One of the ways that the Buddha taught to uplift the mind and cultivate happiness is to recall the good things that we have done. Somehow in the modern culture its OK to be proud about our car or our job yet we have difficulty with feeling good about good things we have done and said. Read the full article…
This guided meditation was given at the royal Adelaide Hospital chapel. We had just begun with bringing the attention to the breath when the sound of an emergency helicopter landing became the most dominant experience. The sound is on the recording but it somehow is not nearly so loud as it was to us on Read the full article…
A guided meditation focusing on mindfulness of breathing that tranquilises the body and the mind. Then noticing the pleasant feeling [sukha vedana] arising from a relaxed body and mind. Really taking notice of the experience and pleasantness of a relaxed and tranquil mind/body.
Short 13 minutes Mindfulness of Breathing and Mindfulness of Thinking Guided Meditation.
Visualising Relaxing the Body and filling the heart with loving kindness
A quick look at mindfulness of breathing as described in the Girimananda sutta
Guided meditation begins with mindfulness of breathing anapanasati and concludes with mindfulness of the heart-mind cittanupassana
Mindfulness of the Citta or Heart-Mind
Mindfulness of the thoughtstream, noise cleaned.