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  What position should I be in when I meditate?

Sitting is the most common position and however you sit, make sure you are comfortable. It helps to have a straight spine (so you stay awake) but without straining. You can also lay down, just don't fall asleep. Your mind should always remain alert.







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GUIDED MEDITATIONS

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List of guided meditations

During the course of this program experiment with different types of meditations and think of what would help you create a regular meditation practice and what gets in the way.

Here is a list of guided meditations you may download and listen to as often as you wish. These meditations were recorded by Dr Richard Chambers, a clinical psychologist and mindfulness consultant.    


The body scan (5 min)

The body and breath meditation (5 min)

Working mindfully with emotions (10 min)

The body-breath-sound meditation (10 min)

The body-breath-sound-thought meditation (10 min)

Tuning into your suroundings (10 min)

The 1 minute practice