CDs

 

EASE – Sleep better – Live Better

This collection of meditations is to help you ease your tired sore body to sleep.

Track 1: Sleep – Yoga Nidra

Track 2: Sleep – Releasing visualization

Track 3: Body Care – Knots/backache

Track 4: Body Care – Pain

Track 5: Sleep – Relax into a deep sleep

Track 6: Body Care – Indigestion

 

EASE – Help with Sleep

Vary the length to suit your needs. The actual guided meditations are between 9 and 12 minutes long. You can stop when the voice stops, or continue the meditation on your own with the music. If you continue until the music ends, you will have meditated for about 20 minutes.

Use as guided meditations or to learn how to meditate on your own! Once you’ve listened to these meditations for some time, you will become familiar enough with the process to do them on your own.

Track 1: 5 Minute Rest

Track 2: 7 Minute Rest

Track 3: Breathing

Track 4: Falling Asleep 1

Track 5: Falling Asleep 2

Track 6: Falling Asleep 3

Track 7: Cant Sleep

 

EASE – The Practicalities of Life

Try this collection of short meditations intended to de-stress and relax you.

On the way to the airport or in a taxi, you look at your watch and ask, “Will I make it in time?” Then you start down the tunnel of bad thinking – “if I am late, will I get the next flight?” “Will I have to pay for a change?” “Will there be enough time to make my connection…?”  This is called ruminating. You can ruminate or you can meditate. Those factors are not in your control, so relax.

Track  1: Travel – Anxious

Track  2: Travel – Sardines

Track  3: Travel – Boarding

Track  4: Travel – Delayed

Track  5: Travel – Flying

Track  6: Travel – Waiting

Track  7: Travel – Traffic

Track  8: Office – 5 Minute Break

Track  9: Office – Before a Meeting

Track 10: Office – Group Mindfullness

Track 11: Office – Group Focus

Track 12: Office – Creativity

Track 13: Office – Dull work

 

EASE – Mindful Eating

Avoid dieting by eating more mindfully. Make sure you are mindful before, during, and after eating. By being mindful before eating you can become aware of the actual state of your hunger and thirst as opposed to your emotional one. Don’t be afraid to ask yourself: Do I want to eat for hunger, energy or for an emotional reason? You can also bring attention to being hydrated and how you will feel after eating. Practicing this type of mindfulness will prove to be much more useful than dieting.

The worst thing you can do is eat and do something else at the same time – even watching TV. Before you know it the food is gone and you haven’t even savored one bite!

By being mindful during eating you get to help your digestion by chewing your food better, not swallowing whole mouthfuls. You also get to enjoy you food more. Simply being aware improves the taste so much. You can also watch for signals that tell you that you are full or have had enough.

Here are some practical guided meditations you can use.

Track 1: Eating– Emotional Eating

Track 2: Eating– Snacking Mindfully

Track 3: Before eating

Track 4: Hungry

Track 5: Emotional Pain

Track 6: Bad thoughts

Track 7: Virtual Snack

Track 8: Chewing

 

EASE – Living with emotion

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

These relaxing meditations guide you through the experiences of Anger, Pain, Loss, Gratitude, Connectedness etc.  Processing Emotions using meditation is extremely powerful bringing short and long term peace and recovery.

Vary the length to suit your needs. The actual guided meditations are between 9 and 12 minutes long. You can stop when the voice stops, or continue the meditation on your own with the music. If you continue until the music ends, you will have meditated for about 20 minutes.

Use as guided meditations or to learn how to meditate on your own! Once you’ve listened to these meditations for some time, you will become familiar enough with the process to do them on your own.

Track 1: Coping with Pain

Track 2: Gratefulness Meditation

Track 3: Allowing Anger to Pass

Track 4: Grief

Track 5: Letting Go

Track 6: Emotional– Loneliness

Track 7: Emotional– Body Hate