Guided meditation voice over

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This is a voice over for a guided meditation virtual reality app, set in a log cabin. This is being developed by Bournemouth University as part of a cross-border project.

Vocal Characteristics



Voice Age

Middle Aged (35-54)


British (England - East Anglia, Cambridge, Hertfordshire) British (General)


Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
you are going to spend about 10 minutes taking a break. Being in a safe space, you're leaving behind worries about the past and any anxieties about the future. You're in a warm cabin. Take a moment to think about how it feels to come in from the cold to a warm space. How does your skin feel? Can you feel how your skin starts to tingle as you leave the cold outdoors behind and enjoy the warmth your muscles start to relax Your shoulders had bean held tight against the code. Now they're relaxes. The warmth spread through your body. Feel your toes. Now you are indoors. You have left the snow outside your toes. Khun. Stretch and relax. Bring the warm air into your body with a deep breath, then release it. Think of coming into a warm, safe space. Think of taking off your heavy coat your heavy boots and leaving them for now. Think of leaving your worries and leave them behind a CZ. Well, as you look at your new surroundings, you are standing next to a picture of warm yellow daffodils. Maybe this reminds you that spring a new life follow winter. Listen, you can hear the wind outside under fire crackling here in the cabin. As you look around, you can see there is space in this cabin for you to move and explore. Think about how it feels to move in this room. Can you feel or hear the floorboards As you move across to the window? Notice the long bookshelves. One shelf is empty, ready for you to fill with the books you want to have with you. Think about what interests you on what is important to you. The soft pile of the rug. How would that feel to your feet if you're sitting, place your arms on the chair arms. If you're sitting or standing, place both feet flat on the ground. Whatever position you're in, place your feet roughly. Hit with the part. Let your breath flow as deep down into your belly as is comfortable without forcing it. Try breathing in through your nose and out through your mouth, breathing gently on regularly. Some people find it helpful to count steadily from 1 to 5. You may not be able to reach five at first. Then, without pausing or holding your breath, let it flow out gently counting from 1 to 5 again. If you find this helpful, keep doing this for 3 to 5 minutes