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Season 1 - Episode 12

Day 4: Observe Your Sensations

10 min - Practice


Welcome to Day 4. Lets now become aware and begin to label the sensations in the body in today's meditation practice.
What You'll Need: No props needed


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Rosemary - Thank you for putting together this amazing series. I love the 'walk through' method and detail. Even for people who are practicing or just wanting a refresher/reminder - this is wonderful! Your wholistic style as a yoga instructor and mindfulness meditation practice is such a gift to me and others... Look forward to the rest of the series... XO
You're an angel. Thank you. Xxo.
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nice idea to simply label the sensation as well as the thought (which i am more familiar with) - dissolved some knee discomfort without thinking much more about it. thanks!
Love to hear that! Thank you for sharing the specific shift...
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Totally relaxing. Ive just woken up and now I feel like taking a nap. It's Saturday morning so why not. Really tuning into the subtle sensations of my body and to completely let go. Thanks Rosemary. Namaste.
Yes to napping. Yes to more rest. And to tuning into the subtle sensations of the body... Namaste.
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I just got a "sit set" this week - a large flat cushion and a smaller cylindrical one filled with buckwheat hulls to sit on (Halfmoon, Vancouver). I had tried so many different combos of blocks, etc. to get comfortable before - but this set is sooooo comfortable. I feel supported and at ease, and does that ever make a difference to my attitude towards sitting practice!! 
Yay for a comfortable seat, @Kate! So happy to hear this. It seems simple, but if our seat isn't yummy- the whole thing is doomed from the start. 
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Sitting with sensations of my body is a major step forward in recovery and a better life. Thanks for giving me the tools with your calm instructions and wisdom.  Namaste 
It is my great honor and joy. 
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