Introduction to Mindfulness – Lesson 04

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Welcome to lesson 4 of the Introduction to Mindfulness course.

Over the last few lessons we've been practicing with mindful breathing.

And in lesson 3 we learned how to come back to the breath when your mind wanders away.

In today's lesson we're going to be talking about how to improve your concentration while staying with the breath.

Today’s lesson will take 17 minutes. Make sure you will not be disturbed, and...
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Please take a moment and let me know, in a comment below,
what was your experience during the practice, and if you have any question.

I love to hear from you, and I respond to every comment...

  • Iris Meij says:

    My monkey mind still wandered but the labeling helped me to get back quicker. Thank you

    • Vered Neta says:

      Thanks Iris for this comment. Labelling makes you return to present moment and become an observer instead of following our Monkey Mind. Great step!

  • Marjolein Etten says:

    Thank you so much for this meditation, it really helps me in different ways. I feel more relaxed and more focused now. Although I must say that after some time my ‘monkey mind’ gets bored, but I managed tot persevere and complete the meditation. Thanks!

  • Jet Sebus says:

    Thank you, Vered! For me the moments when you whispered the words rising and falling in the background worked best.

    I find it difficult to listen to your information and concentrate on my breathing at the same time. But you whispering the words rising and falling in the background worked just fine!

    • Vered Neta says:

      Great to hear that it works for you Jet.

      Keep up with the practice and it would become second nature to you

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