Mindfulness and meditation resources

Hester Hill Schnipper, LICSW, OSW-C Program Manager Emeritus, Oncology Social Work

MAY 01, 2019

Meditation ClassWe are all aware of the benefits of mindfulness and meditation. No matter how well intentioned we are, it can be difficult to find the right resources and sustain interest and motivation and discipline to make a meditation practice part of our daily lives. This excellent resource list was recently shared with my professional Listserv, and I am delighted, with permission, to pass them along.

Mindfulness Meditation Links
From: Barbara J Martin, CAM Practitioner
Lilyheart@att.net

These Mindfulness Meditations are ones that I have found to be helpful and recommend them to people who are open to try. There is quite a bit of academic research available and on Mindfulness Meditation, and it is considered "evidence based practice."

If you can combine daily Mindfulness Meditation practice with a nutrition and fitness lifestyle change, you may increase your overall mental, emotional and physical well-being exponentially.

The following list contains some great meditations I have found to be beneficial:

These first two are quick and easy MORNING routines:

All of the rest of these meditations are nighttime (or could be daytime - if you have an hour to rest/take a nap during the day):

These two are from Jason Stephenson – I think he has a soothing voice!)

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