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Team Lavender Anchoring Meditation

Achieve balance, calm and relaxation with a regular meditation practice. To get started, listen to the anchoring meditation audio clip above or click one of the links below for other variations, including a full-length practice.  

In this 13-minute meditation, use the breath as an anchor to return to the act of meditating. The anchor over time will become associated with the meditative state of mind. Each time distraction occurs, you can use your anchor of inhalation and exhalation from a specific point in your body to bring you back to the present moment. You may find yourself returning to your anchor every few seconds, especially when you are first learning meditation or feeling especially scattered.

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