This is a gentle meditation to start the day with some kindness and care. You are invited to cultivate an attitude of benevolence towards yourself, and ending with some gentle movement to support yourself, especially in challenging times.
In this meditation Beate invites you to become aware of what is present, to release any unnecessary tension in the body and to tune into your breathing. We then bring kindness to our experience and send some good wishes to ourselves and others.
In this loving kindness meditation we call up a feeling of love and kindness towards ourselves and others, following the structure of the 2000 year old Buddhist metta meditation.
Meistens finden wir alle möglichen Strategien, um unangenehme Gefühle nicht zu spüren aber was passiert eigentlich, wenn wir uns erlauben diese einfach mal zuzulassen und zu spüren? Versuche es selbst einmal in dieser RAIN-Meditation mit Beate.
Many people think that being self-critical is a way for self-improvement, but research suggests that it is counterproductive.
The more you criticise and put yourself down the more stressed you will feel, and this will make you feel hopeless and stuck. Therefore, it is important to learn to be kind to yourself and to treat yourself like a good friend.
In this recording, Steve will guide you in a gentle heartfulness meditation.
In this meditation, recorded live during the positive neuroplasticity course, Beate invites you to call up a feeling of peace, contentment and love which are linked to our three primary needs of safety, satisfaction and connection. Using the HEAL method developed by Rick Hanson we then enrich and intensify this feeling and let it sink in so it becomes a resource that we can use whenever we need it.
Dans cette méditaion nous pratiquons la bienveillance. Nous nous envoyns de l'amour a nous-meme et ensuite aussi a ceux que nous aimons.
Bienvenue a cette meditation sur les émotions difficiles et la conscience ouverte avec Beate ou nous approchons avec curiosité à ce qui est difficile.
In the meditation “In for me – out for you” guided by Silke, we use the breath to nourish ourselves with a kind wish and send compassion and kindness to another person. This is a practice on self-care and can help you to remain connected to another person.
In the exercise rupture and repair recorded by Silke, we explore ways to work with or resolve conflicts - with children, your partner or a friend. Starting point is a situation in which you were not happy about your behaviour, when you got angry or stressed out.
Take care not to do this exercise when you are still overwhelmed by a conflict or in the middle of a stress reaction. It is best to first get back in contact with yourself before you listen to the practice.