This Good Morning Meditation Will Tee You Up for an Amazing Day
Follow along as this guided meditation helps you start your day on all the right notes.
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Follow along as this guided meditation helps you start your day on all the right notes.
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This short practice will teach you how to use the breath to create space in your day.
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Adulting is hard, but so is kid-ing. In fact, kids are more stressed than ever. Meditation can give them perspective on their thoughts and feelings the same way it does for us. Try this practice from yoga teacher and author Susan Verde with your child.
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Try this simple meditation with Nadia Narain of London's TriYoga to focus on the breath and settle the mind.
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A meditation practice on how to find happiness, even in your darkest hour.
Once you know how to breathe mindfully, you can use the practice to help you through challenging times.
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Even your negative thoughts want you to find inner peace. Practice welcoming opposite thoughts in meditation.
Meditate on your feelings to get calm, grounded, and healthy.
Meditation is a procedure of cleansing the mind and taking out the garbage in the subconscious. These three Kundalini practices passed down by Yogi Bhajan will help you release conscious and subconscious fears that cause stress, worry, and anxiety.
Spiritual teacher Eiman Al Zaabi shares how the practice of inquiry can both calm the mind and help you find meaning.
Practice moving your attention into your chest and heart space, where you receive and give love.
Meditating on your breathing can help you feel calm, grounded, and connected.
Enjoy robust breathing, a free mind, and a bird’s-eye view with a light heart.
This sequence will free up space for energy to flow, helping your organs function optimally for greater mental clarity and endurance.
Feel the relationship between your core and steadiness in preparation for meditation.
Meditate on physical sensations, known as bodysensing, in order to feel calm, grounded, and healthy.
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Use this simple meditation to encourage your mind to rest and enable your body to recharge so it can come back strong.
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Richard Miller explains how meditating on what it means to just be can help you feel healthy and whole. Try his practice.
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In this guided meditation from Sonima, find balance and light through breath awareness that will uplift your practice of parenting.
If you can't set aside dedicated time to meditate, this practice from Sonima will help guide you to higher awareness wherever you are.
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Tiffany Cruikshank shares a meditation to help you become more conscious of the patterns in your mind so you can begin to rewire the soundtrack and guide yourself to a healthier mind and body.
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This practice helps dissolve the urge to react, so you can use your frustrations and irritations as productive learning tools.
This simple practice from Sonima.com will introduce you to fundamental meditation techniques such as observing the breathing and self-regulation.
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Feeling small and limited? Gabrielle's three-minute meditation will help you blast through limitations and magnify your energetic vibrations.
Take some time alone with your thoughts and try this guided meditation from Sonima.com to help you lay the foundation for renewal.
Like it or not, you can't avoid people or parts of yourself that seriously frustrate you. The key to peace? Feeling even more connected to them through this meditation.
In this short video Deepak Chopra, M.D., guides you to step back and focus inward in order to establish four intentions for your day.
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A practice that combines energizing and calming principles (brahmana and langhana) has a balancing, or samana, effect to quiet that monkey mind.
Sitting for meditation at the end of a hectic day can feel difficult. This sequence can help you shift gears and transition smoothly into calm.
Keeping your eyes open if your body is listless, your mind dull, or your heart heavy can be a challenge. This 5-pose flow will help awaken your energy for meditation.
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Try this profoundly spiritual kundalini meditation video to cultivate patience, wisdom, and renewal of life.
Water can enhance the power of a meditation—reverberating a mantra’s sound, calming the mind, and encouraging a feeling of nonattachment and weightlessness.
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Waiting for a phone call, in line at the grocery store, or for your kids to get out of school? Try this meditation during those in-between moments and feel alive.
Sharon Salzberg writes that by practicing kindness with others and yourself, over and over again, and this is who you become, this is what feels most natural. Start now.
Follow along in the video below to learn how to process your feelings and find peace in the present moment.
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Without breath, the prana we cultivate through yoga practice would have no real avenue for circulation; the breath is everything. Try this easy breathing meditation to foster a more effective practice.
Gain insight into the way you can use your reactions to sound to understand yourself better and settle deeply into the present moment.
If you've struggled with meditation but buy into the benefits, it's time to try yoga nidra. This systematic relaxation brings ease to the very deepest layers of our being.
Deepak Chopra empowers children to find positive ways in which they would like to change the world through mindfulness exercises.