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MeditationEnd of Day

End of Day

Don’t take the day’s events to bed with you. No matter what's been going on—at work or at home—everyone deserves the opportunity to let go of inner chatter. As night draws in, draw a line under your day ... and discover a place of rest.

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So just taking a moment to pause, be still, eyes open, soft focus. And when you're ready, just taking a big, deep breath, breathing in through the nose and out through the mouth. As you breathe out, you can just gently close the eyes, and just allowing the body to sink down, feeling of weight, letting go of any thinking. Allowing thoughts to come and go. Just imagining a steady flow of warm sunlight. Just flowing down through the body, dissolving any tension, any discomfort, as it begins to fill the body, starting with the toes, moving up through the feet and the legs. So that idea of sunshine and qualities of warmth, space, ease, as it continues to travel up through the body, up past the waist to the back and the stomach. Again, it's as though it just washes away any discomfort. It continues up through the chest and the back, into the shoulders and down the arms, all the way down to the hands and fingers. A sense of relief in the body, stillness in the mind, as it continues to travel up through the neck and the throat, into the head and the face, all the way to the very top of the body, until there's nothing other than that sense of sunlight remaining. And just gently bringing the attention back to the body. You can just open your eyes in your own time now....


Duration3-10 min

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  • A former Buddhist monk, Andy has guided people in meditation and mindfulness for 20 years. In his mission to make these practices accessible to all, he co-created the Headspace app in 2010.

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