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Hope Mindfulness Program Guided Meditations

Hope Mindfulness Program Guided Meditations

by Paul Garrigan

Hope Guided Meditations to Support Addiction Recovery

The guided meditations we have added here are part of the Hope Mindfulness program. We encourage our clients to use these tracks as part of their journey, but we also intend for them to be of value to others outside of our program. It is best to take a comfortable sitting posture with an upright spine (you can use a chair if you prefer) to get the most from these meditations. Put aside about 20 minutes and minimize potential distractions as best you can.

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Hope Mindfulness Level 1 Meditation

Developing Kindness Towards Ourselves

Hope Mindfulness Level 2 Meditation

Developing Kindness Towards Others

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