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Filtering on type: awareness-of-breath

Type: Awareness of Breath
Read Time: 1 mins
Due to morning commitments and a little procrastination, I decided to leave today’s meditation until the evening. I was also expecting some free time so this helped me push it back in my own mind. It was fairly late by the time I could get to sit down, and I had also not long eaten my dinner. … Read More →
Type: Awareness of Breath
Read Time: 2 mins
I started this meditation in the same way as the others this week. I sat down and let loosely allowed my attention to scan over the body while noting the breaths. This initial settling period took around three minutes before I moved exclusively to the breath. I was aware that I still had the regular … Read More →
Type: Awareness of Breath
Read Time: 2 mins
I begin in the usual morning way. Getting comfortable in an upright position and scanning attention through the body while noting the breath. I noticed quickly that my attention was again drifting regularly to planning and thinking. This seems to be particularly common in the last few days. It … Read More →
Type: Awareness of Breath
Read Time: 2 mins
I came into this meditation in a slightly impatient state, as I had been waiting for the day to begin. I was otherwise fairly relaxed and looking forward to sitting. I started in the same way as usual, sitting and briefly scanning my attention through the body. I got comfortable and noted my initial … Read More →
Type: Awareness of Breath
Read Time: 1 mins
Meditating, or at least closing my eyes and being mindful of breath while cuddling my youngest to sleep is something I get to enjoy from time to time. He was not asleep yet, but had finished his milk and was appearing to settle down to drift off. I managed to find a relaxing awareness and rythm of … Read More →
Type: Awareness of Breath
Read Time: 1 mins
This meditation was not as enjoyable as it might have been as it was started from a state of slight agitation/annoyance. Caused by a bad nights sleep and trouble during the morning routine. The children and work commitments caused this to start later than planned. Deciding to push on and observe the … Read More →