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This meditation is great to start you day in a liberating and positive way !


Lorna - 2 years ago

Thank you for this positive start to my day.

Megan - 2 years ago

I love you, Esther Teule. Your meditations really make me feel like I'm going to be OK--be able to handle life.

Jane - 2 years ago

beautiful, thank you Esther

Esther - 2 years ago

Hello Lorna, Megan and Jane, thank you so much for your positive comments! Love,Esther

Trisha - 2 years ago

I feel so grateful that this meditation is here for me whenever I need it. It helps immensely to have someone guide me through when I just can't seem to get there myself, and to have someone from across the ocean remind me of what I know is true. Thank you, Esther!

Esther - 2 years ago

You're very welcome Trisha, thank you too! Love, Esther

Heike - 2 years ago

Dear Esther, thank you so much for this beautiful video, Please give me also something to be more comfortable in the evening because my mind is often too busy to fall asleep. An evening meditation would be so nice. Thank you, Esther!

Anna - 2 years ago

Dear Esther, it was a very interesting experience that I had during the 10 minutes. To begin with I felt very tired and deep down thinking that it is all lovely but I seem to be just to exhausted and for me it is impossible to feel better. In around the 7th minute my spine straightened and a smile arrived on my face and I felt happily accepting and relaxed. Worked wonderfully. Thanks a lot! Anna

Esther - 2 years ago

Hello Heike, evening meditation is coming up soon, love Esther

Esther - 2 years ago

Hi Anna, thanks for mailing your experience! Interesting isn't it, that when you allow your tiredness to be there, something starts to shift. We can relax deep down, just being with what is, instead of trying to resist it..glad it worked for you! Love, Esther

La Pilitza - 2 years ago

Thank you so much for this practice. I have never thought of the concept of welcoming my injury.

I would like to think that welcoming it and understanding that trying to change it is not going to make it go away will help me relax and allow healing to happen at the pace that it must.
Thanks again. <3

Esther - 2 years ago

Yes. Only our mind tries to change what is. That's its nature. But in reality, by welcoming and allowing what we experience, we can indeed relax..which really makes a difference. Love, Esther

Thuy - 1 year ago

Dear Esther! I love your videos! I also love practice meditation, but I don't fell so much. You have a lot of videos with many topic so I don't know what video I should learn first. can I practice everytime or after finishing asana yoga? how many times can I practice for 1 lesson?

Thuy - 1 year ago

Love, Esther

Esther - 1 year ago

Dear Thuy! If you are a beginner, you could start with the beginner series. You will find these in "programs". After that you can do all the other video's. Maybe it's an idea to just start with the "Be friendly to yourself" meditation and just work your way up to the most resent meditation. Of course you can also just pick one that attracts you by its title or subject.
You don't need to do a meditation after a yoga class. Most classes end with a short relation or meditation anyway. So you can do the meditations apart from doing yoga. It can really work to do a meditation a couple of times before you move on to the next. Take your time, don't rush yourself!

Janice - 1 year ago


I enjoy practicing this meditation every day; it works very well for me.

Thank you so much,

Esther - 1 year ago

Thank you Janet!

Esther - 1 year ago

Of course I meant Janice...:-)

Erik - 1 year ago

Hi Ester,

I've been meditating for some months now, and during yoga class or on private sessions here I / my teachers always used mantras, a sound (singing bowls, harmonium...) for meditation. Your way of simply 'sitting and becoming aware' never attracted me very much to be honest, but I have to admit it is a very nice alternative! Thanks a lot for giving me the foundations for a silent practice as well! How is your opinion about the other forms of meditation? Are there certain forms of meditating that you would avoid for beginners or is everything fine for certain individuals?


Esther - 1 year ago

Dear Erik, using sounds and mantra's can be wonderful and bring about a special atmosphere. Sometimes in my (not online!) classes I use music as well. But in essence, I think meditation is about just sitting with what is and then I personally prefer silence. (or just the sounds that are naturally there...).To answer your question, I think every form of meditation is good, as long as you feel comfortable with it. And as long as it brings you back to yourself...

Erik - 1 year ago

Dear Esther,

thank you for your reaction. Well, it seems there are a lot of meditation forms I feel comfortable with then. :-) I have to admit that, in some cases, music can definitly distract a person in meditation! I always used to look out for CD's without jamming too much, but artists such as Deva Premal (I love her interpretation of the moola mantra!) and Snatam Kaur have really been able to make an effort to break the silence and go within the mantra. Anyway, thank you for sharing your thoughts and I just enjoyed your morning meditation again... :)


Kirsty - 1 year ago

I had a bit of an epiphany whilst doing this meditation... I had struggled with the idea of welcoming, rather than just accepting things I perceive to be negative - i.e. pain or a bad mood. However, your advice that it is our body's way of telling us we are alive made it suddenly click into place. Without wishing to get too bleak (or political), how lucky we are to be alive and to be able to meditate or practise yoga while at this moment people all over the worlds are caught up in war, or famine, or floods... I had such an overwhelming sense of gratitude after this. Thank you, Esther; your meditations are teaching me so much.

Esther - 1 year ago

Dear Kirsty, thanks for your well put and lovely words, Esther

Tanny - 1 year ago

Thank you Esther .

Tanny - 1 year ago

Thank you Esther .

Erik - 1 year ago

Still one of my favourites, I almost use this meditation every time before going to work and it really grounds me befor 'plunging into the hectic world'.

Janice - 1 year ago

Thank you so much Esther. Your meditations are wonderful.

Renee - 1 year ago

So much energy can be lost in resistance to allowing! Welcoming my sluggishness made it such a friendlier place, inside. Thanks so much Esther

Jill - 5 months ago

So good x

Esther - 5 months ago

Thank you all for your lovely comments, x

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