Guided Meditation:

A Simple Focusing of the Attention

Free Guided Meditation - A Simple Focusing of the Attention

A Simple Focusing of the Attention

18-Minute Guided Meditation

Follow/Subscribe:  Insight Timer | YouTube

This 18-minute meditation provides a simple focusing of the attention on the natural sensation of the body.

"It requires simplicity to do this – and that’s the beauty of it.  Just a simple focusing of the attention.

It’s actually very pleasant, very nourishing to focus on the natural sensation of the body.  This sensation is an aspect of the well-being of the body.  It is felt in this simplicity.

This is the same peace and rest of deep, dreamless sleep and why we love it so much."

Recorded in a Meditation 1 class on 30/4/2024.

Free Guided Meditations

Returning to Inner Peace (10 Min)

Returning to Inner Peace (10 Min)

Ease, Letting Go and Vital Life (17 Min)

Ease, Letting Go and Vital Life (17 Min)

Better Focus and Attention (23 Min)

Better Focus and Attention (23 Min)

Orienting to Silence (18 Min)

Orienting to Silence (18 Min)

Awareness: Where Freedom Lies (12 Min)

Awareness: Where Freedom Lies (12 Min)

Allowing and Calming (15 Min)

Allowing and Calming (15 Min)

Interested in joining a meditation class?

Meditation 1 (for beginners) starts in Feb, Apr, Jul & Oct each year, in line with NSW school terms.

Meditation Articles

How Does Meditation Work? A practical perspective on how meditation works to quieten the mind, relax the body and reduce stress and emotional reactivity.  Also covered is the key to successful meditation and the overall purpose of meditation. To gain an understanding of how meditation works, we’ll approach it from

How Does Meditation Work?

Tips for Dealing with Resistance to MeditationIt is very common for beginners to feel resistance to meditating and/or restless during meditation.  Even experienced meditators will experience this from time to time.  In this article we will look at why this is the case, the different forms of resistance to look

Tips for Dealing with Resistance to Meditation