10 Guided Meditations from the Powerful Women of the Mindfulness Movement

As we celebrate the women leaders of mindfulness, we invited teachers, researchers, and activists to share guided meditations that reflect what they’ve learned from their years of deep practice.

In celebration of International Women’s Day, we’ve gathered guided meditations from some of the powerful women of the mindfulness movement. Here they share their deep practice with you so you can be inspired not only to sit and practice, but also to rise and act.

1) A 10-Minute Meditation to Cultivate Embodied Awareness Sebene Selassie Mindfulness Teacher, Author, and Speaker

“Mindfulness presents the opportunity for us to be more fully present for ourselves, our loved ones, and the earth.”

Read and practice the guided meditation script below, pausing after each paragraph. Or listen to the audio practice.

  A 10-Minute Meditation to Cultivate Embodied Awareness 11:22 Guided Meditation: Take a moment to find a comfortable position. You don’t need to be in a particular posture. You can be standing, sitting, or even lying down. The most important thing is that you feel relaxed and alert. Make sure that you have some openness in the front of your body. You can roll your shoulders up and back. Or if you’re lying down, just allow your shoulders to really relax into the floor. You want to have some uprightness or length in your…

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