Gratitude for Life through Mindfulness of Death, with Sean Fargo
Being alive is a miraculous gift that most of us take for granted far too often. What would change for us, and how might we live, if we spent just a few minutes every day remembering that each breath could be our last?
In this episode, Mindfulness Exercises founder, Sean Fargo, shares how meditating on the inevitability of loss can illuminate the preciousness of life. Teachers and practitioners alike will benefit from the reminder that each and every breath is worthy of our gratitude and awe.
Please remember that mindfulness practice is not a replacement for therapy. Listen with care and self-compassion and practice within your window of tolerance. If this, or any other episode, triggers overwhelming, uncomfortable feelings, contact your healthcare provider.
Sean Fargo is a former Buddhist monk and the founder of Mindfulness Exercises, an online platform which shares free and premium mindfulness resources for mindfulness practitioners and mindfulness meditation teachers alike.
This talk is a brief excerpt from his weekly mentorship sessions for those enrolled in the Mindfulness Exercises Mindfulness Meditation Teacher Training Program. This unique, online, self-paced certification program balances pre-recorded webinars with live mentorship. Students in the program learn directly from Sean Fargo, his team, and some of the world’s most respected mindfulness and meditation experts.
Train to share mindfulness with confidence, compassion and skill within a supportive online community. Learn more at teach.mindfulnessexercises.com or, schedule a 15-minute call with Sean to see if this program is right for you at https://calendly.com/sean-108/application