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Mindful : August 2019
TUNE IN TO mindful Wake Up: A Mindful Movement Practice from Cara Bradley A Beginner’s Body Scan Meditation from Elaine Smookler A Meditation for Easing into Sleep from Diana Winston A 3-PART SELF-GUIDED MINDFUL MINI-RETREAT 1 2 3 Move. When you star t your day on autopilot—rolling from your pillow, to your phone’s notifications, to your coffee, and then to work without pause—you miss out on insights that could help shape the rest of your day. Follow this mindful movement practice to intentionally star t your morning with movement, breath, and stillness so you can focus your mind, energize your body, and listen in. Relax. Often when we’re stressed or overwhelmed, we aim to calm down our breathing or our thoughts— overlooking the impact that stress also has on our whole body. By practicing a body scan, you can invite your attention to wander towards those places where you may be holding stress, and give yourself the oppor tunity to release tension in a clenched jaw or tight shoulders. This gentle practice is useful for beginners and experienced meditators alike. Sleep. This sleep meditation guides you through feeling whatever sensations are present by scanning the body for vibrations, tingling sensations, heaviness, pressure, movement, heat, coolness. When we notice these sensations without trying to change them or make them different, and simply bring mindful curiosity and openness to the present moment, we allow ourselves the freedom to drift off to dreamland. Visit mindful.org/tunein for featured meditations from Cara Bradley, Elaine Smookler, and Diana Winston. MindfulnessNorthwest.org Serving the Pacific Northwest since 2011 August 2019 mindful 75