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Get Out of Your Head

Today’s get out of your head meditation will give you an opportunity to practice letting go of the avalanche of thoughts in your mind, so you can get out of your head and into the beauty of this present moment.

The intention of this meditation is to give you an opportunity to practice letting go of the avalanche of thoughts in your mind, so you can get out of your head and into the beauty of this present moment.

So Let’s Begin…

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GET OUT OF YOUR HEAD MEDITATION SCRIPT

So let yourself settle into a comfortable position,

Softening your body,

And finding the rhythm of your breath.

Easy, slow breathes, in and out.

Cool on the inhale,

Warm on the exhale.

Follow the air into your belly,

Stretching out as you breathe in,

Contracting as you breathe out.

Breathe…

PAUSE…

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Your mind naturally wants to play,

Flashing visions, stories and speckles of thoughts across its walls.

Just notice as they come up,

Observing them calmly from afar,

Letting them all play in front of you,

And not in you.

PAUSE…

Notice that they are there.

And you are here.

Separate.

You are not those thoughts.

Let that truth infuse you with a warm confidence,

Knowing you can get out of your head,

And into the moment.

PAUSE…

Wiggle your fingers gently,

Letting the soft movement pull you into your body.

You are here.

PAUSE…

Let your lips spread into a smile across your face,

Feeling the stretch of your skin and the tightening of your cheeks.

And then relax your face, feeling the warm waves of relaxation.

You are here.

In this body.

In this moment.

Nothing that is flying around in your head matters right now.

Be here.

PAUSE…

Breathe,

And tune into the sounds around you.

Your mind wants to label them, categorize them, explain them,

But instead, just listen,

With your body,

Your heart,

Your soul.

Listen to the orchestra of sounds around you.

PAUSE…

Let the thoughts go,

And get out of your head.

And instead be here.

In this moment,

With this breath,

With YOU.

PAUSE…

Namaste, Beautiful.

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