Guided Breath Meditation

Hello friends!

I am delighted to announce that the second video I ever uploaded to YouTube has knocked over the 1K mark over the last couple of days.

My guided samadhi (breath) meditation is a firm favourite in my classes and workshops. This nicely compliments the fact that samadhi is still an integral part of my own daily practice 12 years after learning to master it.

Its a great honour to see the resources being used by so many people!

With practice and dedication, meditation can act as a base for:

• Desirable changes in sense of well-being
• Improved interpersonal relationships
• Improved concentration & awareness
• Improved regulation of physical pain
• Improved regulation of emotional pain
• Reduction in blood pressure
• Increased ability to manage stress, anxiety and depression
• Improved general health and attitude to life
• Letting go of past concerns and actions
• Reduced worry over future
• Improved capacity to appreciate or enjoy life internally (away from external stimulus, alcohol, drugs, food, material goods)

Sit somewhere quiet, close your eyes and simply listen to the instructions as you are taken on a guided meditation of your inner world.

A perfect way for beginners or people interested in meditation to learn mindfulness of the breath and become aware of bodily sensations and their effect on our minds.

When I teach meditation in the community I use Calming Breath cushions and mats exclusively

If you would like to buy this meditation and others you can do so by visiting my Bandcamp page by clicking the player below.  All 7 are available for just £3.50! That’s over 50% off.


Recommended reading:

Mindfulness in Plain English

Food for the Heart

A Guide to the Bodhisattva Way of Life

General Meditation

General Mindfulness

Disclaimer: This information & the meditation exercises contained herein are not designed to diagnose, treat or cure any illness, health issue or otherwise. If you have any existing physical or mental health conditions I request that you consult a doctor or physician before attempting these exercises.

Anything I say or write should be understood as my own opinion and not an expression of professional advice or prescription. You are entirely responsible for how you choose to understand, misunderstand, use or misuse any of my writings or communications.
I make no guarantees that any of the information or practices on this fact sheet or that I may write about will function in any particular way for you.

By using this exercise, you agree that you use the information contained herein entirely at your own discretion.
Under no circumstances will I be held liable or responsible for any direct, indirect, incidental, punitive, special or consequential damages arising out of the use of, or inability to use, the information contained within. If you have a medical condition or health concern, always consult your doctor.


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