The Meditation Podcast creates an extraordinary meditation experience for people in their everyday lives. Founded in 2006 by husband-and-wife team Jesse & Jeane Stern, the podcast uses guided meditations, binaural beats, mindfulness, and 20+ years experience in Healing Arts. Please use headphones, and do not listen while driving or operating machinery. For our complete archive of meditations, please visit our web site or Patreon.com/theMeditationPodcast.
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As we enter a new year, and a new decade, we may find ourselves ready to change, to grow, to release the old and to claim the new. In today's meditation, we create new intentions for the new decade of 2020. The Meditation Podcast is made possible with great thanks to our Patreon subscribers. Find our community at Patreon.com/theMeditationPodcast
Often the areas of greatest discomfort in our bodies are the areas that require the most attention. Our discomfort may be telling us to slow down, not to worry. It may hold trauma from old injuries, emotional wounds, or regret. One way to release our discomfort, whether physical or emotional, is to simply breathe into it. In today's meditation, we breathe into our discomfort. We give it our attention, our focus, and our breath. Finally, we invite ourselves to let it go. The Meditation Podcast is made possible with great thanks to our Patreon subscribers. Find our community at Patreon.com/theMeditationPodcast
Through meditation, we release tension and focus our minds inward. Through daily practice, we may face opportunities for deeper release, such as chronic tension or old injuries. When we experience fidgeting, difficulty focusing, difficult self-observations, areas of chronic pain or tension, etc., this may be a sign that we are ready for a deeper release. In today's meditation, we use a simple, self-generated vibration to help realign our subtle energy and to release any areas of tension or stuck-ness. Such releases may feel as simple as a gentle letting go. They may also include emotional release such as laughing, crying, trembling, shaking, or feeling hot or cold. Whatever feelings come up (or don't), our goal is to observe our thoughts and sensations while staying focused on the vibration. The Meditation Podcast is made possible with great thanks to our Patreon subscribers. Find our community at Patreon.com/theMeditationPodcast
When we meet someone who has 'found their purpose', what qualities do we notice? Do they seem to have mastered their craft or occupation? Do they seem joyful and content in their day to day lives? How do we find -- and live in -- our true purpose? Is it finding the right job, the right career? Is it becoming really 'good' at something? Or is it as simple as learning to remain present? In today's meditation, we attune ourselves to our deepest thoughts, needs, and desires to find our true purpose. By giving our full attention to this moment -- our breath, and our thoughts -- we open ourselves to the Universe to give us direction through our inner voice. The Meditation Podcast is made possible with great thanks to our subscribers on Patreon. Join our community at Patreon.com/theMeditationPodcast
We all have the capacity to experience love, through both giving and receiving. But over time past hurts and mistrusts can close our hearts to fully experiencing love. We may carry a fear of being hurt again. In turn, we become selective in how much love we give, and how much love we allow ourselves to receive from others. Restricting our hearts in this way stifles our spiritual growth — and it can even affect the body, including the heart itself. In this meditation, we learn to open our hearts by removing any walls we may have built. This increases our capacity to give love openly, and receive love without conditions.The Meditation Podcast is made possible with great thanks to our subscribers on Patreon. Join our community at Patreon.com/theMeditationPodcast