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Summary

Does mindfulness practice improve your physical, social, and mental well-being? Dr. Siegel invites you to discover the mindful brain, starting with this introductory mindfulness exercise that uses the breath as a tool to both focus and observe the mind’s attention.

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 Dan Siegel’s 4-CD audio program The Mindful Brain.

©2014 Daniel J. Siegel (P)2014 Daniel J. Siegel

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  • Ms. Hermine Drossos
  • 20-05-15

A ridiculous price for a underwhelming 10 minutes. Phooey,

Very disappointed in this . A waste of money. Compare to rod Watson and you find a huge difference.

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  • Isaac
  • 19-04-15

IT has no ending!

If I can I will return it! While the grounding is OK it does not say when to stop. Really awkward

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 11-03-15

wishing for more

I was hoping for more than one exercise. this in itself is a wonderful exercise. Always love Dan Siegel's work!

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  • Sarah Greene
  • 25-02-15

Very nice intro to mindfulness

This is a wonderfully relaxing and I love how it fades to nothing. It's short but it's sweet. A nice one to have in your collection.

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  • Faraneh
  • 15-05-17

Good but short

It's shorter than what I was expecting but I guess that's mediation as we know.

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  • Shawna
  • 04-12-16

great

love this. this is really really awesome. I love love love this! I use it all the time.

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  • Michelle Sullivan
  • 23-11-16

Calming

I like the metaphor of the mind being an ocean and finding that calm deep within. I do not like how it just ends.

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  • Robert Armstrong
  • 25-06-16

great intro to mindfulness

simple, gentle and clear
loved the way attention was introduced
length is perfect as a taste of mindfulness

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 06-01-16

Excellent short meditation

This is an excellent short meditation, especially for times when you feel agitated or out of focus. Be aware, though, that there's no sound, like a bell, to signal the ending. The recording ends with a period of silence, and it's up to you to decide how long to continue.

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  • TheSchweets
  • 05-03-15

Good, short practice.

This was a really short, calming meditation that helped me center myself a bit. Left me wanting more but will be really good when I need something brief to help me regain control of my emotions.