A guided meditation with spiritual teacher Adyashanti. The art of allowing everything to be as it is. "When we sit without a demand on this moment, without waiting for the next moment, without waiting to get it -- whatever "it" is -- when we are not waiting to get enlightened or to get love, peace, or a quiet mind, and when we stop demanding anything from ourselves -- then the sacred opens up simply because there is no demand being made upon it. True sacred relationship with this moment flowers when we are not asking it to be other than it is. Then the beauty blossoms. But if we ask the smallest thing of this moment, then we start to miss the beauty. Our asking distorts what we are able to see and experience in ourselves. The mind thinks that to be free, to be liberated or enlightened means to be wiped clean of all unpleasant experiences, but that's not the way it is. The Divine wouldn't dare defile itself by removing something. That would be like cutting off your arm. But to experience these same emotions or experiences as the mystery, as God, and as the mystery of yourself, is to totally transform them." ~ Quotes by Adyashanti
2. Guided Meditation on Anatta (Non-Self)
A guided three part meditation session focusing on anatta or no-self with Buddhist teacher Joseph Goldstein. The first part will focus on helping to open the mind to listening. The second part focuses on learning to accept the cycle of life. Lastly it will focus on being free of the body and letting thoughts arise as they occur in the mind.
3. Guided Metta Meditation
Take a moment to relax and find love. Compassionate metta meditation allows your mind to fill itself with joy by appreciating the smaller things in life. Metta Meditation will help you see the beauty in everything.
4. A Relaxing Guided Meditation
The goal of this meditation is to help clear your mind while placing a focus on breathing. Enjoy the relaxing music, ocean sounds, and the soothing narrator.
5. Clear Mind Meditation
Breath work to bring forth a lucid, clear mind to help you feel calm and centered. Join Andrew Sealy in this quick introduction meditation to yogic breath control (pranayama).
6. 5-Minute Meditations: Escape to the Beach
Remember that happy place on the beach from your last vacation? The sun is shining, the sand is warm, and the waves are gently lulling you into relaxation. During this visualization meditation, expert Stacy Conlon will guide you to a sense of calm reminiscent of your favorite private beach spot.
7. Simple Guided Meditation on Relaxation
This meditation was designed to be a simple guided affirmation to help you relax after a busy day. The creator of this meditation hopes that it helps you in your daily practice.
8. Adyashanti - Just Sitting
This is a simple meditation that focuses on letting go and focusing on the moment. His simple and clear guidance helps you let go of the universe telling you what you should. It also helps you let go of your notions of what you need to change inside and outside of yourself at this moment.
9. Happiness Meditation
A guided mindfulness meditation on the body and breathing with Thanissaro Bhikkhu. The focus is guiding your through true happiness which involves avoiding wishing ill for others and embracing goodwill for all humans. If everyone found true happiness, than everyone would be happy, treat each other, and become self-actualized. Through this transformation the world would be a different place.
A guided meditation on emptying the mind with Buddhist teacher Gil Fronsdal. "The third form of patience is acceptance of truth. It is the willingness to see deeply, without resistance, the truth of the moment and the truth of the deepest levels of reality. This includes living in accord with the insight that at our core there is no self to build up, hang onto, or defend. Seeing the luminous emptiness at the center of all things means that we can begin to let go of grasping to a self-conscious and fixed idea of who we are. This requires a kind of patience, because deep spiritual insight is an affront to the ego. Most of us orient our lives around a limited view of ourselves; it can be quite frightening to let this view go. The patient acceptance of truth that allows us to let go is a personal strength developed together with the strengths of virtue, discernment, wisdom, resolve and loving-kindness." ~ Quotes by Gil Fronsdal