2018 Past Mindfulness Practice Programmes
Below are links to the online audio and downloads for all recent weekly mindfulness practice meditations 'Free of Charge - Open to All'.
Practising Mindfulness / Presence together may be the kindest action we can take for our own growth and that of humanity
because we are all connected, as we change individually we assist in making shifts in the collective.
Together, practice strengthens our awareness, 
focus, intuition and importantly our peace of mind. 
Connecting with our deep wellbeing empowers us to take action for a happier and more caring world.

Mindfulness Meditation - Thursday 17 May 2018

Mindful Living Week
OM Chant
 
OM is the symbol of the universal heartbeat; it is not a word. And as you come closer and closer to the universal heartbeat, the by-product is a deepening silence. Shantih means silence and it is always repeated three times because, by the time you reach to the fourth, you are no more just the silence has remained. You have disappeared as an entity separate from the universe.  www.youtube.com/watch

Guided Mindfulness Meditation - Acharya Judith Simmer-Brown
A professor of Religious Studies at Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado, where she has taught since 1978. She served as Dean of the Shambhala International Teachers’ Academy for nine years and teaches internationally for Shambhala. Her teaching specialities are meditation practice, Shambhala teachings, Buddhist philosophy, tantric Buddhism, and contemplative higher education. Her book, Dakini’s Warm Breath explores the feminine principle as it reveals itself in meditation practice and everyday life for women and men. She has also edited Meditation and the Classroom: Contemplative Pedagogy for Religious Studies (SUNY 2011). She and her husband, Richard, have two adult children and three grandchildren. www.mindfullivingweek.com

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Mindfulness practice couldn't be simpler: pay attention to the breath, and when your attention wanders, return. By following these simple steps, you can get to know yourself up close and personal. The essential meditation is Silence. We are made of sound and silence.Sound is our mind; silence is our being. Sound is our trouble; silence is our liberation.All other meditations are different forms of witnessing, but witnessing is present in every kind of meditation as an essential part. Vipassana Page

The Art of Discovering The Happiness Within - Chade-Meng Tan
A Google pioneer, award-winning engineer, international bestselling author, thought leader and philanthropist whose work has received 8 nominations for the Nobel Peace Prize. He retired from Google as its Jolly Good Fellow at the age of 45. He is co-chair of One Billion Acts of Peace and chairman of the Search Inside Yourself Leadership Institute. He serves as an Adjunct Professor at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy and as an Executive Producer of the film Walk With Me. At Google, Meng led the creation of a groundbreaking mindfulness-based emotional intelligence course called Search Inside Yourself, which was featured on the front page of the Sunday Business section of the New York Times. Search Inside Yourself is also the title of Meng’s New York Times bestselling book which has been endorsed by world leaders such as President Carter of the United States, business leaders such as Eric Schmidt of Google and John Mackey of Whole Foods Markets, and spiritual leaders such as the Dalai Lama. Meng hopes Search Inside Yourself will eventually contribute to world peace in a meaningful way. www.mindfullivingweek.com

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Mindfulness practice couldn't be simpler: pay attention to the breath, and when your attention wanders, return. By following these simple steps, you can get to know yourself up close and personal. The essential meditation is Silence. We are made of sound and silence.Sound is our mind; silence is our being. Sound is our trouble; silence is our liberation.All other meditations are different forms of witnessing, but witnessing is present in every kind of meditation as an essential part. Vipassana

Pay Attention - Dr. Rick Hanson, Ph.D.
A psychologist, Senior Fellow of the Greater Good Science Center at UC Berkeley, and New York Times best-selling author. His books are available in 26 languages and include Hardwiring Happiness, Buddha’s Brain, Just One Thing, and Mother Nurture. He edits the Wise Brain Bulletin and has numerous audio programs. A summa cum laude graduate of UCLA and founder of the Wellspring Institute for Neuroscience and Contemplative Wisdom, he’s been an invited speaker at NASA, Oxford, Stanford, Harvard, and other major universities, and taught in meditation centers worldwide. His work has been featured on the BBC, CBS, and NPR, and he offers the free Just One Thing newsletter with over 120,000 subscribers, plus the online Foundations of Well-Being program in positive neuroplasticity that anyone with financial need can do for free. www.mindfullivingweek.com

Mindfulness Practice 
Mindfulness practice couldn't be simpler: pay attention to the breath, and when your attention wanders, return. By following these simple steps, you can get to know yourself up close and personal. The essential meditation is Silence. We are made of sound and silence.Sound is our mind; silence is our being. Sound is our trouble; silence is our liberation.All other meditations are different forms of witnessing, but witnessing is present in every kind of meditation as an essential part. Vipassana

Flute Concerto in G minor 'La Notte' ~ Vivaldi
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Mindfulness Meditation Practice - Thursday 10 May 2018

A Guided Mindfulness Meditation ~ Tara Brach
 
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Mindfulness practice couldn't be simpler: pay attention to the breath, and when your attention wanders, return. By following these simple steps, you can get to know yourself up close and personal. The essential meditation is Silence. We are made of sound and silence.Sound is our mind; silence is our being. Sound is our trouble; silence is our liberation.All other meditations are different forms of witnessing, but witnessing is present in every kind of meditation as an essential part. Vipassana Page

Only Breath ~ Rumi read by Colman Barks
Coleman Barks was born and raised in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and educated at the University of North Carolina and the University of California at Berkeley. He is the author of numerous Rumi translations and has been a student of Sufism since 1977. His work with Rumi was the subject of an hour-long segment in Bill Moyers's Language of Life series on PBS, and he is a featured poet and translator in Bill Moyers's poetry special, "Fooling with Words."  www.youtube.com/watch?

