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Mindful Meditation at the Hammer

By UCLA Mindful Awareness Research Center

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Description

Meditation at the Hammer sessions are led by Diana Winston, Director of Mindfulness Education at MARC, and by guest leaders. Each week has a different theme, and usually includes some introductory comments, a guided meditation, some silent practice time, and closing comments. Each session also offers a new daily life practice for the week.

Customer Reviews

What An Incredible Resource!

I can’t get over how helpful this is as a novice meditater.

I am so easily distracted so a guided track is just what I need!

I really appreciate the clinical and professional manner in which these meditations are conducted.

My all-time favorite track is the 2013 “Back To Basics” meditation.

Without fail, it helps relax me and get me in the zone no matter how hectic the day.

This podcast has saved my sanity. Literally.

2015 has been mentally a very hard year and these podcasts have re-trained and keep re-training my brain to healthfully detach from an inherited way of thinking. My downward spiral has ceased and the podcasts have stopped the free fall. I do not want to know where I would be without them!

I feel so much more relaxed and present

This I great. I try to listen to one every day. I never used to meditate because it would annoy me to just sit and do nothing for extensive periods of time. I really have noticed a difference in how I act and take on tasks and challenges now though. I feel so much better doing it because I can block out all the noise that normally consumes us. Especially in our generation with all this technology around us.