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my go to meditation technique

Don't think too hard, just pause

I think of a "go to" practice as the one that almost always "works" and is so familiar it takes virtually no effort to choose. Like a habit! Hum Sa is a habit kinda practice.

Tune in for why Hum Sa works that way for me and to give it a try yourself!
Listen to "My go to meditation practice - Hum Sa"

What’s in this episode of Everyday Meditation?

  • Welcome + getting situated, with a few thoughts on why Hum Sa kriya is my go to meditation technique
  • A little lead-in movement: Seated cat/cow
  • Breathing practice: Alternate Nostril Breathing / Nadi Shodhana
  • Meditation technique (awareness kriya): Hum Sa kriya (of course!)
  • A little re-grounding movement: Move as needed or rise to stand

As always, I encourage you to make yourself at home in this practice: substitute, modify, do as you need to feel safe and present, including taking breaks!


Integration suggestion

After listening to the episode, perhaps check in: did you notice something that you want to carry with you? If yes, maybe jot it down in a notebook or record a voice memo, if that sort of thing helps make it move with you 🙂

Be moving, be true, be you

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