Mindfulness Practice
Mindfulness practice couldn't be simpler: pay attention to the breath, and when your attention wanders, return. By following these simple steps, you can get to know yourself up close and personal. The essential meditation is Silence. We are made of sound and silence.Sound is our mind; silence is our being. Sound is our trouble; silence is our liberation.All other meditations are different forms of witnessing, but witnessing is present in every kind of meditation as an essential part. Vipassana Page

The Power of Presence - Eckhart Tolle


You may have noticed what Eckhart Tolle calls “the voice in the head”—the stream of habitual thought patterns and self-talk that absorbs the majority of our attention in any given moment. “There are millions of people in this world who are tortured by their own minds,” he explains. “Yet they don’t even know that because they’re completely identified with the self-talk; they are the voice in the head. This conceptual identity or ‘little me’ is always in a state of lack and unfulfillment.” "The most important life lesson to be learned is the realization of who you are in essence, beyond the person." When we are continually lost in thoughts and concepts, we miss the immediacy and the fullness of life in the here and now—the only place we can ever experience it. In our attempts to find peace, we create more suffering for ourselves and others. That is, until we discover Presence . . . www.soundstrue.com/store/power-of-presence

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Mindfulness practice couldn't be simpler: pay attention to the breath, and when your attention wanders, return. By following these simple steps, you can get to know yourself up close and personal. The 
essential meditation is Silence. We are made of sound and silence.Sound is our mind; silence is our being. Sound is our trouble; silence is our liberation.All other meditations are different forms of witnessing, but witnessing is present in every kind of meditation as an essential part. Vipassana Page

Flute Concerto in G minor 'La Notte' ~ Vivaldi


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Mindfulness Meditation Practice - Thursday 12 May 2018

(Based on content from Thursday 12th May 2016)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eY0fxvV8cwI
A Guided Mindfulness Meditation ~ Tara Brach 

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My Burning Heart ~ Poems of Rumi ~ Madonna

In my hallucination
I saw my beloved's flower garden 
In my vertigo, in my dizziness 
In my drunken haze 

Whirling and dancing like a spinning wheel 
I saw myself as the source of existence 
I was there in the beginning 
And I was the spirit of love 
Now I am sober 
There is only the hangover    

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Mindful Schools, Compassionate Schools ~ Megan Cowan

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Bach Classical Music

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Mindfulness Meditation Practice - Thursday 26 April 2018
(Based on content from Thursday 16th April 2016)

Archbishop Desmond Tutu
A Guided Mindfulness Meditation ~ Tara Brach 

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Forgiveness ~ Archbishop Desmond Tutu
Nobel laureate Archbishop Desmond Tutu has witnessed some of the worst crimes people can inflict on others. So wherever he goes, he inevitably gets asked this question. This book is his answer. Writing with his daughter, Mpho, an Anglican priest, they lay out the simple but profound truths about the significance of forgiveness, how it works, why everyone needs to know how to grant it and receive it, and why granting forgiveness is the greatest gift we can give to ourselves when we have been wronged. They explain the four-step process of forgiveness Telling the Story, Naming the Hurt, Granting Forgiveness, and Renewing or Releasing the Relationship as well as offer meditations, exercises, and prayers to guide the reader along the way. "With each act of forgiveness, whether small or great, we move toward wholeness," they write. "Forgiveness is how we bring peace to ourselves and our world."  The Book of Forgiving: The Fourfold Path for Healing Ourselves and Our World

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The Freedom to Choose Something Different ~ Pema Chödrön

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Hallelujah ~ Snatam Kaur

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Mindfulness Meditation - Thursday 19 April 2018

Earth Day Plastic Pollution Primer

Friends of the Earth
OM Chant
 
OM is the symbol of the universal heartbeat; it is not a word. And as you come closer and closer to the universal heartbeat, the by-product is a deepening silence. Shantih means silence and it is always repeated three times because, by the time you reach to the fourth, you are no more just the silence has remained. You have disappeared as an entity separate from the universe.  www.youtube.com/watch

Kinder ~ Donna De Lory

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Great Pacific Garbage Patch - Awareness Is Not Enough - J D Russo

J D Russo, Advisory Board Member of Plastic Pollution Coalition, speaks about indifference, and the need to be personally involved in creating change. 

Mindfulness Practice
Mindfulness practice couldn't be simpler: pay attention to the breath, and when your attention wanders, return. By following these simple steps, you can get to know yourself up close and personal. The essential meditation is Silence. We are made of sound and silence.Sound is our mind; silence is our being. Sound is our trouble; silence is our liberation.All other meditations are different forms of witnessing, but witnessing is present in every kind of meditation as an essential part. Vipassana

Mindfulness in Action vs. Mindfulness Meditation ~ Kira Leskew
This video describes the difference between Mindfulness in Action and Mindfulness Meditation, and gives some of the benefits of each. Click on the link to get more free resources for Mindfulness for Business and Life.

Mindfulness Practice
Mindfulness practice couldn't be simpler: pay attention to the breath, and when your attention wanders, return. By following these simple steps, you can get to know yourself up close and personal. The essential meditation is Silence. We are made of sound and silence.Sound is our mind; silence is our being. Sound is our trouble; silence is our liberation.All other meditations are different forms of witnessing, but witnessing is present in every kind of meditation as an essential part. Vipassana

Blue Planet II Plastic Pollution Awareness 2018 ~ Sir David Attenborough
Sir David Attenborough's haunting message on plastic pollution in the oceans.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xLx4fVsYdTI...

In My Prayer Room - Moses Piano Music

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Mindfulness Meditation Practice - Thursday 12 April 2018
(First played on Thursday 8th December 2016)

Snatam Kaur
Om
The syllable "om" is first described as all-encompassing mystical entity in the Upanishads. Today, in all Hindu art and all over India and Nepal, 'om' can be seen virtually everywhere, a common sign for Hinduism and its philosophy and theology. Hindus believe that as creation began, the divine, all-encompassing consciousness took the form of the first and original vibration manifesting as sound "OM".

Guided Mindfulness Meditation on the Present Moment

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The Movie Show of Your Life ~ Eckhart Tolle

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What is the MBSR 8-Week Live Online program? ~ Saki F. Santorelli
This week we will hear from Saki F. Santorelli, EdD, MA, a professor of medicine, director of the internationally-acclaimed Stress Reduction Clinic, and executive director of the Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Health Care, and Society at the University of Massachusetts Medical School. As a faculty member in the Department of Medicine, Division of Preventive and Behavioral Medicine, he has worked with thousands of medical patients and has educated and helped mentor generations of practitioners and researchers of mindfulness and mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR), engaging in more than 30,000 clinical hours of MBSR. To address the needs of those interested in taking the MBSR 8-Week program with others, but are unable to physically attend the in-person program, the Center for Mindfulness has created an online version of the popular MBSR course which is delivered live through video conferencing. Rather than meeting in-person, participants engage with the teacher and interact with one another through their computer during class time, and for home assignments and practice. www.umassmed.edu/

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Servant of Peace ~ Snatam Kaur


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Mindfulness Meditation Practice - Thursday 5 April 2018
(Based on content from Thursday 7th April 2016)

Osho
A Guided Vipassana (Insight or Mindfulness) Meditation ~ Tara Brach 

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Man wants happiness, that's why he is miserable ~ Osho
Why has man remained in so much misery? And the miracle is that everybody wants to be happy. You cannot find a man who wants to be miserable, and yet everybody is in misery. Everybody wants to be happy, blissful, peaceful, silent, everybody wants to be in joy, everybody wants to celebrate -- but it seems impossible. Now, there must be some very deep cause, so deep that Freudian analysis could not reach it, so deep that logic cannot penetrate it.

