Guided sensory meditation (audio)

Over the past week we have explored what we can see, what we can feel, what we can hear and taste. Which sense do you most connect with each day? Taking just a few seconds to connect to your senses every day all helps build mindfulness into your daily routine, reduce a busy over thinking mind, reduce stress, anxiety and pain. Take the sense challenge and notice how many times you use your senses each day to help improve wellness.

If you struggle to sleep, suffer from a busy over thinking mind, feel pain regularly you may benefit from sensory guided meditation.

I have recorded a guided meditation for you below.

Island of tranquility guided meditation

by Sharon Elizabeth Best

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