Hello and welcome to part 2 of 14 for this observation meditation series.
We think all the time, but how often do we observe without trying to change anything.
This meditation focuses on observing your head. When was the last time you focused on your head.
I mean it helps us see, think, breathe, eat, drink and speak. How well do you know your head.
So find yourself a comfortable position, sitting or laying the choice is yours.
Adjust your shoulder, adjust your hips.
Slowly close your eyes.
Become aware of your breath.
Breathe in, breathe out.
Bring your awareness to your head.
How your head rests, you might feel a gentle pressure on the back of your head, where your head rests.
Or the stillness of your head on your neck, if you are seated.
Allow your jaw to relax.
Allow the muscles of your cheeks to relax, feel the heaviness of your face as it begins to relax.
Notice how softly your eye lids are closed.
Allow your forehead to relax.
You might notice your eyebrows move slightly as you let go of tension from your forehead.
Allow the top of your head to relax.
Notice how relaxed your head is now.
The tension you were holding onto has been released.
Observe your head, from the very top down to where your neck connects.
Become aware of your nose.
How the air gently moves in and out as you breathe.
Observe your breath.
Observe your head.
Enjoy the opportunity to observe.
Take one more deep breath in, deep breath out.
Allow your breath to return to its natural rhythm.
Gently wiggle your fingers and your toes.
Slowly open your eyes.
Thank you for listening.