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. ► Listen
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. ► Listen
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. ► Listen
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… ► Listen
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. ► Listen
However energetic you are feeling is fine. High energy, low energy, or somewhere in between. Then there are those times when you need to change your energy to fit where you are and what you are doing. For Press and Lower, imagine that you need to bring your energy down. To slow yourself down. ► Listen
Busy minds and bodies can match busy places and times. And then there are places and times that call for calmer minds and calmer bodies.
Our bodies are so connected to our minds that they can help each other settle. Try Belly Breathing to get settled.
Adjust the way… ► Listen
Strengthen your attention with this Mindful Minute Sound Practice. 1-Minute Sound Practice will help you tune in to right now and move forward in a mindful manner. Do it now so you can use it later during regular activities as a mindfulness check-in. ► Listen
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. ► Listen