Before we enter into the sutras, that basic thing has to be understood: Man wants happiness, that's why he is miserable. The more you want to be happy, the more miserable you will be. Now this is very absurd, but this is the root cause. And when you understand the process of how the human mind functions you will be able to realise it. Man wants to be happy, hence he creates misery. If you want to get out of misery, you will have to get out of your desire for happiness -- then nobody can make you miserable. Here is where Freud missed. He could not understand that the very desire for happiness can be the cause of misery. How does it happen? Why in the first place do you desire happiness? And what does it do to you, the desire for happiness . . . The Discipline of Transcendence - Discourses on the 42 Sutras of Buddha - Vol 3 Chapter 9  The Full Sutras

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Finding the Juice Inside Fear ~ Tara Brach
One of the world’s most beloved meditation teachers, and we think you’ll find her insights into fear incredibly useful. She’ll share how you can live without fear ruling your thoughts and decisions. Have you ever thought about how fear affects your life? It can block us from connecting with the people we love, stifle our creativity, and cloud our judgment when we need it most. So how can we get beyond our fears to live more connected, happy, and vibrant lives? Tara has a strategy for helping people escape fear’s paralyzing hold, and you can get in on it here. It’s completely free. www.youtube.com/watch

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We Sing in Celebration ~ Sarajane Williams

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Mindfulness Meditation Practice - Thursday 29 March 2018
(Based on content from Thursday 7th April 2016)

A Guided Vipassana (Insight or Mindfulness) Meditation ~ Tara Brach
 
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Mindfulness Practice
Mindfulness practice couldn't be simpler: pay attention to the breath, and when your attention wanders, return. By following these simple steps, you can get to know yourself up close and personal. The essential meditation is Silence. We are made of sound and silence.Sound is our mind; silence is our being. Sound is our trouble; silence is our liberation.All other meditations are different forms of witnessing, but witnessing is present in every kind of meditation as an essential part. Vipassana Page

Man wants happiness, that's why he is miserable ~ Osho
Why has man remained in so much misery? And the miracle is that everybody wants to be happy. You cannot find a man who wants to be miserable, and yet everybody is in misery. Everybody wants to be happy, blissful, peaceful, silent, everybody wants to be in joy, everybody wants to celebrate -- but it seems impossible. Now, there must be some very deep cause, so deep that Freudian analysis could not reach it, so deep that logic cannot penetrate it.

Before we enter into the sutras, that basic thing has to be understood: Man wants happiness, that's why he is miserable. The more you want to be happy, the more miserable you will be. Now this is very absurd, but this is the root cause. And when you understand the process of how the human mind functions you will be able to realise it. Man wants to be happy, hence he creates misery. If you want to get out of misery, you will have to get out of your desire for happiness -- then nobody can make you miserable. Here is where Freud missed. He could not understand that the very desire for happiness can be the cause of misery. How does it happen? Why in the first place do you desire happiness? And what does it do to you, the desire for happiness . . . The Discipline of Transcendence - Discourses on the 42 Sutras of Buddha - Vol 3 Chapter 9  The Full Sutras

Mindfulness Practice
Mindfulness practice couldn't be simpler: pay attention to the breath, and when your attention wanders, return. By following these simple steps, you can get to know yourself up close and personal. The essential meditation is Silence. We are made of sound and silence.Sound is our mind; silence is our being. Sound is our trouble; silence is our liberation.All other meditations are different forms of witnessing, but witnessing is present in every kind of meditation as an essential part. Vipassana Page

Finding the Juice Inside Fear ~ Tara Brach
One of the world’s most beloved meditation teachers, and we think you’ll find her insights into fear incredibly useful. She’ll share how you can live without fear ruling your thoughts and decisions. Have you ever thought about how fear affects your life? It can block us from connecting with the people we love, stifle our creativity, and cloud our judgment when we need it most. So how can we get beyond our fears to live more connected, happy, and vibrant lives? Tara has a strategy for helping people escape fear’s paralyzing hold, and you can get in on it here. It’s completely free. www.youtube.com/watch

Mindfulness Practice
Mindfulness practice couldn't be simpler: pay attention to the breath, and when your attention wanders, return. By following these simple steps, you can get to know yourself up close and personal. The essential meditation is Silence. We are made of sound and silence.Sound is our mind; silence is our being. Sound is our trouble; silence is our liberation.All other meditations are different forms of witnessing, but witnessing is present in every kind of meditation as an essential part. Vipassana Page

We Sing in Celebration ~ Sarajane Williams

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Mindfulness Meditation Practice - Thursday 22 March 2018
(Based on content from Thursday 4th May 2016)
(Preceded by our World Happiness Event)

Om Chant 
OM is the symbol of the universal heartbeat; it is not a word. And as you come closer and closer to the universal heartbeat, the by-product is a deepening silence. Shantih means silence and it is always repeated three times because, by the time you reach to the fourth, you are no more – just the silence has remained. You have disappeared as an entity separate from the universe.  www.youtube.com/watch

A Guided Mindfulness Meditation ~ Tara Brach 
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Mindfulness Practice
Mindfulness practice couldn't be simpler: pay attention to the breath, and when your attention wanders, return. By following these simple steps, you can get to know yourself up close and personal. The essential meditation is Silence. We are made of sound and silence.Sound is our mind; silence is our being. Sound is our trouble; silence is our liberation.All other meditations are different forms of witnessing, but witnessing is present in every kind of meditation as an essential part. Vipassana Page

Only Breath ~ Rumi read by Colman Barks
Coleman Barks was born and raised in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and educated at the University of North Carolina and the University of California at Berkeley. He is the author of numerous Rumi translations and has been a student of Sufism since 1977. His work with Rumi was the subject of an hour-long segment in Bill Moyers's Language of Life series on PBS, and he is a featured poet and translator in Bill Moyers's poetry special, "Fooling with Words."  www.youtube.com/watch?

