3 Mindfulness Practices for Mind-Body Connection

Checking in with our bodies can be a powerful first step to notice what’s arising right now and offering ourselves what we need to feel our best.

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Our bodies have power to influence our minds, and vice versa. This collection of guided meditations is designed to help show you how.

3 Mindfulness Practices for Mind-Body Connection 1) A Daily Mindful Walking Practice

Often, our journeys from point A to point B are times when we’re tuned out from the world around us. Maybe we listen to a podcast or get lost in our thoughts. With walking meditation, these journeys can become opportunities to gather our awareness. “Whether moving between floors of a building, on a city street, or in the woods, it is an opportunity to guide ourselves out of the distracted autopilot we live in throughout so much of our day,” says Mark Bertin.

  A Daily Mindful Walking Practice 8:33 As you begin, walk at a natural pace. Place your hands wherever comfortable: on your belly, behind your back, or at your sides. If you find it useful, you can count steps up to 10, and then start back at one again. If you’re in a small space, as you reach ten, pause, and with intention, choose a moment to turn around. With each step, pay attention to the lifting and falling of your foot.…