Refresh and renew your mind and body, even if you've never meditated before!
Listen to this sample:
Your collection includes these 7 meditations:
Come Back to Yourself - 11:53
You'll practice focusing on your breath, tapping into the sensations in your body, and welcoming whatever emotions are present right now—all of which are very powerful ways to come back to yourself.
Loving Kindness State of Mind - 6:40
You'll focus benevolent and loving energy toward yourself and others in this meditation. It has been shown that those who regularly practice loving kindness meditation are able to increase their capacity for forgiveness, connection to others, self-acceptance, and more.
Being Present with What Is - 4:24
Being present means we’re fully conscious of the moment, whatever that moment may contain. This takes practice. You'll practice sitting with whatever is happening for you, without judgement or attachment, which can have a huge impact on how you deal with challenges in life.
You are Worthy of Self Love - 5:21
You'll practice working with self love in this meditation and recite positive affirmations that enforce the fact that you are worthy of self love, just as you are right now. You can listen to this meditation whenever you need to create a loving space for yourself.
Cultivating an Attitude of Gratitude - 5:53
Research shows that gratitude isn’t just a pleasant feeling—being grateful can also support greater health, happiness, and wisdom in ourselves and our communities. In this meditation, you'll practice by being thankful for the simple things we often take for granted: like our five senses.
You ARE Good Enough - 3:25
You'll practice working with your internal dialogue by focusing on the fact that you ARE good enough, just as you are right now. Listen to this short but powerful guided meditation whenever you're feeling like you need something outside of yourself to be whole, because you ARE whole and you have everything you'll ever need within.
Calming Your Racing Mind - 2:44
You can't command your brain to stop it's churning or toiling but you CAN calm your racing mind. In this meditation, you'll practice a simple trick to put the brakes on your runaway train of thought if you need it. The more you practice, the better you'll get at noticing when you need to calm your racing mind.