Mindful after May: Your Meditation Downloads
May is flying by and you may be asking, what happens at the end of the month? How do I keep up my mindfulness practise? And to that question, we have one answer: meditation downloads!
As with anything, you’ll feel the benefits of your practice more and more as you keep going. That’s why we’ve put together meditation downloads from the program so that you can keep up the practice after May! The links to the archive, interviews and meditations will expire on June 15 so make sure you download your meditations before that date.
To do so, just open the SoundCloud file on your desktop (you won’t be able to download onto your mobile or via the app – you can transfer the files from your desktop to your mobile) and click the little arrow underneath the meditation that looks like this:
Then you’re all set! You can mix up the practises or stick to your favourites. Some you’ll learn to do without guidance. Just keep at it and remember you can never fail, just keep trying.
If you’re having tech issues with your meditation downloads, make sure you’re using a desktop and not a mobile, tablet, or app. If you continue to have difficulties you can contact support@soundcloud.
Want more inspiring content to keep you on track with your meditation practise? Click here to visit the Mindful In May Instagram feed!
"If we wish to be healthy, happy and clear-minded, we need to upgrade our “inner technology”of attention to meet the demands of our increasingly complex world. That's where mindfulness comes in.."
- DR ELISE BIALYLEW
about the HOST AND FOUNDER OF
MINDFUL IN MAY:
DR ELISE BIALYLEW
Elise Bialylew is the author of the bestselling book, The Happiness Plan, and founder of Mindful in May, the world’s largest online global mindfulness fundraising campaign.
A doctor trained in psychiatry, turned social entrepreneur and mindfulness expert, she’s passionate about supporting individuals and organisations to develop inner tools for greater wellbeing and flourishing, and offers workshops and training at The Mind Life Project.
Her work has been featured in the Huffington Post, New York Times and on Australian Television. She was recently recognised by the Australian Financial Review as a 2019 AFR Women of Influence.
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