Padma Gordon is a Spiritual Guide, Embodied Mindfulness Counselor, Movement Educator, Author of Being Together: Practical Wisdom for Loving Yourself and Your Partner (published August 2020), mother and lover of life who skillfully invites people to deepen their connection to body, heart, and soul.
A Brief Pause
When we pause throughout our day, it changes everything. The more you turn towards yourself and pause from the busyness of your life, the easier it becomes to settle down.
Noticing the pausing in every breath allows you to drink in the space inside of you, a space where you can take refuge and emerge refreshed and revitalized.
Reset to Presence
Being present means that we tend to the moment again and again. Every time you notice your breath, you are resetting to presence. It is very simple and it takes practice.
I invite you to take a few minutes and allow your attention to rest in the present, thanking yourself for cultivating your ability to reset to presence.
Make Room to Be Alive
Making room means opening to receive who you are, what you’re doing. When we make room to receive ourselves—when we take the time to really be present—we receive everything in a more detailed way.
In life, it’s very important and nourishing to make room to receive. So make room with me in this guided meditation.
Droplets of Goodness
Lately I’ve been reflecting about how important it is to stop and recognize the simple things that are so easily taken for granted, how important it is to recognize them and be grateful for them.
When we experience these moments of celebration for the little things in life, they add up to our bank account of goodness.
Join me in this mediation and tap into goodness
Live in Wonder
It can be so easy for us to get disenchanted, to become dissatisfied with our lives and to take things for granted. Let's keep wonder alive in our hearts.
Listening to Love
Listening is a skill that everyone can cultivate, a skill that we can rely on to guide us through this mysterious life that is so full of challenges and tests, opportunities and blessings. Let us cultivate the exquisite discipline of listening today.