Free Guided Meditation by Jon Kabat-Zinn for Beginners and Experts Alike! 

The Breathscape Practice for Cultivating Mindfulness

Ben Gaibel, LCSW
Oncology Social Worker
Good Samaritan Medical Center

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Jon Kabat-Zinn, the creator of the world renowned Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) program, has a new free 20 minute guided meditation that will allow you to feel more alive, aware, and awake. If you are new to meditation, or even a long time meditation practitioner, you might want to give this one a try. Enjoy!

A 20-minute meditation from Jon Kabat-Zinn to allow you to tap into your capacity to be in touch with your experience, and be awake and aware with no agenda other than to be awake and aware.

 

There is no question that mindfulness, compassion, and wisdom are more important than ever before—even though the essence of mindfulness is and has always been timeless, having to do with our relationship to this moment and to any moment as it is, however it is. The past is only available to us in this present moment. And so is what is yet to unfold in a future we try endlessly to envision and control. If you want the future to be different, the only leverage you have is to inhabit the present moment fully, and that means mindfully and heartfully. Here is a 20-minute meditation to practice tapping into your capacity to be in touch with your experience, and to be awake and aware with no agenda other than to be awake and aware.

 

Please click below to find the 14 easy steps from mindful.org!

https://www.mindful.org/the-breathscape-practice-for-cultivating-mindfulness/

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