Mindfulness, Meditation and Self-Care

Tag: mindfulness

#27: 2 Minute Breathing (Guided Meditation)

#27: 2 Minute Breathing (Guided Meditation)

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadWe all get busy. There is a lot going on. Take 2 minutes to take a break from everything, and just breathe.

#26: Mindful Attention to The Senses (Guided Meditation)

#26: Mindful Attention to The Senses (Guided Meditation)

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadPurposely bring attention to your sensory experiences, without judgement, to cultivate your practice of mindfulness and feel at ease with the help of this guided meditation.

#25: Grief (with Guided Meditation)

#25: Grief (with Guided Meditation)

“What we once enjoyed and deeply loved we can never lose, For all that we love deeply becomes a part of us.” – Helen Keller

Take a moment to let your emotions pass through you in this mindfulness meditation on grief and loss.

Photo by Mike Labrum on Unsplash

#22: Sharpening the Axe

Podcast: Play in new window | Download When you’re feeling a little dull, sharpen up with this mindful reminder to dedicate regular time to self-care.

#20: Practicing Mindfulness (Guided Meditation)

Podcast: Play in new window | Download Think meditation is complicated? Listen and learn the simple steps to practicing mindfulness in this relaxing episode.

#19: Office Meditation (Guided Meditation)

Ever feel stressed or overwhelmed at work? Take a moment to let anxiety slip away, by doing simple mindful breathing exercises right from your desk.

#18: A Moment of Presence (Guided Meditation)

Podcast: Play in new window | Download Sometimes it takes just a moment of mindful breathing to return to the present moment and be here, now.

#16: Grounding Down (Guided Meditation)

Podcast: Play in new window | Download Overthinking things? Take a moment to ground yourself, in your body, on the earth. This mindfulness and body awareness meditation may be practiced anywhere — simply by inviting awareness into being.

#13: Progressive Muscle Relaxation (Guided Meditation)

Relax into your body by progressively tightening and relaxing one muscle group at a time in this mindfulness meditation. Allow this connection to your body to invite non-judgemental awareness to the present moment.

Stress: What it really is and how to handle it

Originally posted by Jordon Johnston on the UBC Life Blog. Stress is one of those strange things about the human experience that few of us enjoy, but many of us feel we just have to tolerate—like puberty, or calling people on the phone. While, tragically, […]