Guided Sound Meditation: Improve Your Ability To Deal With Stress

July 11, 2017

Guided Sound Meditation: Improve Your Ability To Deal With Stress

If you'd like to be supported in your meditation practice then a guided meditation can be very helpful.  This guided meditation focuses your awareness on sound. There are plenty of silent moments for you to become fully aware of what your mind is doing when it's not focused on the sound of my voice. 

Once you've completed this lovely sound meditation, then why not find out why everyone is talking about mindfulness. If you're new to meditation you might like to read our beginning meditation guidelines. 

If you want some support to understand more about mindfulness or to get some mindfulness training then contact me

 

 

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Mingun Myatheindan Pagoda, Myanmar.
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