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GUIDED MEDITATIONS

by Nathan Sutter

Our posture offers us a unique doorway into our mind. 

Connecting with the bodily experience, carefully easing into the posture and creating space for the breath to come and go naturally can have profound implications for our health and mental well-being. 

By practicing formally in a quiet place, we can easily develop the habit of mindfulness, bringing more creativity, joy and openness into our sometimes busy everyday lives.