Home » Archives for Wynne Kinder

Author: Wynne Kinder

Expanding Breath

Expanding Breath

Expanding Breath can be a foundational and helpful practice for settling and really creating focus.
It connects your mind and the core of your body a little bit more with each breath.
Try one, two, or three and notice for yourself that you can bring back your attention.

Read more

Parade Practice

Parade Practice

For this Parade Practice, we’re going to focus our attention primarily on thoughts for this practice.
We’re not erasing, ignoring or clearing them away, we’re going to practice observing them, in all their – busy, crowded, racing, demanding your attention – glory.
Without judgment, we’ll practice observing whatever is present.

Read more

Interlaced Tracing Practice

Interlaced Tracing Practice – Level 3

Our ability to regulate thoughts and actions can begin with where we place and even move our attention. This Interlaced Tracing Practice utilizes the moving of attention, tracking and returning attention when it wanders. This is a higher level practice due to the need to retrieve attention and remember where you left off.

Read more

Invisible Tracing Practice

Invisible Tracing Practice – Level 2

Our ability to regulate thoughts and actions can begin with where we place and even move our attention. This Invisible Tracing Practice utilizes the moving of attention, tracking and returning attention when it wanders.
We’ll incorporate breath as a tool for strengthening attention but with very little physical movement.

Read more

Tracing Practice

Tracing Practice – Level 1

Our ability to regulate thoughts and action can begin with where we place and even move our attention. This Tracing Practice utilizes the moving of attention, tracking and returning attention when it wanders. We’ll incorporate breath as a tool for strengthening attention.

Read more

Soft Belly Breath

Soft Belly Breath

Soft Belly Breath can be a helpful practice for settling and creating focus, after just a single breath.
It connects your mind and your body a little bit more with each repetition.
Try one, two or three and notice for yourself what you create in your body, in your mind. This is your practice, your tool for focusing from the inside.

Read more

3-minute do nothing

3-Minute Do Nothing

Can you believe it? A 3-minute Do Nothing practice! Doing nothing on purpose can help calm the ADHD mind, develop tolerance for boredom, and can increase clarity and focus.
Give yourself permission, make it a practice to do nothing, for three, solid minutes.

Read more

2-minute Do Nothing

2-Minute Do Nothing

You’re really going to do this: a 2-minute Do Nothing practice! Doing nothing on purpose can help calm the ADHD mind, develop tolerance for boredom, and can increase clarity and focus.
Give yourself permission, make it a practice to do nothing, for two, solid minutes.

Read more