Purification With Light Meditation (Mind Be Me Podcast Episode 4)

Purification With Light Meditation is a practice to help train your awareness, mindfulness and visualization.  It will take practice to attain some level of mastery of this technique. Duration: Medium 15-20 mins Level: Foundation Note: If you are doing this as part of your 30 day Shift Stillness Program, please do this meditation exercise for 5-7 days running.

By | 2017-11-10T01:04:29+00:00 November 11th, 2017|MindBeMe|

Bare Attention Meditation (Mind Be Me Podcast Episode 3)

Bare Attention Meditation is a practice to help train your awareness and mindfulness.  It will take practice to attain some level of mastery of this technique. Duration: Medium 15-20 mins Level: Foundation Note: If you are doing this as part of your 30 day Shift Stillness Program, please do this meditation exercise for 5-7 days running.

By | 2017-11-09T07:07:24+00:00 November 9th, 2017|MindBeMe|

Meditation On Relaxing And Scanning The Body (Mind Be Me Podcast 2)

Meditation On Relaxing and Scanning The Body is a basic practice to help improve focus and awareness.  It will take practice to attain some level of mastery of this technique. Duration: Medium 10-15 mins Level: Foundation Note: If you are doing this as part of your 30 day Shift Stillness Program, please do this meditation exercise for 5-7 days running.

By | 2017-11-10T01:06:50+00:00 October 30th, 2017|MindBeMe|

Meditation On The Breath (Mind Be Me Podcast 1)

Meditation On The Breath is a basic practice to help improve focus and concentration. It will take practice to attain some level of mastery of this technique. Duration: Short < 10 mins Level: Foundation. Note: If you are doing this as part of your 30 day Shift Stillness Program, please do this meditation exercise for 5-7 days running.

By | 2017-11-10T01:07:29+00:00 October 24th, 2017|MindBeMe|

Love Your Wandering Mind (and a simple breath meditation)

It's in the nature of the mind to wander. It happens to the best of us. We've all been there. We're at a meeting or lecture, but our mind has long wandered off on its own private adventures, leaving only our physical self at the meeting. Some of us take fantastic long mind journeys, only to realize that we are no longer present when everyone in the meeting room is staring at us in anticipation of an answer to a question directed at us. Then there are the few who seem to always be "present" and attentive throughout. How do they stay so present and focused? The good news for the rest of us is that we have the capacity to tame this wandering mind of ours. If you are reading this post, it would suggest that you are already meditating or would like to do so.  Meditators all expound the benefits of meditation.  I certainly cannot do without it.  It is an essential part of my daily routine and I start each session first by settling my mind with a simple mindfulness exercise on the breath, sometimes referred to as breathing meditation or single pointed focus meditation with the breathe as the point of focus. This exercise is also extremely helpful in calming and stilling the mind when we are experience stress or are overly stimulated. We spend hours on exercise and nutrition for bodily health, but ironically, we generally hardly ever exercise our mind for our mental health. It's our mind that interprets the world and how we [...]

By | 2017-10-09T09:15:06+00:00 October 2nd, 2017|DailyD, MindBeMe|