Guided Seated Meditation Video Calm/Relaxed This Meditation is from Gautama’s Anāpānasati Sutta great mindfulness of breath meditation. It is a staple of mindfulness meditations and one I have practiced frequently […]
The one thing that is with us every moment we are alive is our Mind. Whether it is conscious or unconscious we have thoughts and programs always running while we are awake and while we are sleeping. We are aware of some and unaware of most of those thoughts, though we do have the ability to watch how we are thinking.
A meditation from the Buddist Mindfulness of Breath cannon, judging breath, is a great mindfulness activity. This engages the ever-present discriminating Mind with a simple exercise of judging your breath.
This is an old meditative technique. It is relaxing and helps to bridge the gap from your meditative sessions so that you can bring your seated meditative techniques out into the world of your normal waking states.