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YouTube Mindfulness Videos

Pebble for your Pocket Meditation 6:22
Excellent Mindfulness video by Thich Naht Hahn. He has an Asian accent that may be difficult for some people to understand.

Call Me by My True Names 4:19
Based on the poem of the same name by Thich Naht Hahn. Set to the music of Melissa Etheridge.

The First Mindfulness Training 4:05
Based on the writings of Thich Naht Hahn about compassion.

Mindfulness: Be The Watcher in the Here and Now 2:45
Mindfulness as if you were an outside observer

Mindfulness with a Bonsai Tree 4:09
Produced by “The Garden of Now” about observing without judging

Mindfulness on Waves 2:08
This is literally an opportunity to be mindful of waves. There are no words or voice audio.

Mindful Movements 9:20
The first 3 minutes are instructional. After that Thich Naht Hahn guides the group through 5 of the 10 morning movements. He has an Asian accent that may be difficult for some people to understand.

Walking Meditation 5:44
Thich Naht Hahn talks about it while doing it, encouraging the group to do the same. It is in the context of “pretend you are the happiest person in the world.” He has an Asian accent that may be difficult for some people to understand.

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