(17 minutes) Sumitra Judith Burton – Natural Rest and Simple Inquiry
Coming to rest in the body and practicing the Simple Inquiry. In this 17-minute guided rest we find our way to a sense of stillness in the body and then explore whatever appears to be not at rest in our thoughts and sensations using the Simple Inquiry.
(23 minutes) Lisa Meuser – Resting with discomfort
Resting with discomfort, listening to the body. In this 23 minute rest we slowly and gently explore both what is comfortable and what is uncomfortable, and listening to the body amidst both.
(23 minutes) Lisa Meuser – Being Held
In this 23 minute rest, originally led in a gathering event, Lisa guides participants into safely and gently discovering a gentle holding that is both practical and profound for the nervous system.
(30 minutes) Lisa Meuser – The Actual Factual
In this 30 minute rest recording, Lisa gently and curiously guides you through what she calls “the actual factual”, what is here, now.
Lisa Meuser – Rest with Discomfort and Comfort
This 30 minute guided rest gently explores the senses, inviting you to become more familiar and intimate with yourself. It also curiously explores comfort and discomfort, and might be useful when you are feeling physical pain or you are longing for comfort.
(30 minutes) Lisa Meuser – New Ways to Gently Include your Body
This rest, which spontaneously occurred during a Gathering event, was created for people looking to safely and gently explore and connect with their body in ways they may not have considered. Different options are given throughout the rest recording, allowing the listener to lean into what best resonates for them.
Listeners are invited to “pause” the recording any time they would like more time to be with what has arisen.
From a client: “This rest recording is very safe and inviting for me. Safety is created in part through the offering of gentle options. I recommend this for anxious people. For people who are looking to explore grounding. For people looking for guided meditation.”
(14 minutes) Lisa Meuser – What is Simple Now Rest
The mind tends to complicate things. In this short rest, taken from a Gathering event, we curiously include what is simple now. This rest does not focus on the breath, as that can be challenging for some. This rest does not focus on the breath, as that can be challenging for some.
(1 hour 14 minutes) Fiona Robertson – Session on Non-Acceptance
Here’s the recording of a session in which the client spontaneously used ‘Thank you for arising, I love you, you’re welcome to stay.’ We were looking for what it was that was difficult to accept. A week or so later, she described the session as “powerful and truly life altering.”
Fiona Robertson – Ten Minute Rest
A short guided rest meditation to bring you into awareness of the present moment.
(1 hour 9 minutes) Fiona Robertson – Session on Body Issues
Here’s a session exploring body issues with Andrea. After the session, she commented, “the session helped me to be more compassionate with THIS body and its symptoms.”
(15 minutes) Lisa Meuser 15 Minute Rest
With this rest, and any rest, I encourage you to pause the recording when it resonates so that you can spend more time in exploration. In this simple rest we explore attention and how we connect with what’s in attention.
(30 minutes) Lisa Meuser “Hi, Ok, I Love You”.
In this facilitated rest I use a different version of the mantra “‘Thank you for arising, I love you, you’re welcome to stay” as a way to gently become more intimate with the expressions of experience.
(30 minutes) Lisa Meuser – Body Exploration Rest
A session of rest exploring the body.
(30 minutes) Lisa Meuser – Walking Rest
In this facilitated rest I reference different aspects of experience while out on a walk. This can be done while walking, or while stationary.
(25 minutes) Lisa Meuser – Full Body Meditation
A session of resting and exploring the body.
(55 minutes) Lisa Meuser – Body Identification Rest
A session of rest exploring body identification.
(55 minutes) Lisa Meuser – Stimulus, Response, Rest
In this facilitated rest I reference the stimulus and response mechanism that is part of our experience.
(55 minutes) Lisa Meuser – Breathing Rest
In this rest I slowly and curiously explore the breathing mechanism.