Mindfulness and how it can help your wellbeing
These are stressful and uncertain times for us all and it is totally normal to feel anxious and scared. Sometimes you may feel overwhelmed by these feelings. Mindfulness practice can help you manage these emotions.
To find out more about mindfulness and how it can help you during this time check out our Introduction to Mindfulness Guide.
The following audios may be useful, are free and can be added to your own audio library. They are all are available from Bangor University CMRP Audios.
The Mindfulness teacher/practitioners featured on the audios below are all experienced and authentic teachers in the field of mindfulness:
- The Three Minute Breathing Space
- Mindfulness Of the Breath and the Body
- The Body Scan
- Sitting Meditation
- Walking Meditation
- Mindful Movement
- Dr Peter Malinowski, Reader in Cognitive Neuroscience in the School of Psychology (LJMU), explains the key principles of mindfulness: Introduction/key points of mindfulness meditation
- Dr Peter Malinowski, Reader in Cognitive Neuroscience in the School of Psychology (LJMU), guides a mindfulness meditation. This mindful breath awareness meditation is foundational for all mindfulness meditations and includes the key principles: Guided mindfulness meditation
Further resources on mindfulness can be found here: