potent practice called Inner Nourishment. In China, this practice has been done since the Ming Dynasty. Believed to strengthen all internal organs, it has strong affect on digestion and respiration, menstruation, fatigue and heart disease.
Qigong Meditations For Health & Vitality
Mimi offers two qigong visualisation meditations in this practice. The first is called microcosmic orbit. Microcosmic orbit works with major channels of the body, the yin meridian (ren mai) and yang meridian (du mai) on the front and back channels of the body respectively. Known as the conception and governing channels. These meridians help regulate the flow of qi to the other 12 meridians and organs of the body. Circulating good flow of energy in the main rivers means tributaries can receive the flow more effortlessly. The second is called an organ-gemstone meditation. This meditation is one to do any time you feel like you are about to get sick; 90% of the time, it will prevent a cold or sore throat from coming on.
Quick Fix To Calm
Have this in your yoga toolkit - its super effective at changing your mindset and bringing you calm in a matter of minutes. Practice this every day if you can. You can do this practice either lying down, it's great before bed - or on a chair if you're needing to melt away tension at work.
Meditation On Breathing
A short and gentle introduction to meditation. Ideal for after a yoga class, this is a simple meditaion on breathing. You'll find that when you start to focus mindfully on your breath, you gain focus, clarity and insight and you may even find that life is less stressful. One to incorporate as a daily practice!
10 Min Meditation Break: Sensory Awareness