Just This Breath

Just This Breath

By Davis Mindfulness Center
Just This Breath is designed to support you in cultivating a personal mindfulness practice join us for guided practices and discussions of mindfulness-related topics. Mindfulness involves learning to pay attention to what is happening in the present moment in a manner that is compassionate, nonreactive, and nonjudgmental, and can assist us in getting out of the cycle of habitual stress reactivity and develop greater stress resilience.

Produced by Davis Behavioral Health.

Questions or comments? Email us at mindfulness@dbhutah.org
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Episode 2 Bonus Content: Awareness of Breath Practice Only
This is the Awareness of Breath Practice introduced in episode 2. Listen to the full episode 2 for the explanatory content as well as this practice. A service of Davis Behavioral Health.
06:06
March 17, 2020
Episode 2 - This Wandering Mind & the Awareness of Breath Practice
Join us for a beginning exploration of what it’s like to work with the wandering mind. All of our minds wander! In fact, as humans, our minds wander about 47% of the time. We get lost in the past, the future, and in analysis of what’s happening in the present. Unfortunately, this mind-wandering, auto pilot state is associated with unhappiness. So our practice becomes re-tuning and returning to the present in a way that is gentle and compassionate, yet intentional. Join us for the Awareness of Breath practice to begin working with this wandering mind. Reach out to us at mindfulness@dbhutah.org with comments or questions. A service of Davis Behavioral Health.
13:44
March 17, 2020
Episode 1 Bonus Content: STOP Practice Only
This episode contains the STOP practice only. For the full episode and explanation, see episode 1 season 1. A service of Davis Behavioral Health.
07:01
March 17, 2020
Episode 1: Introduction to Mindfulness & the STOP Practice
Join us for a brief introduction to mindfulness and guidance in the STOP practice. The STOP practice can be done anytime throughout the day and helps us to create a little space between a stressful situation and our response to it. Questions or comments? Reach out to us at mindfulness@dbhutah.org A service of Davis Behavioral Health
15:18
March 17, 2020