Mindfulness Meditations

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Mindfulness Meditation

These five guided meditations help you to establish a strong mindfulness practice. Peter's soothing voice and gentle, encouraging style make this 5-track series on mindfulness meditation a pure joy. You will love his light-heartedness as well as his effective and delicate guidance.

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I keep nodding off
Nanette JD 7 months ago

Hi, it's not like I'm tired, it's the morning I just woke up, feeling good, but I keep falling asleep. :) I guess if I keep practicing this will stop? I hope so

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Spencer_sara 8 months ago

Thank you Peter for these wonderful recordings. Over the last year, they’ve helped my world to become a more loving and calm place to be, with gratitude - Sara

Some of the best online guided meditations I have found...
MeganJulie 9 months ago

Dear Peter - thank you for creating these beautiful yet down to earth guides to mindfulness meditation. I listen to them several times a week and they are an essential part of winding down after a busy day. I have been using various online meditations and podcasts for the past four years now and these are by far some of the best I have found. Your wonderful attitude and years of experience are so clearly present in these recordings. With much gratitude - Megan

Thank you Peter, I really
rszaefer 1 year ago

Thank you Peter, I really enjoyed your audio tracks :)

Liz-E 1 year ago

Many thanks. Insightful and soothing

Back to the foundations
DeWaat 2 years ago

Thank you Peter, for reminding me of the basics.

I'm meditating for about 2 years now, almost daily, and this reminded me of the basics and why I am doing it.. And in these 20 minutes I noticed that I created a lot of tweaks and small body movements these last years, and a lot of mind mechanisms.. I realised that I really can't sit still at all :)

Again, thanks for this.

Being_Vitality 2 years ago

Is there a "mindlessness" meditation for going beyond the one who perceives the breath, to the one who causes the breath to be seen but does not depend upon breath ~ advaita? ironic saying in intro "nothing seems to last" not sure if you intended for the double meaning but made me laugh. Thank you for posture tips, the reason people make their hands in different positions is for breathing variations and hand mudras which is another world of exploration of the body, though it becomes only irrelevant when one goes beyond the physical from experience.

dvora 2 years ago

Thanks a lot for Peter's tracks, I practiced meditation before but this time I felt I was somewhere else, did not feel my body. It was amazing
Thanks from Israel

Self Acceptance
Jayney141 2 years ago

What I really like about Peter's approach is his constant reminder that all experiences are good, there is not right or wrong, we are all human and as such our minds are prone to try and resist the practice of meditation. Practice, however, is the key, even if just for 60 seconds a day. Thank you Peter for taking me another step closer to self acceptance and self love.