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In this section we offer a selection of guided meditations by our teachers which are free to use. We continuously add new meditations, so feel free to come back regularly.

You can also find lots of free meditations and podcasts on our free Podbean account or on open spotify.  Many of them have been recorded at our morning meditation sessions during the pandemic. Enjoy!

If you would like to learn how to meditate, we suggest you starting with an 8-week mindfulness course or another live event such as our morning meditations. This will help you to find the right posture and attitude and allow you to ask all the questions you might have before you start practising on your own. For a first introduction about how to start meditating and the different meditation postures you can use, watch our teacher Jake Dartington via this link.

Once you have a basic understanding of meditation, you can use our guide with supplementary instructions and explanations about how to skilfully deal with difficulties in meditation.

Instructions for use

You can:

  • Play the guided meditations directly on this page by clicking the play button
  • Download them by clicking the download icon in the top right corner of the box

We recommend downloading the files so you can use them anywhere and at any time, without having to be online.

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About us

We believe that mindfulness skills can make this world a better place, not only because it helps to improve individual wellbeing, but also because it leads to wiser choices and more kindness in this world.

Learn more about our vision, meet our team of international trainers and check out our beautiful locations.

  • Beate Trück
  • Jake Dartington
  • Lot Heijke
  • Sien Monbailliu
  • Alena Reisinger
  • Silke Lalvani
  • Lyuba Byessonova
  • Steve Savels
  • Berenice Boxler
  • Claude Maskens
  • Sandrine Rauter
  • Katrien Maes
  • Isabelle Hoberg