Prenez une pause avec cette meditation debout qui commence avec des gentils mouvement et ensuite une prise de conscience des sensations dans le corps.
Ceci est une longue méditation, guidée live par Beate, en 3 parties:
Un moment d'auto-massage, des étirements en pleine conscience et un scanner corporel. Un moment de bienveillance et prise de soin de vous.
Dans cette meditation guidée par Beate nous prenons conscience du corps en mouvement, toute en bienveillance.
In this tree meditation Beate guides you into the visualisation of a beautiful tree which is firmly rooted in the ground and moving with the wind. You are invited to tap into the feeling of being a tree and find movements that correspond with it.
In this meditation with Beate we bring the awareness to the body and sense what it needs right now. You are invited to perform some gentle stretches to release some tensions in the body and to attend to parts that feel tense or painful with gentleness and curiosity. We then extend our gratitude from this wonderful body to other good things and people in our life. We take the time to savour these feelings of gratitude and contentment.
In this morning meditation recorded live with Silke, we first wake up our body with gentle taps on different parts, followed by some stroking movements. We then anchor ourselves in the breath and go through three steps to call up and absorb a good experience, finding a place to store it inside our body so that it becomes part of ourselves, always available to us.
In this guided mindful movement, recorded live, Beate guides you into some gentle standing stretches. When doing this movements, it is important that you listen to your body and respect its signals and limitations. After each stretch we tune into the aftereffects of the movement and enjoy any pleasant sensation we might feel.
In this tree meditation, recorded live with Silke in the morning meditations, you can connect to the qualities of a tree, its strength and groundedness. This might help you in your daily life when being overwhelmed by emotions or by what happens in this world.
This meditation is inspired by Thich Nhat Hanh and a talk by Tara Brach on embodied presence.
In this guided meditation by Lorinda which was recorded live during the morning meditations we looked at how creating movement can bring us into stillness, but also how we can use stillness as a way of relating to movement.