Try free for 7 days.

Mindfulness.com
Meditation
See all Meditation

Browse

Top articles

How to Meditate: Meditation 101 for Beginners

10 Science-Backed Benefits of Meditation

What is Meditation?

Mindful LivingSleep
Community

Already have an account?

Sign in

00:00

00:00

Interconnectedness and Wholeness Meditation

A contemplation and meditation in our innate interconnectedness with all life and with awareness itself.

So just beginning to settle in and get comfortable for this meditation. And as you begin to settle in, if it feels right for you, just allowing the eyes to close. And as a support to arriving and settling here a little more fully, Just taking three deep, slow, full breaths now. So breathing in, really filling the lungs with air on the inhale. And breathing out and with each exhale, seeing if you can get a sense of allowing any tension or tightness to soften a little bit and let go.

So just taking two more breaths like that in your own time now. And at the end of this next exhale, just letting go of any control of the breathing. But continuing to follow the feeling and the flow of the breath in your body. Just attending to it as the breath moves in its own natural way. And feeling this rhythm, this cycle of the breath moving in your body.

So this rhythm that you're experiencing, that you're witnessing in your own body is also intrinsic to all life. From the beating of the tiniest bacteria, to the beating of your heart, to this cycles of photosynthesis and respiration in all plant life, to the rhythms of waking and sleeping that all bodies share. And these rhythms of the living world are embedded within larger and larger rhythms of the cycle of the planet, the ebb and flow of the tides, the cycles of night and day and the seasons. From the moment that we are born to the moment that we die, we are entwined with the rhythms of life. And all of this is just happening of its own accord, unfolding effortlessly moment by moment, in its own time, in its own way.

And every conscious breath that we take as we observe this rhythm, they can be a reminder of our inherent interconnectedness to all life. So just continuing to feel the flow of that rhythm in the body for a few more moments here. And as this practice begins to draw to a close, taking a deeper breath in now. Deep, slow breath in. And as you breathe out, beginning to wriggle fingers and toes.

And notice how your mind and body are feeling after this short meditation. And opening the eyes. And as you go about the rest of your day, just remember that the breath is always with you. So you can always tune into it as a way of returning to the present moment and a sense of belonging, interconnection, and wholeness. Wishing you a great day.

Meditation

4.6

Interconnectedness and Wholeness Meditation

A contemplation and meditation in our innate interconnectedness with all life and with awareness itself.

Duration

Your default time is based on your progress and is changed automatically as you practice.

So just beginning to settle in and get comfortable for this meditation. And as you begin to settle in, if it feels right for you, just allowing the eyes to close. And as a support to arriving and settling here a little more fully, Just taking three deep, slow, full breaths now. So breathing in, really filling the lungs with air on the inhale. And breathing out and with each exhale, seeing if you can get a sense of allowing any tension or tightness to soften a little bit and let go.

So just taking two more breaths like that in your own time now. And at the end of this next exhale, just letting go of any control of the breathing. But continuing to follow the feeling and the flow of the breath in your body. Just attending to it as the breath moves in its own natural way. And feeling this rhythm, this cycle of the breath moving in your body.

So this rhythm that you're experiencing, that you're witnessing in your own body is also intrinsic to all life. From the beating of the tiniest bacteria, to the beating of your heart, to this cycles of photosynthesis and respiration in all plant life, to the rhythms of waking and sleeping that all bodies share. And these rhythms of the living world are embedded within larger and larger rhythms of the cycle of the planet, the ebb and flow of the tides, the cycles of night and day and the seasons. From the moment that we are born to the moment that we die, we are entwined with the rhythms of life. And all of this is just happening of its own accord, unfolding effortlessly moment by moment, in its own time, in its own way.

And every conscious breath that we take as we observe this rhythm, they can be a reminder of our inherent interconnectedness to all life. So just continuing to feel the flow of that rhythm in the body for a few more moments here. And as this practice begins to draw to a close, taking a deeper breath in now. Deep, slow breath in. And as you breathe out, beginning to wriggle fingers and toes.

And notice how your mind and body are feeling after this short meditation. And opening the eyes. And as you go about the rest of your day, just remember that the breath is always with you. So you can always tune into it as a way of returning to the present moment and a sense of belonging, interconnection, and wholeness. Wishing you a great day.

Meditation

4.6

Duration

Play in-app

Scan the following QR code with your camera app to open it on our mobile app

Similar to this

Make SpaceMeditation by Cory Muscara
Cory Muscara

Make Space

Meditation · 5-20 mins4.6

More from this teacher

Recommended for you

Get Unlimited Access

Start your mindfulness journey today.

A Mindfulness Plus+ subscription gives you unlimited access to a world of premium mindfulness content.

  • Over 1,800 meditations, sleep, calm music, naturescapes and more
  • Daily mindfulness video meditations 365 days a year
  • 100s of courses and tools to help manage anxiety, sleep and stress

Email Missing

We couldn’t detect your email with the SSO provider you have selected.
or

Mindfulness Guarantee

We are here to make a positive impact on the world. We never want to sell you something that hasn’t helped you live a better life. That’s why if you’re unhappy with any purchase from us, you have 30 days to get a full refund and your money back.

If you subscribed to Mindfulness Plus+ and are unhappy with your purchase, please get in contact with us within the 30-day period and we’ll refund your purchase.


Learn more about our Mindfulness Guarantee.

Mindfulness

Bring balance into your everyday life.

We believe in a world where everybody has access to the life-changing skills of mindfulness.

  • 2,000+ Guided Meditations
  • Daily Coaching
  • Sleep Content
  • Mindful Exercises
  • Mindful Radio
  • 10+ Courses from world-class teachers

Private Browsing

Added to your cart!

Checkout

Thank you for joining us

Congratulations on your subscription! Dive into the full library and enjoy all it has to offer.

Claim your free access

Create a mindfulness account and we’ll unlock this premium session in your account forever.

or continue with
By continuing, you agree to our terms of service and privacy policy.

Do you already have an account?

Start a free trial to play this session

7-Days free trial, cancel anytime.

Finish personalizing your account

Complete a few quick questions to make your own personalized mindfulness plan.

Sign up or login to your mindfulness account to proceed.

or continue with
By continuing, you agree to our terms of service and privacy policy.

Do you already have an account?

Mindfulness

One membership to gain access to a world of premium mindfulness content created to help you live happier and stress less.

  • 2000+ Guided Meditations
  • Courses from world-class teachers
  • Resources for Stress + Anxiety
  • Breathing exercises, gratitude practices, relaxation techniques
  • Sleep meditations, playlists, stories
  • Mindful talks, podcasts, music, nature sounds