Bring the mind back into the body.
Take a look at your current emotional weather.
Use the breath to bring awareness and focus.
Take a big picture view of your possibilities and apply your intention.
Your heart-center is an area of the physical body, and a space of consciousness. Explore the vast potential of your heart.
Strong emotions can move in on us fast! This meditation helps create space and breathing room the next time an emotion comes up on us slow or quick.
Take a conscious pause in order to set a direction for your day
A practice that helps you understand what it means to not resist your life, but to build a mind that loves regardless of what is going on. Move away from getting lost in "what if" and learn to appreciate and accept things are they are.
Boost empathy and self love in this guided loving kindness practice.
Start your day with a strong intention in order to live a life you feel good about.
A meditation using the breath as a healing force to focus and channel strong emotions.
Find focus and inspiration through this breath focused meditation.
Take a breath and learn to relax! This dive into mindfulness practice will give you the space you need.
The breath is the most portable meditation device, because you always have it with you. Learn the basic shamatha, or calm-abiding meditation, that allows you to be more present in your day.
In order to more fully connect with everyone we meet this meditation helps us cultivate love for ourselves, so that we have a deep well to draw from in offering love to others.
This mantra session will help you retrain the mind for more clarity and energy throughout your day.
Learn to live a life of intention in this guided practice where you focus on a quality you feel is most important to you this week.
Create a sense of calm and ease in your day. Move away from distraction by returning to the breath.
Strong emotions can feel overwhelming. In this practice we learn to feel how we feel in order to see if there is valid communication coming out of these emotional states.
In this compassion practice you learn to work with the pain of others, offering the aspiration that they be free from their suffering.
A breath practice aimed at moving away from distraction so you can focus on the present moment on and off the meditation seat.