A simple, very powerful, 20 minutes guided Mindfulness Meditation with Dharma teacher and Aikido Sensei Miles Kessler. After a 90 second description you will be guided by Miles into a 20 minutes, easy to follow, Mindfulness Meditation session.
Note that this guided meditation was recorded outdoor, by the lake side of Zurich, Switzerland. You are going to hear the sound of the nature, including sounds made by human...:) Let it be!
Meditation make it possible to experience the deepest part of ourselves. Only then we are able to engage in life beyond the narcissistic self, and be fully functional human beings, creating a better future for us all. (As add-on "side effects", meditation is also know, and proved scientifically, to improve our mental and physical health, and make us feel a lot happier...:).
So, find yourself a quit place, sit in a comfortable position, and... follow the instructions.
This video clip is an Eagle de Botton - Good Reality Conscious Service for awakenedTV and TAC.fm (The Awakened Campaign). http://www.awakenedTV.com is a free video channel, sponsored by http://www.IntegralAffiliate.com
Bounce Back: Reclaim Your Health™ is a free skills-building program for adults experiencing low mood or stress with or without anxiety. It offers two kinds of evidence-based self-help:
1) "Living Life to the Full" DVD - 45-minute video with 8 sections that provide practical tips on recognizing and dealing with depressive thoughts, behaviours, and events. Available in Cantonese & Mandarin or English (as previewed in this 6-minute clip).
2) Workbooks with Telephone-Coaching - 3 to 5 self-selected sessions that introduce and reinforce the application of cognitive-behavioral strategies for improving mood by overcoming difficulties such as inactivity, insomnia, worry, and unhelpful thinking.
Bounce Back is offered throughout British Columbia by the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) and funded by the BC Ministry of Health - Integrated Primary & Community Care.
For more information, please visit bouncebackbc.ca or talk to your family doctor.