1. Find a place to sit that feels calm and quiet to you and very comfortable. Comfort is love.

  2. Set a time limit. If you’re just beginning, it can help to choose a short time, such as 3 to 15 minutes or whatever you can do.Notice your body. You can sit in a chair with your feet on the floor, you can sit loosely cross-legged, in lotus posture, you can kneel—all are fine. Just make sure you are comfortable you can even lie down in savasana. Put your hand on your tummy or heart or palms in lap or on floor.

  3. Feel your breath. Follow the sensation of your breath as it goes out and as it goes in.

  4. Notice when your mind has wandered. Inevitably, your attention will leave the sensations of the breath and wander to other places. When you get around to noticing this—in a few seconds, a minute, five minutes—simply return your attention to the breath.

  5. Be kind to your wandering mind. Don’t judge yourself or obsess over the content of the thoughts you find yourself lost in. Just come back to the lovely breath ...

 

 

That’s it! That’s the practice. You go away, you come back, and you try to do it as kindly as possible. Love yourself Deeply always....

"If your compassion does not include yourself it is incomplete "- Buddha

Loving Kindness Meditation

May You  be safe

 May You  be happy 

 May You be healthy

  May You live with ease....

Namaste' Kim Brockington