Meditating during your daily commute can be a powerful tool to bring you home to yourself at the moment — with aftereffects that stay throughout the day. You can practice it whether walking, driving, riding public transport, or taking a flight. Services offered to adolescents and adults.
- Commuting is a great time to focus on self-positivity instead of using it idly
- The meditation for daily commutes is designed to make you feel the present moment
- It invites you to take a break from the digital world while commuting
- It connects you with the present moment by tuning in to your environment and physical sensations
- It helps you get centered and find your purpose for the day or evening ahead
- It helps to alleviate mental, physical, and internal stressors, helping you arrive fully at work or home at the end of the day
- It keeps you calm so you can have a mindful, enjoyable commute
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This exercise will make you feel the present moment.
Taking public transport
This meditation is designed to take a break from the digital world while commuting on public transport.
This short meditation is designed to help you get centered and find your purpose for the day or evening ahead.
This exercise invites you to relax so you can have a mindful, enjoyable flight. You can also download it offline and play it after you have boarded.
When we have a break in our day, our first inclination is not to relax. We feel vulnerable at times when there is a gap in our schedule.
This meditation is designed to connect you with the present moment by tuning in to your environment and physical sensations as you walk.
Yes. You can meditate while commuting. It can be a powerful tool to bring you home to yourself at the moment — with aftereffects that stay throughout the day. It can also alleviate physical, mental, and internal stressors, helping you arrive fully at work or home.
Yes. Regular meditation helps lessens stress, so the amygdala is not overstimulated, and you don't go into that freeze, flight, or fight reaction when you are phobic.
You do not have to be sitting on a cushion or the floor with your closed eyes in a full-lotus position to practice mindfulness. You can do it while driving, walking home, at school, or at work.
Yes. Today, many people meditate in whatever way makes them feel comfortable. You can meditate anywhere, even when you're on a packed train or during a flight.
Meditation offers a sense of calm, peace and balance that can benefit your emotional well-being and overall health. You can also relax and cope with stress by focusing on something calming. It can help you learn to stay centered and keep inner peace.