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“Mindfulness means paying attention with a gentle, friendly attitude; on purpose, in the present moment, and non-judgmentally.”
http://franticworld.com Danny Penman author of best-selling book: ‘Mindfulness – Finding Peace in a Frantic World’ written with Mark Williams
Melli O’Brien – mindfulness teacher – secular. If you subscribe you will get access to a free video.
This is a 5 minute video Melli did on Mindfulness
http://mrsmindfulness.com/9-mindfulness-videos/ This link will take you to 9 talks on mindfulness.
This is a video on the research on mindfulness
www.shamashalidina.com Shamash Alidina Wrote a book Mindfulness for dummies. You can also do a free 7-day mindfulness course. Click on get started and then Resources.
https://www.tarabrach.com Tara Brach Mindfulness teacher. Her mindfulness is based in the Buddhist tradition. Go to her page and click on the drop-down menu called Meditations for lots of different meditations http://www.dharma.org Joseph Goldstein – Site is called Insight Meditation Society. Also in the Buddhist tradition. Go to this site and click on Resources and Audio for a couple of free longer guided mindfulness meditations and free talks.
http://www.dharma.org/resources/audio#guided This link takes you straight to the Free audios.
www.rickhanson.net Rick Hanson – also does meditations based in the Buddhist tradition. Go to his website and click on the drop-down menu called Teaching and then click on Guided Meditation Practices.
http://www.breathworks-mindfulness.org.uk Vidyamala Burch was trained in the Buddhist tradition however this site is secular. She suffers from chronic pain so her meditations are good for people with pain. You can do on-line courses.
If you click on the link below you can get access to free audio guided meditations. You do need to give your email address but of course you can easily unsubscribe
www.focusing.org Official Focusing site with most of Eugene Gendlin’s writings. Focusing teachers belong to this organisation and are certified by it.
www.focusingresources.com Ann Weiser Cornell’s website.
www.creatingconnections.com.au Jane Quayle’s website
Rene Veugelers www.ftcz.nl
FREE Guided Mindfulness Meditation audios
You can download a free app called “Insight Timer” which has a bell and a timer you can use and lots of free meditations. You can just experiment. You can also pay to upgrade to get access to more meditations.
http://www.oxfordmindfulness.org Mark Williams – – Psychologist – The Oxford Mindfulness centre. Mindfulness based Cognitive therapy
This site is part of Oxford University. It is secular and research based on the benefits of mindfulness.
If you click on the link below you will be taken to the resources page. You can buy meditations here or click on the YouTube 3-minute meditation and get access to other YouTube guided meditations.