Meditating in Nature
App-Based Guided Meditations
Hosted by Waking Up
In Meditating in Nature, Mark Coleman invites us to cultivate “the joy and profundity of a nature-based practice.”
Across eight guided sessions, Mark reveals how the simplest of experiences—”listening to morning birdsong, gazing up at the vastness of the night sky, lying in a wildflower meadow”—can make meditation more effortless and enjoyable, and even “open the mind to insight about timeless truths.”
Cultivating the Boundless Qualities of the Heart
Hosted byInsight Timer
Over 10 sessions these beautiful practices will help you develop the profound loving capacity of the heart. You will cultivate the sublime meditations of Love, Compassion, Joy, Forgiveness and Empathy. You begin by cultivating a kind presence towards yourself and then grow this boundless heart to include all life so you live with a loving presence wherever you go.
Mindfulness in Nature
Cultivating Embodied Awareness
Hosted by Sangha Live
Ancient wisdom teachings, including those of the Buddha, ask humans to pay attention to the richness of life on our planet, to offer gratitude for all that we receive, and to care for all living things. And yet, while the earth calls for our attention, our focus is lost in digital screens and indoor living. As a result, we feel deeply disconnected, distracted, and dulled. We also fail to respond wisely as the earth and its species suffer greatly.
The good news? We can reawaken our sensory awareness by stepping out into any natural setting and skillfully expanding our field of our attention. Through meditation in the natural world, we can open our minds and hearts, and form a deeper connection with all living things.
Freedom from the Inner Critic
Hosted by Mindfulness.com
We’ve all heard the voice of the inner critic – that part of us that judges us, shames us, and makes us feel inadequate. Mark shares a practical pathway for freeing yourself from self-doubt and restoring your sense of worthiness. Enjoy 7 days of audio teachings and meditations. Each day includes a 5-10-minute lesson and a 10-minute meditation.