Join Scott Shute for an in-depth discussion in this video Arrival practice, part of Mindful Meditations for Work and Life.
(gentle waves lapping) … - [Instructor] I welcome you to find a comfortable … and alert position, and I invite you to close your eyes … and take a deep in breath. … And then let your out breath flow long, … allowing yourself to relax. … Repeat that a few times, just noticing your inhalations … and exhalations extending a bit, … allowing yourself to fully arrive in this moment, … in the present. … Now just breathe naturally, … keeping the attention on the sensations of breathing, … perhaps noticing the air passing by your nose, … that little space in your nostrils. … Do you notice that the temperature is different … on your inhale versus your exhale? … And where in your body can you feel your breath? … Do you feel it in your throat? … Notice the sensations of the breath in your chest … and in your belly, … perhaps feeling the breath in your back. … Just settle into this gentle rhythm of breath, … noticing these subtle breathing sensations … and allowing yourself to feel comfortable … with whatever is happening. …
- Adapting your posture and body language
- Breathing exercises
- Arrival practice
- Body scanning
- Loving kindness
- Sound-based exercise
- Keeping your meditation practice going
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Laying the Groundwork for Success with Meditation
2. Three Breaths
Three breaths practice1m 55s
Arrival practice4m 38s
4. Counting Breaths
5. Deep Breathing
7. Body Scan
Body scan practice14m 26s
9. Sound-Based Exercise: Singing Hu
10. Making It Stick
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