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Below is the first mp3 audio exercise in a guided series of mindfulness strategies designed to assist in distress tolerance and reduction. This exercise is an introduction to mindfulness mp3.

Recent research indicates that with as little as 20 minutes of mindfulness practice daily the brain actually changes. With  frequent practice, the part of the brain that sends messages of anxiety and distress slows down, and the part that sends messages of calmness and comfort to the body becomes more active. So mindfulness is not just a sugar pill, it actually does make a difference.

You don’t have to do it all the time, but once you practice some of the strategies we have made available on this website then you can adjust and modify them, or make up your own, and incorporate them into your daily routine. Like any new skill, they need to be practised and it is best to practice them BEFORE you really need them so that they are familiar to you.

Introduction to mindfulness mp3


 


 
Please feel free to download the MP3 for your own personal use.

Exercise 1: Introduction to mindfulness

Download the mp3 [mp3 file 9.1 mb]

 


Other mindfulness exercises


 

Get the mobile version

The mindfulness exercises are one of the features available in the free Living Well App for iPhone and Android. Be mindful anywhere, anytime.

 

9 comments

  1. Comment by sgep

    sgep Reply June 20, 2014 at 4:02 pm

    I like the recording and would like to keep it however the download option only opens a new tab and plays the track – it will not allow me to save it. I’ve checked my internet settings but I can’t find any issues. Is there another way for me to get the recording?

    • Comment by Jess

      Jess Reply June 20, 2014 at 4:03 pm

      Thanks for your question, and I am so pleased you have found the mp3 useful. To download it to your computer, right-click on the link to the file and select *Save target as.* The exact wording may differ depending on what browser you are using.

  2. Comment by Paula

    Paula Reply June 20, 2014 at 4:08 pm

    Falta o áudio em português para ser 5 estrelas! O que é uma pena, pois é excelente material como tarefa para alguns coachee. Mesmo assim agradeço este material!!
    Paula Di Paula

    • Comment by Jess

      Jess Reply June 20, 2014 at 4:08 pm

      Thanks for your kind words. You are right, it would be great if we could have these exercises recorded in other languages! We wish so too!

  3. Comment by A Nutt

    A Nutt Reply June 20, 2014 at 4:31 pm

    I would love the audio transcript for the mp3’s as I would like to read them to my clients, playing the audio during group is not as personal as I’d like.

    • Comment by Jess

      Jess Reply June 20, 2014 at 4:32 pm

      We are pleased that you have found the mindfulness exercises useful. We have included a PDF worksheet for each mindfulness exercise. Although the attached worksheets may not be an exact transcript of the mp3 audio file, they will hopefully provide sufficient material for reading and adapting to the groups needs. All the best from the team at Living Well.

  4. Comment by Onze

    Onze Reply April 21, 2015 at 2:30 pm

    I cannot install the android app on the Samsung Note 4 with android version 4.4 even though the app says version 3.0 and up is compatible.

  5. Comment by Niasa

    Niasa Reply May 1, 2015 at 6:33 pm

    Hi, this recording was perfect, I really appreciate your group.
    I have a request, Could you please put the pdf of the mp3 for download too, because I cannot understand some words,
    Thank you
    Niasa

  6. Comment by Mouawya

    Mouawya Reply June 21, 2015 at 3:04 am

    I am suffering of severe unwanted thoughts in a certain time of a day, and on daily basis, and caused by nothing – I will start practicing mindfulness through your website, and I am positive that it would be the start of my cure against those terrible thoughts

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