6-Minute Guided Meditations

David Procyshyn
Instructor David Procyshyn
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Average: 4.8 (54 votes)
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Duration:
26
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Tracks:
4

Many of us don't have the time to fit in a long meditation every day, so we have created this series of 4 tracks for you. It's more effective for the development of your focus and meditative mind that you practice shorter meditations consistently rather than longer meditations sporadically. So try these and establish a strong, daily practice just by pressing play.

Meditation Type: Mindfulness Meditation

Comments

cjbass 1 month ago

I love the "Do Nothing" meditation. Can you recommend a longer meditation on that theme? When you asked your first question — what does it mean to do nothing — my answer was "failure." So you can see why I could use a more extended "do nothing" practice when I have time.

Fiji McAlpine 1 month ago

It is so interesting that we have become so conditioned to feel we are failing unless we are doing, and that there is not any value in allowing ourselves to be. When I struggle like this I remind myself that true moments of joy, happiness, connection, come when I am not in productive mode, they happen when I a being and am open to the beauty of life. David has a nice 21 minute meditation called turn it all off in this link, give it a try
https://www.doyogawithme.com/content/guided-meditations-stress-anxiety-a...

JanaCS 8 months ago

David has a very calming voice and the body scan meditation is refreshing! Thank you..

radhike 9 months ago

Excellent . Loved it short and very engaging with the soothing and calming voice of the master David.

Zion*20! 10 months ago

The shortness of the meditation helped me as I begin. I love the pace and David's voice. I will use the one many times during the week. Thank you.

JMacDee 1 year ago

I love these short meditations and David's voice is very calming. I have a beard so I am unable to perceive the breath on my upper lip in No.4. Instead I concentrated on the sensation in my nostrils. If there are other areas to notice please let me know, thanks. James

David Procyshyn 1 year ago

Ha! Great point, James. You can move your awareness anywhere, really. If it helps you feel the sensation of your breath, feel the inside of the nostrils then. Or the rib cage or belly moving with the breath.

Carolinetoyoga 1 year ago

What one needs when it seems that distraction is destroying your meditation efforts.