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Tara Brach Guided Meditations

Discussion in 'Spirituality and ME/CFS' started by Dreambirdie, Mar 3, 2013.

  1. Dreambirdie

    Dreambirdie work in progress

    N. California
    Tara Brach is a Buddhist teacher and psychotherapist, who has written some good articles about non-resistance in meditation.

    Some of her guided meditations are on audio on this page.

    I really like the 5th one down in the section called Basic Meditations, on "The Breath As A Portal To Presence." It's much easier for me to do guided meditations, than to attempt to just sit on my own these days, when my mind is buzzzing from pollen allergies. I find her angle on meditation as a process of softening and acceptance of what is to be very helpful.

    Check it out and see what you think.
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  2. Seewell

    Seewell Senior Member

    Will check your links out DB.I know what u mean about guided meditations,i find they get me there quicker
    if im having trouble concentrating.
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  3. golden

    golden Senior Member

    Clear Light
    Thank you :)

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