Mindfulness Stress Meditation

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Mindfulness Stress Meditation

This powerful mindfulness stress meditation is a guided meditation to take you on a journey of relaxation. This mindfulness practice will help you clear the clutter in your mind, calm you and reduce your stress level, as well as improve your overall health and well being when practiced regularly.

Use this mindfulness stress reduction meditation to connect with your breath.

Relax. Let go of stress. Release anxiety. 

Allow yourself to relax. 
Simply breathe and watch your breath. 
Notice what it feels like. 
No need to change anything or do anything. 
Simply accept this moment just as it is.

This guided mindfulness based stress reduction meditation is a great way to start the day. It can also be used before an event you are nervous about or after a stressful event to help calm down. 

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The mindfulness meditation you just listened to is included in the Introduction to Mindfulness course.

If you ever:

  • had a day when your mind was racing and you couldn't focus, relax or concentrate no matter what you tried...
  • heard the term "mindfulness", but never got why everyone (science, media, celebrities, friends) is raving about it...
  • wanted (or tried) to meditate - but your mind kept chatting away, until you gave it up...
  • promised yourself, you're going to meditate today... but somehow never got to it...
  • meditated, but want to better understand mindfulness...

Then the 14-day Introduction to Mindfulness course is perfect for you.

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Vered & Nisandeh Neta

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  • Thank you Vered for this powerful meditation.
    I realized that my feeling of getting stuck at times stems from the fact that I demand a specific result from myself. Therefore, I now just re-establish my intention for what I want to achieve and trust that I will take the right actions.

    • Vered Neta says:

      Great to hear that it helped you Xandra.

      Would love to hear what was your experience?

  • Gerard Heikens says:

    Thanks for the ongoing stimulation to get my mind fresh and focused..
    Not only through this mail on stress..
    But all the previous ones..
    Going back to the great days in Nieuwegein..
    Thanks & Take care!
    The two of you!!

    • Vered Neta says:

      Thanks Gerard, happy to hear this could help you.

      Would love to hear how was your experience from this Mindfulness Stress meditation?

  • Anne-Gerda says:

    I have to say quicker ‘stop’! Thank you!!

    • Vered Neta says:

      Thanks for your valuable insight Anne-Gerda.

    • Vered Neta says:

      Thanks for your input Roos.

      Would love to hear what did you get from it?

  • Alex Vanzegbroek says:

    It’s good to “taste” this kind approach, however not my preference.
    I’ve learned other and better things from Nisandeh

    • Vered Neta says:

      Thanks for your input Alex. This approach is definitely not the only one and each person is unique, so different approaches work for different people.

      Curious to know what methods work for you to release stress and relax?

  • Lydia Verblackt says:

    Wow this war powerful meditation. I will start to use the stop sign whenever I have negative thoughts

  • Eduard Bosch says:

    Great relaxation, many thx Vered! Especially the 3 x breath in and out technique I found very useful in many occasions 🙂

    • Vered Neta says:

      Thanks Eduard. Breathing is certainly a powerful tool for life, otherwise we stop living☺️…

      Would love to hear what other methods have you found to help you in releasing stress and relax

  • Tineke de Bunje says:

    I feel warm and more safe and secure now, because I have got the idea that I can control stress and negative thoughts. Thank you very much, Vered! I notice that I have to learn to just observe parts of my body without immediately feel the need to change something in their position or state. But I will take my time.

    • Vered Neta says:

      That’s a great observation Tineke.

      Thanks for this valuable input.

  • Gerdy Heek says:

    I wonder… would this work for my kids as well? They won’t understand the English…

    • Vered Neta says:

      It’s a great question Gerdy, thanks for it.

      It depends how old the kids are… if they are younger than 6-8 years I wouldn’t give them visualizations anyway, more guide them through breathing techniques or exercises of active movement. Small kids are so resilient they still have the ability to let go of stress more than grownups.

      If they are older, I would do a simultaneous translation… anyway the visualization is more to our unconscious mind than our conscious mind, so the translation can relax the conscious part that is stressed of not understanding and allowing the message and energy to go deeper

      • Gerdy Heek says:

        Thank you. I sometimes use for my oldest one visualizations- I tell him a story where I take him to a peaceful place, and it really helps. He is very sensitive and during the day if he gets too much to process, he has a hard time falling asleep. I will definitely try it.

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