Mindfulness Practice
Mindfulness practice couldn't be simpler: pay attention to the breath, and when your attention wanders, return. By following these simple steps, you can get to know yourself up close and personal. The essential meditation is Silence. We are made of sound and silence.Sound is our mind; silence is our being. Sound is our trouble; silence is our liberation.All other meditations are different forms of witnessing, but witnessing is present in every kind of meditation as an essential part. Vipassana Page

A Message of Love ~ Bruce Lipton
Bruce H. Lipton, PhD is an internationally recognized leader in bridging science and spirit. Stem cell biologist, bestselling author of The Biology of Belief and recipient of the 2009 Goi Peace Award, he has been a guest speaker on hundreds of TV and radio shows, as well as keynote presenter for national and international conferences. Dr. Lipton began his scientific career as a cell biologist. He received his Ph.D. Degree from the University of Virginia at Charlottesville before joining the Department of Anatomy at the University of Wisconsin’s School of Medicine in 1973. https://www.youtube.com/watch?

Mindfulness Practice
Mindfulness practice couldn't be simpler: pay attention to the breath, and when your attention wanders, return. By following these simple steps, you can get to know yourself up close and personal. The essential meditation is Silence. We are made of sound and silence.Sound is our mind; silence is our being. Sound is our trouble; silence is our liberation.All other meditations are different forms of witnessing, but witnessing is present in every kind of meditation as an essential part. Vipassana Page

Give It All Away For Live ~ Tim Chalice
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Mindfulness Meditation Practice - Thursday 15 March 2018
(First played on Thursday 31th March 2016)

Tara Brach

Om ~ Ragani 

OM is the symbol of the universal heartbeat; it is not a word. And as you come closer and closer to the universal heartbeat, the by-product is a deepening silence. Shantih means silence and it is always repeated three times because by the time you reach to the fourth, you are no more – just the silence has remained. You have disappeared as an entity separate from the universe.  www.cdbaby.com/cd/ragani3

Mindfulness Meditation ~ Melli O'Brien


Wholeness, deep peace and joy are available to anyone who taps into the stillness and silence that dwell within them. This is designed for those who are beginners on the path to mindful living as well as those who’ve walked it for some time. It’s for those who want practical, non-dogmatic ways to come home to the here and now in this busy stressful age we live in. What I offer here are simple teachings and tips for everyday people. http://mrsmindfulness.com/

Mindfulness Practice
Mindfulness practice couldn't be simpler: pay attention to the breath, and when your attention wanders, return. By following these simple steps, you can get to know yourself up close and personal. The essential meditation is Silence. We are made of sound and silence.Sound is our mind; silence is our being. Sound is our trouble; silence is our liberation.All other meditations are different forms of witnessing, but witnessing is present in every kind of meditation as an essential part. Vipassana Page

Be Therefore Mindful ~ Osho
This sutra, from 'The Sutra of Forty-Two Chapters', has never existed in India. It never existed in Sanskrit or in Pali. This sutra exists only in Chinese. A certain Emperor Ming of the Han dynasty, AD 67, invited a few Buddhist masters to China to bring the message of Buddha there. Nobody knows the names of those Buddhist masters, but a group went to China. And the Emperor wanted a small anthology of Buddhist sayings as a first introduction to the Chinese people. Buddhist scriptures are very big, the Buddhist literature is in itself a world -- thousands of scriptures exist and they go into very great detail, because Buddha believes in logical analysis. He goes to the very root of everything. His analysis is profound and perfect, so he goes into very deep details. It was very difficult. What to translate in a totally new country where nothing like Buddha has ever existed? So these Buddhist masters composed a small anthology of forty-two chapters. The Full Sutra

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Mindfulness practice couldn't be simpler: pay attention to the breath, and when your attention wanders, return. By following these simple steps, you can get to know yourself up close and personal. The essential meditation is Silence. We are made of sound and silence.Sound is our mind; silence is our being. Sound is our trouble; silence is our liberation.All other meditations are different forms of witnessing, but witnessing is present in every kind of meditation as an essential part. Vipassana Page

Working With Fear ~ Tara Brach
This is the second talk by Tara Brach, PhD in this three-part series. One of the world’s most beloved meditation teachers and we think you’ll find her insights into fear incredibly useful. She’ll share how you can live without fear ruling your thoughts and decisions. Have you ever thought about how fear affects your life? It can block us from connecting with the people we love, stifle our creativity, and cloud our judgment when we need it most. So how can we get beyond our fears to live more connected, happy, and vibrant lives? Tara has a strategy for helping people escape fear’s paralyzing hold, and you can get in on it here. 
Beyond the Fear Body (Part 1) - Tara Brach 
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Mindfulness practice couldn't be simpler: pay attention to the breath, and when your attention wanders, return. By following these simple steps, you can get to know yourself up close and personal. The essential meditation is Silence. We are made of sound and silence.Sound is our mind; silence is our being. Sound is our trouble; silence is our liberation.All other meditations are different forms of witnessing, but witnessing is present in every kind of meditation as an essential part. Vipassana Page

Servant of Peace ~ Snatam Kaur
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Mindfulness Meditation - Thursday 8 March 2018
First played 16 March 2017

http://www.osho.com/

Om Chant 
OM is the symbol of the universal heartbeat; it is not a word. And as you come closer and closer to the universal heartbeat, the by-product is a deepening silence. Shantih means silence and it is always repeated three times because, by the time you reach to the fourth, you are no more – just the silence has remained. You have disappeared as an entity separate from the universe.  www.youtube.com/watch

Kinder ~ Donna De Lory

The Three-Minute Breathing Space Practice ~ Jon Kabat-Zinn
There are three steps to the practice:
Attend to what is. The first step invites attending broadly to one’s experience, noting it, but without the need to change what is being observed.
Focus on the breath. The second step narrows the field of attention to a single, pointed focus on the breath in the body.
Attend to the body. The third step widens attention again to include the body as a whole and any sensations that are present.www.youtube.com
Explore the origins of one of the most durable mindfulness practices 
www.mindful.org/the-three-minute-breathing-space-practice/

