A breath-focused practice to explore and ground your body
A practice to balance your inner strength and letting go create an even deeper sense of steadiness and ease.
Explore the power of your mind to unlock your potential.
This practice will explore the layers of who you to live more fully and gracefully.
A simple tool to find a place of calm.
Explore what is easily available to you -- sounds and sensations -- to cultivate clarity and ease.
A Buddhist practice for identifying and relieving suffering.
A simple framework to help you bring a bit more mindfulness into your day-to-day life.
A mindfulness practice for working through any emotional challenges.
Use the breath to help you arrive into the present.
A mindfulness practice to help you hone your awareness of your present experience.
A simple practice to create balance between strength and surrender.
Use your breath to help connect your mind and body.
A simple breathing practice to initiate your relaxation response.
A meditation practice that releases tension in the body and mind.
Led by a TBI survivor, use mindfulness to feel acceptance and love.
Led by someone healing from a concussion, this meditation encourages you to find stillness within.
Led by a TBI survivor, this practice supports you to quiet the mind.
Led by a TBI survivor, this meditation helps you relax and feel valued.
The LoveYourBrain Meditation Movement Podcast is now available on iTunes
Before you start, here are a few meditation tips:
Be comfortable. You can be seated or lying down, although lying on your back may make you feel sleepier. Feel free to use pillows or other props to help you feel at ease and relaxed.
Minimize noise or distractions. If you can, try to find somewhere quiet and less prone to interruption. But, it you hear a car honk or phone buzz, notice it and then let it go. It becomes part of your practice--you are in control of what you engage with.
Practice whenever feels right for you. This could mean in the morning when the mind and body rhythms are naturally quieter, or in the afternoon and evening when you want to take a break from the business of the day.
Recognize that thoughts will still dance around your mind, and that is normal. Meditation is a practice of coming back to your present experience without judgement. If you notice your mind has wandered, just return to your meditation with openness. That moment shows that you are learning to discipline your mind and arrive more fully into your practice.
Have fun with it. Meditation is, at its roots, a way to explore what it feels like to be you. We beat ourselves up enough about what we should or should not be, so here's an opportunity to JUST be. Have fun with this process and let us know what you discover!