Mindfulness-based Time ManagementCourse Materials
Welcome, [memb_contact fields=”FirstName”], to the next phase of your adventure in time.
Each of the weeks will focus on a particular theme:
- Week 1 : Me Time Treats & Deepening Practice
- Week 2 : Practical applications of waking mindfulness
- Week 3 : Awakening of super-sensibilities
Overview of Week 1 : Me Time Treats & Deepening Practice
- Meditation 1 : Just for Today
- Meditation 2 : Just a Few Moments
- Meditation 3 : Just a Thought
- Meditation 4 : Just Illuminate
- Meditation 5 : Just Imagine
- Meditation 6 : Just for Tomorrow
- Meditation 7 : Just Be
Note that you may have heard some of these meditations before as some of them accompany my books or appear on the Insight Timer app. Be mindful that they are all elongated and remastered with different ambient background music. Be observant of how these small changes alter the experience.
The background music for this week’s meditations comes from Eternell’s Portal (Meditation) album.
You can get the music by itself here … Portals by Eternell
And, as an extra bonus, you can also watch how artist Siri Stiklestad Opli created a watercolour live while listening to the first meditation, Just for Today.
Meditation 2 : Just a Few Moments
This meditation revisits the notion from week 1 of the MBTM course that time is merely a set of moments strung together which we experience. The second half of this meditation is music-only so that you can practice observing and quietening the mind under your own steam.
Just a Few Moments
Meditation 3 : Just a Thought
While we are awake, the speed and nature of our thoughts give rise to our sense of passage of time. If you think about it, our internal dialogue, or how we ‘speak in loud’, runs at about the same speed that we think ‘out loud’. Control your thoughts and you control your time!
Just a Thought
Meditation 7 : Just Be
This meditation expands on the concepts of the Just Imagine visualisation. By allowing and letting be, you can set up an even better future than one you can merely imagine. This meditation also allows for quiet contemplation and the practice of calming and quietening your mind under your own volition.