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Get Focused

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Cass Carlopio
Sleep Expert, Psychologist & Meditation
This guided meditation uses simple focused attention exercises to invite the listener to cultivate and develop focus.
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Tammy
Focus
Very nice and easy way to focus your attention and keep it focused. Happy 4th everyone!
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Harvey
Get focused
A wonderful instructor with a very easy manner and always offering valuable lessons.
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Sky
Another Great Seasion
I felt very relaxed after this session and ready to start my day. This instructors voice is very calm and relaxing.
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Janely
First meditation
I learned that I tend to feel nervous when my eyes are closed they twitch a bit. My mind was wondering a lot, I was too focused on focusing. My body seemed to relax a bit just not feel as focused yet.
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Liesl
Get Focused
I learned that in meditation I tend to not focus on the present moment - my mind slips off to what’s next on my to-do list. That’s a skill I can work on in the future.
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Joyce
Breath meets Flesh
The more specific the focus, the better. I’m able to identify and focus on where the breath enters and exits the nose. Namaste
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Walter J
Focusing …
Easy way to regain focus when it slips away. Focus is literally just a breathe away with this simple and effective technique! Try it and you will see!!! Focus is important when making decisions, setting & accomplishing intentions and listening to others, so there are plenty of opportunities to practice/apply this technique. ❤️👃🏼🍀
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Cherish
Zooming In
As a species, we are distracted more than ever. Because of this, it can be quite difficult to focus unless we have tools to help bring our focus back. In this meditation, Cassandra has us focus on the breath. While aware of the breath, we zoom in even further sensing where the breath meets our nostrils. As I sat in an upright position, I brought awareness to the inflow and outflow of the breath. Zooming in to where the breath met my nostrils, I noticed the change in temperature of the air as it flowed in and out. When I feel my focus has been high jacked during the day, I will use this powerful technique to direct my focus to what matters. Thank you, Cassandra! Namaste 🙏🏻❤️☮️