Mindfulness meditation has become an accepted part of therapeutic processes in many areas; physical health, mental health and spirituality. Reputable medical and psychological organizations are touting the benefits of meditation for everything from cancer therapy to depression. And these results have been proven to be extremely effective over many years of testing.

One of the attractive aspects of mindfulness meditation is its simplicity. It is easy to learn, easy to practice and very powerful in its results.

There are many good mindfulness meditation practices available. At this website are links to some of the very best. We are recommending some do it yourself meditation practices and some guided mindfulness meditations. Often it is easier to begin your meditation practice with some guidance.


The first site we recommend is http://1ness4u.wordpress.com/meditation/. This site has a number of free mindfulness meditations written out that you can learn easily. You can also record the scripts and then play them back for yourself. There are also some excellent articles on depression, meditation, mindfulness and spirituality.

The other site we recommend is www.lightunlimitedpublishing.com. This site has guided mindfulness meditations, guided meditations designed with different purposes and mindfulness meditation music. These award winning meditations have been used by thousands of people for the past 30 years and are still some of the very best on available anywhere.

Another site that has a set of very good beginning mindfulness meditation training mp3s is www.meditation-download.com. If you would like to learn to meditate then these mp3s are perfect for you.

For Mindfulness trainings and workshops we highly recommend; JBS Group at www.corporateconsulting.net/otherservices.htm

Here is a mindfulness meditation video: http://youtu.be/nkk43rRlpI8

Curious about mindfulness meditation? Try it.
Like anything you want to become good at it takes practice The more you practice the better you will get at it.

Mindfulness Meditations by Jon Shore