Mindfulness Practice
Mindfulness practice couldn't be simpler: pay attention to the breath, and when your attention wanders, return. By following these simple steps, you can get to know yourself up close and personal. The essential meditation is Silence. We are made of sound and silence. Sound is our mind; silence is our being. Sound is our trouble; silence is our liberation.All other meditations are different forms of witnessing, but witnessing is present in every kind of meditation as an essential part. Vipassana Page

TEDx The Power of Mindfulness: What You Practice Grows Stronger ~ Dr Shauna Shapiro
SHAUNA SHAPIRO, PhD, is a professor at Santa Clara University, a clinical psychologist, and an internationally recognised expert in mindfulness. Dr Shapiro is the recipient of the American Council of Learned Societies teaching award, acknowledging her outstanding contributions to education; and is a fellow of the Mind and Life Institute co-founded by the Dalai Lama. Dr Shapiro lectures and leads mindfulness programs internationally serves on the Advisory Board of Axialent a leader on Conscious Business and has brought mindfulness to pioneering companies including Cisco Systems and Google. She has published over 150 articles and book chapters and is the co-author of The Art and Science of Mindfulness and Mindful Discipline: A loving approach to raising an emotionally intelligent child.  www.youtube.com/watch

Mindfulness Practice
Mindfulness practice couldn't be simpler: pay attention to the breath, and when your attention wanders, return. By following these simple steps, you can get to know yourself up close and personal. The essential meditation is Silence. We are made of sound and silence. Sound is our mind; silence is our being. Sound is our trouble; silence is our liberation.All other meditations are different forms of witnessing, but witnessing is present in every kind of meditation as an essential part. Vipassana Page

Don't be Imitative ~ Osho
These Talks on Zen from 'The First Principle' Chapter 4 - Go with the River were given in 1977 in India "Listening to the song of the birds or the murmur of the wind passing through the trees, or the river, you can remain without language for a few seconds. And in those seconds will be the proof of what I have been saying to you. Suddenly you will see as if a great darkness has disappeared and everywhere is light. You can see as if the doors of perception have been cleansed."  www.osho.com                                           

Mindfulness Practice
Mindfulness practice couldn't be simpler: pay attention to the breath, and when your attention wanders, return. By following these simple steps, you can get to know yourself up close and personal. The essential meditation is Silence. We are made of sound and silence. Sound is our mind; silence is our being. Sound is our trouble; silence is our liberation.All other meditations are different forms of witnessing, but witnessing is present in every kind of meditation as an essential part. Vipassana Page

Spring: Concerto No. 1 in E Major, OP. 8 ~ Vivaldi
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Mindfulness Meditation - Thursday 1 March 2018
First played 2 March 2017 - Followed by Monthly - Action for Happiness Meeting

Action for Happiness - New Malden Hub

Om Chant 
OM is the symbol of the universal heartbeat; it is not a word. And as you come closer and closer to the universal heartbeat, the by-product is a deepening silence. Shantih means silence and it is always repeated three times because by the time you reach to the fourth, you are no more – just the silence has remained. You have disappeared as an entity separate from the universe.  www.youtube.com/watch

Kinder ~ Donna De Lory

The Three-Minute Breathing Space Practice ~ Jon Kabat-Zinn
There are three steps to the practice:
Attend to what is. The first step invites attending broadly to one’s experience, noting it, but without the need to change what is being observed.
Focus on the breath. The second step narrows the field of attention to a single, pointed focus on the breath in the body.
Attend to the body. The third step widens attention again to include the body as a whole and any sensations that are present.www.youtube.com
Explore the origins of one of the most durable mindfulness practices 
www.mindful.org/the-three-minute-breathing-space-practice/

Mindfulness Practice
Mindfulness practice couldn't be simpler: pay attention to the breath, and when your attention wanders, return. By following these simple steps, you can get to know yourself up close and personal. The essential meditation is Silence. We are made of sound and silence.Sound is our mind; silence is our being. Sound is our trouble; silence is our liberation.All other meditations are different forms of witnessing, but witnessing is present in every kind of meditation as an essential part. Vipassana Page

Happy ~ Derren Brown
Derren Brown has written a book on happiness, so it seems reasonable to assume he is something of an expert. He says he is happy, and judging by the bibliography, he has definitely read a lot on the subject. But I’m not sure the two of us agree on what happiness is. His book, Happy, advocates “contentment”, “tranquillity”, a “considered” life. It all feels so unexciting.“It doesn’t sound very joyful, does it?” Brown agrees. “But would you press the button for consistently joyful, which is clearly not real or a bit mad or exhausting, or would you press the button for a robust sense of calmness and balance?” I think, in that situation, I would hunt around for a third button, the one marked “frequent spontaneous bursts of ecstasy” – there is something listless about the thought of all that calmness – but Brown sees balance as “a much more helpful aim. I think it’s what we want.”   www.youtube.com/watch

Mindfulness Practice
Mindfulness practice couldn't be simpler: pay attention to the breath, and when your attention wanders, return. By following these simple steps, you can get to know yourself up close and personal. The essential meditation is Silence. We are made of sound and silence.Sound is our mind; silence is our being. Sound is our trouble; silence is our liberation.All other meditations are different forms of witnessing, but witnessing is present in every kind of meditation as an essential part. Vipassana Page

You Can Choose Peace: Part 5 ~ Adyashanti
Founded in 1996 in the San Francisco Bay area, Open Gate Sangha today reaches people around the world who are called to explore the truth of their own being through Adyashanti’s and Mukti’s teachings. Our small staff and many dedicated volunteers host talks, weekend intensives, and silent retreats, coordinate Adyashanti’s and Mukti’s travel plans and events, produce a wide range of publications, develop and maintain websites, and make audio, video, and written teachings available online. www.adyashanti.org

Mindfulness Practice
Mindfulness practice couldn't be simpler: pay attention to the breath, and when your attention wanders, return. By following these simple steps, you can get to know yourself up close and personal. The essential meditation is Silence. We are made of sound and silence.Sound is our mind; silence is our being. Sound is our trouble; silence is our liberation.All other meditations are different forms of witnessing, but witnessing is present in every kind of meditation as an essential part. Vipassana Page

