SOUL SUPPORT: One Minute Meditation (a video)

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Buddhism teaches about the practice of meditation…just sitting, watching (without judging or resisting) thoughts and feelings that arise.

It’s a good practice to cultivate acceptance and kindness for all parts of ourselves, and all of humanity.

Sometimes sitting in meditation even for one minute can seem daunting. Mindfulness is just being aware of each moment, carefully attending to even the most subtle sensations of movement. Test your skill! Can you simply watch this meditator for a single minute?

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  1. wendy says:

    Thanks Deb. This is a nice reminder ~ take time out to breathe !

  2. Jim says:

    So, it’s simple…
    I’m complex! Or, not.

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