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[b][Inner Dimension] Meditation in Motion [2022][/b]
Size: 3 GB Type: eLearning Year: 2022 Version: 2022


Manufacturer: Inner Dimension
Handout type: Video tutorial
Author: Lauren Eckstrom
Duration: ~
Release year: 2022
English language
Translation: MissingDescription: Overview
Rumi once asked, "do you make regular visits to yourself?"
This series is an invitation to visit and re-visit not just yourself but the foundation of your practice. Whether you are new to yoga or looking to deepen the meditative connection to your practice, the classes in this series are thematic slow flows accessible to all levels that build in intensity as the series progresses.
Each of the 20 minute moving meditations focus on themes found in traditional mindfulness practice such as the breath, body, gratitude, loving-kindness and acceptance.
grounding breath
Focused on the breath, this moving meditation is a gentle vinyasa-less yoga practice focused on postures such as Warrior One, Triangle and Tree Pose with the intention of bringing you home to the present moment, one breath at a time. Your breath is considered one of the first foundations of mindfulness because your breath is always happening in the present moment.
In this practice you will use your breath as the primary anchor for your attention as you practice returning your awareness back to your breath again and again building steadiness and clarity.
Your Body, Your Home
Your physical body is considered the first foundation of mindfulness because along with your breath, your body is always in the present moment. In this moving meditation you will build upon your first practice and along with the breath you will use the body as an anchor for your awareness.
Each time your mind wanders or drifts, you'll simply practice returning your awareness to your physical body as you build the skills of focus, concentration and single-tasking for improved well-being, cognition and overall stability.
Gratitude Embodied
Gratitude is a clinically studied emotion proven to increase energy, well-being, and immunity, improve sleep and decrease the experience of pain. And, like any skill, our ability to experience and express gratitude can improve with practice. During this moving meditation you will practice returning your awareness to gratitude as you practice the power of thanks in the present moment.
Building upon your previous two practices, this practice begins to work your growing edge with more vinyasas, postures such as Humble Warrior, gentle spinal twists and a slightly faster pace.
Flow of Loving-Kindness
Loving-Kindness is described as friendliness - kindness that we show not only to others but also to ourselves. It is the act of both self-love and collective empathy. Ultimately, it is the emotion that connects us to each other no matter our challenges, differences or struggles.
Building upon your last 3 classes in this series, this practice focuses on heart-opening postures such as Half Bow, Dancer's Pose and Camel Pose to help access the inward and outward expressions of innate kindness from your heart and closes with a brief loving-kindness meditation.
as you are
We are encouraged to bring certain attitudes to our mindfulness practice which are ways in which we treat ourselves, our minds and the totality of our practice. Non-striving, simply being as you are, is one of these key attitudes which includes the attitudes of patience, non-judgment and trust. In this practice you will move without agenda or end goal. You will practice with the understanding that there is nowhere to get to, nothing to achieve and that this moment is complete exactly as it is, exactly as you are.
Building upon the first 4 classes in this series, this final moving meditation is a culmination of breath, body and presence as you practice balancing postures such as Eagle Pose and Warrior III and increase strength with modified side plank, modified push ups, and subtle core work.
Quality: WEBRip
Format: MKV
Audio codec: AAC
Video: AVC, 1920x1080 (16:9), 23.976 fps, 1800 kb/s (0.036 bit/pixel)
Audio: AAC, 48.0 kHz, 2 ch




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