Hearth Sounds: Ancient Songs from Ireland
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Mindfulness Meditation - Thursday 22 February 2018
First played 23 February 2017

Adele
Om Chant 
OM is the symbol of the universal heartbeat; it is not a word. And as you come closer and closer to the universal heartbeat, the by-product is a deepening silence. Shantih means silence and it is always repeated three times because by the time you reach to the fourth, you are no more – just the silence has remained. You have disappeared as an entity separate from the universe.  means silence and it is always repeated three times because by the time you reach to the fourth, you are no more – just the silence has remained. You have disappeared as an entity separate from the universe.  www.youtube.com/watch

Kinder ~ Donna De Lory

The Three-Minute Breathing Space Practice ~ Jon Kabat-Zinn
There are three steps to the practice:
Attend to what is. The first step invites attending broadly to one’s experience, noting it, but without the need to change what is being observed.
Focus on the breath. The second step narrows the field of attention to a single, pointed focus on the breath in the body.
Attend to the body. The third step widens attention again to include the body as a whole and any sensations that are present.www.youtube.com
Explore the origins of one of the most durable mindfulness practices 
www.mindful.org/the-three-minute-breathing-space-practice/

Mindfulness Practice
Mindfulness practice couldn't be simpler: pay attention to the breath, and when your attention wanders, return. By following these simple steps, you can get to know yourself up close and personal. The essential meditation is Silence. We are made of sound and silence.Sound is our mind; silence is our being. Sound is our trouble; silence is our liberation.All other meditations are different forms of witnessing, but witnessing is present in every kind of meditation as an essential part. Vipassana Page

Discover the Three Keys of Gratitude: Part 3 ~ Jane Ransom
Jane Ransom helps people build great relationships—with themselves, their partners and the rest of the world. As a coach and speaker, she draws on the latest brain science, while using true stories to teach and to inspire. A professional hypnotist, Jane specialises in the subconscious mind, that hard-to-pin-down part of ourselves that guides our feelings, thoughts and behaviour.  www.youtube.com/watch

Mindfulness Practice
Mindfulness practice couldn't be simpler: pay attention to the breath, and when your attention wanders, return. By following these simple steps, you can get to know yourself up close and personal. The essential meditation is Silence. We are made of sound and silence.Sound is our mind; silence is our being. Sound is our trouble; silence is our liberation.All other meditations are different forms of witnessing, but witnessing is present in every kind of meditation as an essential part. Vipassana Page

You Can Choose Peace: Part 4 ~ Adyashanti
Founded in 1996 in the San Francisco Bay area, Open Gate Sangha today reaches people around the world who are called to explore the truth of their own being through Adyashanti’s and Mukti’s teachings. Our small staff and many dedicated volunteers host talks, weekend intensives, and silent retreats, coordinate Adyashanti’s and Mukti’s travel plans and events, produce a wide range of publications, develop and maintain websites, and make audio, video, and written teachings available online. www.adyashanti.org

Mindfulness Practice
Mindfulness practice couldn't be simpler: pay attention to the breath, and when your attention wanders, return. By following these simple steps, you can get to know yourself up close and personal. The essential meditation is Silence. We are made of sound and silence.Sound is our mind; silence is our being. Sound is our trouble; silence is our liberation.All other meditations are different forms of witnessing, but witnessing is present in every kind of meditation as an essential part. Vipassana Page

Make You Feel My Love ~ Adele
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Mindfulness Meditation - Thursday 15 February 2018
First played 16 February 2017

http://spiritofmaat.com/magazine/february-2014-love-and-intention/the-secret-of-the-human-heart-a-valentines-day-meditation-for-one/
Om Chant 
OM is the symbol of the universal heartbeat; it is not a word. And as you come closer and closer to the universal heartbeat, the by-product is a deepening silence. Shantih means silence and it is always repeated three times because by the time you reach to the fourth, you are no more – just the silence has remained. You have disappeared as an entity separate from the universe.  www.youtube.com/watch

Kinder ~ Donna De Lory

The Three-Minute Breathing Space Practice ~ Jon Kabat-Zinn

There are three steps to the practice:

Attend to what is. The first step invites attending broadly to one’s experience, noting it, but without the need to change what is being observed.

Focus on the breath. The second step narrows the field of attention to a single, pointed focus on the breath in the body.

Attend to the body. The third step widens attention again to include the body as a whole and any sensations that are present. 

Explore the origins of one of the most durable mindfulness practices www.mindful.org/the-three-minute-breathing-space-practice/


Mindfulness Practice

Mindfulness practice couldn't be simpler: pay attention to the breath, and when your attention wanders, return. By following these simple steps, you can get to know yourself up close and personal. The essential meditation is Silence. We are made of sound and silence.Sound is our mind; silence is our being. Sound is our trouble; silence is our liberation.All other meditations are different forms of witnessing, but witnessing is present in every kind of meditation as an essential part. Vipassana Page


Discover the Three Keys of Gratitude: Part 2 ~ Jane Ransom

Jane Ransom helps people build great relationships—with themselves, their partners and the rest of the world. As a coach and speaker, she draws on the latest brain science, while using true stories to teach and to inspire. A professional hypnotist, Jane specialises in the subconscious mind, that hard-to-pin-down part of ourselves that guides our feelings, thoughts and behaviour.  www.youtube.com/watch

 


Mindfulness Practice

Mindfulness practice couldn't be simpler: pay attention to the breath, and when your attention wanders, return. By following these simple steps, you can get to know yourself up close and personal. The essential meditation is Silence. We are made of sound and silence.Sound is our mind; silence is our being. Sound is our trouble; silence is our liberation.All other meditations are different forms of witnessing, but witnessing is present in every kind of meditation as an essential part. Vipassana Page

 


You Can Choose Peace: Part 3 ~ Adyashanti

Founded in 1996 in the San Francisco Bay area, Open Gate Sangha today reaches people around the world who are called to explore the truth of their own being through Adyashanti’s and Mukti’s teachings. Our small staff and many dedicated volunteers host talks, weekend intensives, and silent retreats, coordinate Adyashanti’s and Mukti’s travel plans and events, produce a wide range of publications, develop and maintain websites, and make audio, video, and written teachings available online. www.adyashanti.org

 


