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Whether you're curious about meditation or seasoned in your practice, you might enjoy a break with one of the tracks below.


A 4.5-minute meditation utilizing deep breathing, self-compassion, and some visualization. This meditation is perfect for starting the day or anytime throughout the day when you may need some time to yourself.

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This visualization leads you to a cozy corner that you can always find again. I encourage you to take intentional cycles of breath while leading you through a safe place in your mind, experienced through the 5 senses.


I recall Dr. Ginger Clark facilitating this visualization in one of my first courses at USC's Marriage and Family Therapy program. It was one of my first academic introductions to mindfulness. I appreciate the reminder that I always have the option to come back home, to myself, as an observer and unattached from external stimuli. It's a refreshing reminder and I have found that it can serve as a vacation for my mind, particularly in times when I may notice more fixations than others.

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