Below are the best resources we could find on Body Scan Meditation and mind body connection.
Kim gently brings awareness to the sensations within the body, scanning through the different parts and then inviting a direct, present-moment experience of your surroundings.
Mindfulness teacher Jason Gant reflects on a heartfelt memory when he was able to lean on his deep practice and mindfully take action.
A head-to-toe relaxation practice.
Being mindful of the body is a profound—though often overlooked—opportunity to deepen our meditation and develop our insight, says Phillip Moffitt. Meditating on the body, we discover all four of the Buddha’s noble truths.
In this book, Bhikkhu Analayo, scholar and meditation teacher, examines central aspects of Buddhist meditation as reflected in the early discourses of the Buddha, based on revised and reorganized material from previously published articles.
It’s less than we think. It’s far more than we know. It’s who we are but it’s not. Contemplate the deeper reality of the body with Buddhist teacher Norman Fischer.
A habitual movement as common as nail-biting or toe-tapping can be the key to pulling out addictive behavior by its roots. These unconscious movement "tags" indicate the places where our bodies have become split off from our psyches.
When we’re caught in anxious thoughts: Intentionally relaxing our bodies can help soothe our minds too. Today, join Mel for a progressive muscle relaxation technique you can use to ground yourself, especially before bed.
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