Mindfulness Practice

Mindfulness practice couldn't be simpler: pay attention to the breath, and when your attention wanders, return. By following these simple steps, you can get to know yourself up close and personal. The essential meditation is Silence. We are made of sound and silence.Sound is our mind; silence is our being. Sound is our trouble; silence is our liberation.All other meditations are different forms of witnessing, but witnessing is present in every kind of meditation as an essential part. Vipassana Page

 


Can't Help Falling in Love ~ Elvis Presley

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Mindfulness Meditation - Thursday 8 February 2018


OM Chant 
OM is the symbol of the universal heartbeat; it is not a word. And as you come closer and closer to the universal heartbeat, the by-product is a deepening silence. Shantih means silence and it is always repeated three times because, by the time you reach to the fourth, you are no more just the silence has remained. You have disappeared as an entity separate from the universe.  www.youtube.com/watch

Kinder ~ Donna De Lory
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Mindfulness Practice
Mindfulness practice couldn't be simpler: pay attention to the breath, and when your attention wanders, return. By following these simple steps, you can get to know yourself up close and personal. The essential meditation is Silence. We are made of sound and silence.Sound is our mind; silence is our being. Sound is our trouble; silence is our liberation.All other meditations are different forms of witnessing, but witnessing is present in every kind of meditation as an essential part. Vipassana Page

Discover the Three Keys of Gratitude ~ Jane Ransom
Jane Ransom helps people build great relationships—with themselves, their partners and the rest of the world. As a coach and speaker, she draws on the latest brain science, while using true stories to teach and to inspire. A professional hypnotist, Jane specialises in the subconscious mind, that hard-to-pin-down part of ourselves that guides our feelings, thoughts and behaviour.  www.youtube.com/watch

Mindfulness Practice
Mindfulness practice couldn't be simpler: pay attention to the breath, and when your attention wanders, return. By following these simple steps, you can get to know yourself up close and personal. The essential meditation is Silence. We are made of sound and silence.Sound is our mind; silence is our being. Sound is our trouble; silence is our liberation.All other meditations are different forms of witnessing, but witnessing is present in every kind of meditation as an essential part. Vipassana

The Ultimate Cause of Suffering ~ Rupert Spira
A conversation exploring the continual appearance of suffering in spite of the recognition of our true nature. From the weekend in Amsterdam, March 2017.  http://non-duality.rupertspira.com...

In My Prayer Room - Moses Piano Music
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Mindfulness Meditation - Thursday 1 February 2018

(First played on Thursday 2 February 2017)

Followed by Monthly Meeting 

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Om Chant 

OM is the symbol of the universal heartbeat; it is not a word. And as you come closer and closer to the universal heartbeat, the by-product is a deepening silence. Shantih means silence and it is always repeated three times because by the time you reach to the fourth, you are no more – just the silence has remained. You have disappeared as an entity separate from the universe.  www.youtube.com/watch

Kinder ~ Donna De Lory

Mindfulness Practice
Mindfulness practice couldn't be simpler: pay attention to the breath, and when your attention wanders, return. By following these simple steps, you can get to know yourself up close and personal. The essential meditation is Silence. We are made of sound and silence.Sound is our mind; silence is our being. Sound is our trouble; silence is our liberation.All other meditations are different forms of witnessing, but witnessing is present in every kind of meditation as an essential part. Vipassana Page

Going to the places that scare you ~ Pema Chodron
We always have a choice, Pema Chödrön teaches: We can let the circumstances of our lives harden us and make us increasingly resentful and afraid, or we can let them soften us and make us kinder. In this talk, Pema provides the tools to deal with the problems and difficulties that life throws our way. This wisdom is always available to us, Pema teaches, but we usually block it with habitual patterns rooted in fear. Beyond that fear lies a state of open heartedness and tenderness. This talk is a guide on how to awaken our basic goodness and connect with others, to accept ourselves and others complete with faults and imperfections, and to stay in the present moment by seeing through the strategies of ego that cause us to resist life as it is. www.youtube.com/watch

Mindfulness Practice
Mindfulness practice couldn't be simpler: pay attention to the breath, and when your attention wanders, return. By following these simple steps, you can get to know yourself up close and personal. The essential meditation is Silence. We are made of sound and silence.Sound is our mind; silence is our being. Sound is our trouble; silence is our liberation.All other meditations are different forms of witnessing, but witnessing is present in every kind of meditation as an essential part. Vipassana Page

You Can Choose Peace: Part 1 ~ Adyashanti
Founded in 1996 in the San Francisco Bay area, Open Gate Sangha today reaches people around the world who are called to explore the truth of their own being through Adyashanti’s and Mukti’s teachings. Our small staff and many dedicated volunteers host talks, weekend intensives, and silent retreats, coordinate Adyashanti’s and Mukti’s travel plans and events, produce a wide range of publications, develop and maintain websites, and make audio, video, and written teachings available online. www.adyashanti.org

Compassion ~ Maneesh de Moor
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Mindfulness Meditation - Thursday 25 January 2018
First played on Thursday 26 December 2017

https://live.soundstrue.com/mindfulness-meditation-summit/
Om Chant 
OM is the symbol of the universal heartbeat; it is not a word. And as you come closer and closer to the universal heartbeat, the by-product is a deepening silence. Shantih means silence and it is always repeated three times because, by the time you reach to the fourth, you are no more – just the silence has remained. You have disappeared as an entity separate from the universe.  www.youtube.com/watch

Kinder ~ Donna De Lory

Free Guided Meditation App ~ Smiling Mind
From Smiling Mind a not-for-profit organisation that works to make mindfulness meditation accessible to all. Smiling Mind is modern meditation. This simple tool helps put a smile on your mind, anytime, anywhere and every day. smilingmind.com

Mindfulness Practice
Mindfulness practice couldn't be simpler: pay attention to the breath, and when your attention wanders, return. By following these simple steps, you can get to know yourself up close and personal. The essential meditation is Silence. We are made of sound and silence.Sound is our mind; silence is our being. Sound is our trouble; silence is our liberation.All other meditations are different forms of witnessing, but witnessing is present in every kind of meditation as an essential part. Vipassana Page

