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Guided Meditation: Mindfulness of Words

Words are powerful, but are we aware of the words we use on a regular basis and why we use them? This meditation enhances awareness of words to increase our understanding of why we choose them. It increases our ability to remain mindful when speaking, while exploring opportunities for change.


Before we get started, I want to let you know that for the next two months, A Mindful Moment is conducting a listener survey to help us get to know you, your interests and what you think of the show. As our way of saying thank you, you can enter to win a $500 Amazon gift card at the end of the survey. Your feedback will help us improve A Mindful Moment and find new sponsors who actually interest you. Please support the podcast by taking our short questionnaire at surveymonkey.com/r/airwave. There’s even space at the end of the survey to tell me anything you want. Thank you so much.



Our meditations are best practiced by listening, so here's the audio for your convenience:


If you'd like to read the script to familiarize yourself, here you go!


Sit comfortably with feet flat on the floor, back resting against a chair and arms resting gently in your lap with palms facing up.


Close your eyes or soften your gaze. Take a moment to focus on your breath, taking in a few deep breaths through the nose if you can and exhale slowly through the mouth. With each breath, notice that you are relaxing and clearing out the mind. Inhale awareness, exhale distraction.


As I say a word, notice what comes up in you as I say it, such as a thought, feeling, urge, image or physical sensation. Don’t try to analyze or force a thought. Just notice what your mind and body do in response to each word.





Politics

Rose

Exercise

Messy

Schedule

Eyes

Mindfulness

War

Love

Racism

Peace

Always

Bed

Fun

Noise

Never

Work

Ear

Tail

Should

Lunch

Friend


As you bring your awareness back to the present moment, consider these words, or other words you use on a regular basis. Are the words you are using beneficial to you? Or are they harmful or triggering? Are there words you might be able to replace with more positive choices? Take in a deep cleansing breath and sigh with relief. Notice the words you use and how they make you feel throughout the rest of your day.



 

One more time, please support the podcast by taking the short listener survey at surveymonkey.com/r/airwave or click on the link in the episode notes. We really want to hear from you and thank you in advance. Don’t forget, you can enter to win a $500 Amazon gift card at the end of the survey.


This podcast is part of the Airwave Media podcast network. Visit AirwaveMedia.com to listen and subscribe to other great shows like The Daily Meditation Podcast, Everything Everywhere and Movie Therapy. We’d deeply appreciate your support at patreon.com/amindfulmoment. Our podcast is now available to view on our YouTube Channel, so be sure to follow us there and on Instagram @amindfulmomentpodcast. Visit our website, amindfulmoment.com to access podcasts, scripts and book recommendations.


A Mindful Moment is written and hosted by Teresa McKee and/or Melissa Sims. The Spanish version is translated and hosted by Paola Theil. Intro music, Retreat, by Jason Farnham. Outro music, Morning Stroll by Josh Kirsch, Media Right Productions. Thank you for tuning in! This podcast is produced by Work2Live Productions.



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