The guided meditation is provided in video format so that hearing folks can close their eyes and listen, and Deaf and hard of hearing folks can read it.
You could listen or watch during your lunch break, during your kid's baseball practice, or cozied up on the couch. My favorite things to do is lay in bed to listen. It's soooo relaxing.
If you haven't done guided meditation before, you're in for a treat. It's a mindfulness practice that can help you learn to listen to your thoughts and body more intentionally. You'll relax and listen or read as I guide you through thinking about giving yourself compassion for the stress you're experiencing.
Guided meditations are one of my favorite emotional self-care practices, so I'm excited to share with you.
Guided meditations are one tool that is available each month through the Teacher Care Network Membership. I'm excited to be able to offer all the online resources through the Teacher Care Network phone app, so you can take them on the go!
If you a haven't checked out the membership yet, hop on over and browse a bit.
Enjoy your meditation!
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