Mindfulness ~ With Jon Kabat-Zinn
Jon chats about the deeper dimensions of a mindfulness practice and the ‘self-realisation’ that unfolds as a result of the practice. He also clears up some common misconceptions about mindfulness and invites us to know for ourselves the sacredness that is inherent in the present moment. He also answers the question, ‘Is there a right way to practice?’ or ‘a right tradition?’ and gives wise advice on dealing with one of the biggest challenges in awakening. 
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Mindfulness Practice
Mindfulness practice couldn't be simpler: pay attention to the breath, and when your attention wanders, return. By following these simple steps, you can get to know yourself up close and personal. The essential meditation is Silence. We are made of sound and silence.Sound is our mind; silence is our being. Sound is our trouble; silence is our liberation.All other meditations are different forms of witnessing, but witnessing is present in every kind of meditation as an essential part. Vipassana Page

Watching The Breath ~ Osho
Every university, every science institute, should make it absolutely necessary that anybody who graduates as a scientist has also to graduate as a meditator. And meditation will be the priority. If you cannot pass as a meditator, you cannot be allowed a science degree from the university. That's the only way -- to make every scientist a meditator so that he becomes aware in himself of deeper things -- life, love, consciousness -- and ultimately the eternity of one's being.... The Last Testament, Vol 4 Chapter #2  www.youtube.com

The Great Bell Chant (The End of Suffering) ~ Read by Thich Nath Hanh, chanted by brother Phap Niem
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Mindfulness Meditation - Thursday 18 January 2018
(First played on Thursday 18 December 2017)

Professor Mark Williams
Professor Mark Williams
Oxford Mindfulness Centre
Om
The syllable "om" is first described as all-encompassing mystical entity in the Upanishads. Today, in all Hindu art and all over India and Nepal, 'om' can be seen virtually everywhere, a common sign for Hinduism and its philosophy and theology. Hindus believe that as creation began, the divine, all-encompassing consciousness took the form of the first and original vibration manifesting as sound "OM".

Guided Mindfulness Meditation ~ Dr. Jon Kabat-Zinn
"Father of modern Mindfulness", Jon Kabat-Zinn an MIT-trained molecular biologist is Professor of Medicine Emeritus and founding director of the Stress Reduction Clinic and the Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Health Care, and Society at the University of Massachusetts Medical School. In this Mindscape talk he leads a guided Mindfulness Meditation.  www.youtube.com/watch

Silence

The Science of Mindfulness ~ Professor Mark Williams
Professor Mark Williams examines the neuroscience of mindfulness with Dr Danny Penman and they discuss the recent scientific advances that have radically altered our understanding of depression and related disorders. Also discussed is the latest treatments and therapies that are offering hope to those suffering from depression.  www.youtube.com

Silence

Essence of Meditation ~ Laurence Freeman
Meditation is a universal spiritual wisdom and a practice that we find at the core of all the great religious traditions, leading from the mind to the heart. It is a way of simplicity, silence and stillness. It can be practised by anyone from wherever you are on your life’s journey. It is only necessary to be clear about the practice and then to begin – and keep on beginning.  
www.wccm.org/content/what-meditation

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Mindfulness Meditation - Thursday 11 January 2018

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Om Chant 
OM is the symbol of the universal heartbeat; it is not a word. And as you come closer and closer to the universal heartbeat, the by-product is a deepening silence. Shantih means silence and it is always repeated three times because by the time you reach to the fourth, you are no more – just the silence has remained. You have disappeared as an entity separate from the universe.  www.youtube.com/watch

Kinder ~ Donna De Lory

Mindfulness Practice ~ Jennifer Davis
Psychotherapist and Mindfulness Instructor with eMindful leads a guided mindfulness session. Delivered through our online, webinar-based platform, eMindful's professionally guided practices have been shown to outperform pre-recorded programs. Our guided practices are one of the most powerful mindfulness tools on the market. www.emindful.com

Mindfulness Practice
Mindfulness practice couldn't be simpler: pay attention to the breath, and when your attention wanders, return. By following these simple steps, you can get to know yourself up close and personal. The essential meditation is Silence. We are made of sound and silence.Sound is our mind; silence is our being. Sound is our trouble; silence is our liberation.All other meditations are different forms of witnessing, but witnessing is present in every kind of meditation as an essential part. Vipassana Page

Meditation ~ Sami Yusuf
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Mindfulness Meditation Practice - Thursday 4 January 2018

Earth Day Plastic Pollution Primer

Om ~ Ragani 
OM is the symbol of the universal heartbeat; it is not a word. And as you come closer and closer to the universal heartbeat, the by-product is a deepening silence. Shantih means silence and it is always repeated three times because by the time you reach to the fourth, you are no more – just the silence has remained. You have disappeared as an entity separate from the universe.  www.cdbaby.com/cd/ragani3

Kinder ~ Donna De Lory

Mindfulness Meditation ~ Jon Kabat-Zinn
Mindfulness is considered the heart of Buddhist meditation. But its essence is universal and of deep practical benefit to everyone. In Wherever You Go, There You Are, Jon Kabat-Zinn maps out a simple path for cultivating mindfulness in our lives, and awakening us to the unique beauty and possibilities of each present moment.. www.youtube.com/watch?

Mindfulness Practice
Mindfulness practice couldn't be simpler: pay attention to the breath, and when your attention wanders, return. By following these simple steps, you can get to know yourself up close and personal. The essential meditation is Silence. We are made of sound and silence.Sound is our mind; silence is our being. Sound is our trouble; silence is our liberation.All other meditations are different forms of witnessing, but witnessing is present in every kind of meditation as an essential part. Vipassana Page

New Years Meditation On What Really Matters ~ Mrs Mindfulness
This 8-minute meditation and contemplation will get you in touch with what really matters to you for 2016. This is not about self improvement or goal setting - rather it's about being in touch with who you are and what you really want at the deepest level. Wishing you a joyful, rich and easeful 2017. www.youtube.com/watch?

Mindfulness Practice
Mindfulness practice couldn't be simpler: pay attention to the breath, and when your attention wanders, return. By following these simple steps, you can get to know yourself up close and personal. The essential meditation is Silence. We are made of sound and silence.Sound is our mind; silence is our being. Sound is our trouble; silence is our liberation.All other meditations are different forms of witnessing, but witnessing is present in every kind of meditation as an essential part. Vipassana Page

Guided Meditation - Bare Attention with Mirabai Bush
Mirabai is the Founding Director of The Center for Contemplative Mind in Society. 
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Happy New Year ~ Abba
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