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Read or listen to our guided mindfulness and meditation practices designed for ADHD.

Walking Practice

Walking Practice

Walking Practice brings your attention to the present moment, over and over again – with every step. The goal is to BE where you are, not to GET anywhere. Simply BE. One step at a time. Find a small space, a flat surface – grass, concrete, a rug – where you can walk without obstacles…
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Yawn Practice

Yawn Practice

Sometimes simple, everyday activities can go unappreciated. But yawning will have its day. It can be a practice of both awakening and activating as well as calming and settling your nervous system. Need a reset, a personal reboot? Try this, intentionally yawn. Make it a practice and notice the outcome. For you…
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Staring Practice

Staring Practice

Here it is, possibly the simplest, most natural form of attention training ever, Staring Practice. Yes, you get to stare - stare at an object or into space. You can reclaim the terms staring into space, zoning out and daydreaming.
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Mindful Minute 1-Minute STOP

1-Minute STOP

Take a Mindful Minute. Listen to our guided 1-Minute STOP Practice to help you pay attention to right now and move forward in a mindful manner. Then, try it on your own during regular activities as a mindfulness check-in.
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10 Mini Check Ins

Only have a couple of seconds? Want to practice doing mindfulness during your day? Try these 10 Mini Check Ins to see which ones work well for you.
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Sensory Practice

Sensory Practice

Daily life, even a busy one, can allow for moments to pause and check in. This practice can be used anywhere and at any time, as a mindful awareness habit. You can check in and expand your awareness beyond thoughts and emotions. Settle into a chair or find a way of standing…
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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.
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Waves of Breath

Waves of Breath

Focusing your attention on the subtleties in life can strengthen that attention – your attention. Imagery and visualizations are tools for attention training. Try working with waves on the ocean and waves of your breath. This Waves of Breath practice will strengthen your ability to direct your focus on both breath…
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Tick Tock

Tick Tock

When you find yourself needing or wanting to settle, it is helpful to have tools to try: tools that your mind and body are familiar with and can help you shift. Tick Tock is a private practice including movement, with a connection to a time-honored strategy of rocking yourself to sleep…
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Power On, Power Off

Power On, Power Off

Regulating and possibly releasing extra energy can be especially helpful if you have ADHD. Power On, Power Off is an energetic practice that you can use when you need to settle - both mind and body..
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Counting Breath

Counting Breath

Counting Breath might create a sense of steadiness – that inner strength that we need to keep showing up, keep going – even when something feels challenging or unfamiliar. Especially when something feels challenging or unfamiliar. Build a steady link in your body and your mind, with practice, with breath.
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Mindful Minute 1-Minute Body Scan

1-Minute Body Scan

Practice this guided 1-Minute Body Scan to help you gain focus and bring your attention to the present moment. Then, try it on your own during regular activities as a mindfulness check-in.
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