Twenty years ago I started learning about meditation. Sitting still and doing nothing was (and still is) hard for me. But I found I did like how I felt afterward. I’ve since learned that there are lots of ways to get that centered, calm feeling of mindfulness. Thích Nhất Hạnh teaches us that simple, daily activities, such as washing dishes, can be an opportunity to find peace and be present in the moment.
Over the years, I’ve had the opportunity to lead hundreds of people in guided relaxation and beginning mindfulness. These tracks are intended to be a place to start. The first, an “Introduction to Abdominal Breathing” is meant to be a quick relaxation, guiding you through deep, relaxing breaths. Try it out!
Introduction to Abdominal Breathing
If you are ready to dive a little deeper, an “Introduction to Mindfulness” will guide you through a longer relaxation while teaching you a few ways to practice being mindful.
Introduction to Mindfulness
Both tracks were written and performed by San Diego-based psychotherapist, Abigail Burd, LCSW, produced by Leslie Easton, LCSW, and Hank Easton, and recorded and mastered by Hank Easton in San Diego, CA.
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