2-Minute Mindful Meditation for Beginners
Updated: Sep 17, 2022
Connect with your mind and body by scanning your senses in this quick mindful meditation.
Not really sure how to describe how you’re feeling but looking for a way to check in with your mind and body? I have a 2-minute practice for you.
Check out this quick mindful meditation practice on my Stand Up for Your Self-Care YouTube Channel. This practice is also featured in my award-winning book 108 Yoga and Self-Care Practices for Busy Mamas. I also released How to Stay Calm in Chaos: An Everyday Self-Care Guide in 2020 to help busy people navigate a chaotic life.
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Practice It: Scan Your Senses in 2 Mindful Minutes
Begin in a comfortable seat and turn your attention to your breath.
Begin to notice the touch of your sit bones where you’re sitting. Notice where your hands are placed. What is your skin touching?
Notice the sounds around you. What to you hear?
Notice the smells around you. What do you smell?
Notice any tastes in your mouth. What do you taste?
Notice what colors you see with your eyes closed. What do you see?
After a few more mindful breaths, guide your attention back to your breath.
I guide you through this practice in the 2-Minute Mindful Meditation for Beginners video on my Stand Up for Your Self-Care YouTube Channel. Subscribe to my channel to stay updated on all of my latest self-care videos.
Try this practice every morning for a month and notice what comes up for you.
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Note that this website and the Stand Up for Your Self-Care YouTube Channel are for informational purposes only and should not be used as a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Speak with your doctor before beginning any new exercise routine or wellness plan.