Audiobook for guided meditations
English (North American)
Middle Aged (35-54)
Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
regardless of whether you feel it or not set your intention, every time you take a breath to breathe kindness and affection into yourself, and each time you exhale, to breathe out kindness and affection for the world for the people who are suffering like you are, it is natural for your mind to wander while doing this. This is completely normal. It is part of the human experience. You should not judge yourself when your mind wanders, We all do it from time to time. You just need to notice when your mind wanders. In this moment. You are practicing mindfulness in this moment. You are aware that your mind has wandered. As you inhale and exhale gently bring your attention back to your breath, focusing on the feelings of affection and kindness that you are hoping to produce. With each inhale and each exhale, it might help for you to put your hand over your heart and to feel the warmth that is there. If that's what you need to do, to connect with these feelings, you can then turn your attention back to your breath. If your thoughts have wandered feeling a sense of appreciation for your own breath itself without breath, we would not be able to survive