This section focuses on some of the meditations that are used when our teachers visit local area schools. Although it has been found to be extremely beneficial to students, anyone of any age can use these as part of their daily mindfulness practice. These meditations are shorter in length but still very effective.
In walking meditation we use the experience of walking as our focus. We become mindful of our experience while walking, and try to keep our awareness involved with the experience of walking.
Check back soon as we continue to update this page with new guided meditations!
Love & Kindness Meditation - Terry Haynes00:00 / 00:00
Loving-kindness meditation focuses on developing feelings of goodwill, kindness, warmth, and compassion towards others. It has no conditions; it does not depend on whether one “deserves” it or not.
Body Scan for Students - Terry Haynes00:00 / 00:00
The purpose of this body scan mindfulness exercise is simply to notice your body. It is not necessarily about relaxing your body, however this may occur as a kind of side effect. It is simply about being aware of your body, in this present moment.
The purpose of the lake meditation is to become grounded and access our inner strength and stability when faced with stressful and challenging circumstances, both internal and external.
Garden Meditation - Terry Haynes00:00 / 00:00
Breath Awareness - Terry Haynes00:00 / 00:00
By focusing on the breath you become aware of the mind’s tendency to jump from one thing to another. The simple discipline of concentration brings us back to the present moment.
Migraine Headache Meditation - Terry Haynes00:00 / 00:00
Sitting Meditation - Terry Haynes00:00 / 00:00