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Steadying Your Mind

Narrated by: Rick Hanson PhD
Length: 40 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (32 ratings)

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The structure of your brain changes constantly in a dynamic, unfolding process that you yourself can help direct to create the life you want. Neuropsychologist Dr. Rick Hanson offers the "Steadying Your Mind" meditation to tap the full creative power of your attention and strengthen the neural circuitry that supports focus and clarity.

Sounds True Practices are short, downloadable audio sessions selected from our most popular courses. Affordably priced and ideal for beginners, they're a powerful way to use energy healing, guided imagery, meditation, and other proven practices at home or on the go. Put them on your smartphone, MP3 player, tablet device, or computer…and start experiencing their benefits today.This session is excerpted from Rick Hanson's audio program Meditations to Change Your Brain (with Richard Mendius, MD).

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Good for beginners

This is a good introduction to meditation with a few different techniques of meditation explored. As a stand-alone meditation, because it is more of a "sampling", it's not ideal. If you are new to meditation, it's perfect. I'll probably do it once more but nothing new or profound here.

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Not all that special

Really short and simple, I don't feel that it touched on some of the stuff that others have touched and it was not fulfilling.