A re-energizing exercise to help gather one’s strength and stability.
A quick meditation to help find compassion for yourself and those around you.
A short meditation to help you switch from the usual mode of doing to a mode of non-doing.
A 15 minute guided body scan to help you enter a very deep state of relaxation.
Try this guided meditation to help you feel more relaxed and attuned to yourself.
This Calm Space Exercise can help you feel calmer. It can be especially helpful to those of you who are going through an emotionally distressing time and need a way to contain these emotions and maybe even soothe them.
This is an excellent exercise for physical or emotional pain. It is frequently used as a grounding technique when feeling overwhelmed.
This meditation has been shown to reduce stress and anxiety, improve mood, reduce physical and emotional pain, reduce anger, increase feelings of hope and other positive emotions. Like all skills, it needs to be practiced to increase its effect. We suggest you try to practice this once per day.
This is an excellent exercise for those of you who are struggling to settle yourselves to sleep or for any of you who would like to train the body to relax. As with any skill, it takes practice. Try doing this once a day if you can and you will soon notice that your body feels relaxed more often and that it doesn’t take as long to get it to relax.
Practice this simple breath exercise to help you reduce anxiety. This exercise will help you to increase your oxygen absorption, to reduce your cortisol levels (which is the stress hormone), and to engage your parasympathetic nervous system (the part of…