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The Feel In technique. In this guided meditation we explore emotional body-type sensations. I sometimes think of the inner system as being a bit wild. Our “inner wild”. Becoming familiar with this side of experience in a non-judgemental way, without the need to psycho-analyze, resist, or condemn can lead to deeper insights into ourselves as...
The Feel Flow technique: In this technique we bring our attention to the continuous movement and change that occurs in the internal and external body space. By practicing detecting movement, we might become more familiar with how pleasant, unpleasant, and neutral sensory experiences come and go. Guided meditation for students of the mindfulness training at the...
The Feel Rest technique: In this technique we practice identifying rest in the body. We sensitize to the idea of relatively active vs. relatively inactive in order to understand the spectrum of relaxation. We also work with the exhale to cultivate rest. From Issue #6 Guided meditation for students of the mindfulness training at the Nelson...
The See Hear Feel technique (also known as Note Everything): In this technique we explore allowing the attention to freely float between sensory experiences, noting and labeling each one, without restriction or traditional focus object. From Issue #2 Guided meditation for students of the mindfulness training at the Nelson Buddhist Centre in early 2022.
What is thought, anyway? In this part of the learning experience we do an introductory exploration of the inner system, breaking down thoughts into components that we can mindfully work with: mental talk, mental image, and emotional body-type sensations. From Issue #1 Guided meditation for students of the mindfulness training at the Nelson Buddhist Centre in early...
Exploring the things we see, hear, and feel. In this one we methodically explore the different sensory modalities, working with them one-by-one, and becoming familiar with concentration, clarity, and equanimity. From Issue #1 Guided meditation for students of the mindfulness training at the Nelson Buddhist Centre in early 2022.

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