Mindfulness Breaks™ in Your Home

In my last article, I introduced the concept of a Mindfulness Break™. Now I want to tell you about Mindfulness Breaks in your home or workplace.

A Mindfulness Break in your home or workplace is guided meditation experience in which I train you to be mindful in such a way that you can do it on your own, whenever you wish and for as long as you wish. A mindfulness break is a period of mindfulness, a period of living life deeply in the present moment which can be practiced anywhere, any time from a moment, to a minute, to ten minutes, to a couple of hours, to a weekend, to a week, to several months or years.

Of course, you don’t need me to train you how to take a Mindfulness Break, but you will definitely get a lot out of a private session in your home or workplace, or, for that matter, in my office or through Skype, FaceTime or Whatsap. Private sessions give you the opportunity to experience a deep state of relaxation, peace and connection that is often difficult to obtain on your own. You will have an opportunity to get all your questions answered – in person and in the moment. Even children can learn from this type of guided meditation experience.

Meditation in Action

Mindfulness Break in Action

When my son was seven in 1976, he had a metastatic kidney cancer that had spread to his lungs. The doctors at Kaiser were doubtful he would survive. I trained him in the practice of Mindfulness Breaks and hired a psychologist to continue working with him when he got out of the hospital. We called these types of Mindfulness Breaks with children, mind stories. Through mind stories, limiting chemotherapy and other natural medicine techniques, he is alive today and the VP of a technical company.

Mindfulness Breaks can happen naturally whenever you are totally present for your moment-to-moment experience. For example, when you wash the dishes simply to wash the dishes, you are in a Mindfulness Break. Under these conditions, you are not washing you anger, your problems, your worries, your anxieties, your heath concerns. You are simply present to wash the dishes. Once you start practicing this, you will look forward to washing the dishes or doing other what used to be mundane experiences.

You can also learn to take a Mindfulness Break anywhere:

Any time you can go out and keep all of your visual and auditory senses alive—looking above eye level, hearing behind you as well as in front of you—you’re performing meditation in the natural world. You’re poised for any stimulus coming from anywhere. It’s as down-to-earth as you can get and still be up in the sky.—James H. Austin, quoted in Zenshin Michael Haederle’s, “This Is Your Brain on Zen”

Here are some other Mindfulness Breaks you can try right now before the prices increase with the launch of mindfulnessbreaks.com, coming soon after I return from my trip to Barcelona and Italy on June 1.

Weight Loss Guided Meditation
CD: $9.97
MP3: $7.00
Stress Relief Guided Meditation
CD: $9.97
MP3: $7.00
Anger Control Guided Meditation
CD: 9.97
MP3: $7.00
Achieve Goals Guided Meditation
CD: $9.97
MP3: 7.00
Sound Sleep Guided Meditation
CD: $9.97
MP3: $7.00
Reduce Symptoms Guided Meditation
CD: $9.97
MP3: $7.00

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