A Guided Meditation on the Body, Space, and Awareness with Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche {VIDEO}

http://www.tergar.org ~ In this short guided meditation, Tibetan Buddhist meditation master Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche gives simple instructions for bringing awareness to the body, sensory experience, space, and finally to awareness itself. The main point of the practice is to fully embrace the present moment with mindfulness and awareness. To take a free, self-guided intro to meditation course, visit http://learning.tergar.org. Or, for more information about Mingyur Rinpoche and his teachings, please visit http://www.tergar.org, where you will find information about events and retreats, and also a free online intro to meditation course. Enjoy!

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This video includes subtitle captions in English, Arabic, Italian, French, Portuguese, Japanese, Spanish, German, and Russian.



  1. The current situation of this world has been tough right now. So I came here to stay calm and focused. Thank you kind sir.

  2. this is wonderful and relaxing, but I broke concentration because my next door neighbour was making a lot of noise just before you said "are your neighbours making a noise ?" so I answered "yes they are" then realised what I had said and burst out laughing.

  3. is it normal to feel slightly heavy after this? i mean i feel fine i just feel light and heavy all at the same time.

  4. I loved it… untill my 3year old disturbt it and kept yellin from enthousiasm about something..ugh.. hope i can teach him to be calmer soon

  5. Very interesting video. Meditation is a great way to bring the mind to rest, to stop the chatter, by letting the thoughts that enter your mind while doing meditation go without getting involve with them, like a silent witness, you just observe your thoughts and let them go. Practice regularly and you will see the changes in you.

  6. In my first try, I just flew too high and too far away, out of the solar system. It's scary, I felt there's darkness behind me. And I was too far away, and has no support at all.
    Is it normal?

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