It’s a heavy world right now—what once was sufficient to “get us through the day” without overwhelming anxiety and exhaustion now seems to fail us. The days feel both longer and shorter, the to-do’s endless; parenting has become a daily struggle to maintain patience, and our support systems are more distant than ever before. A daily mindfulness practice can be short, simple, and still just as effective—without feeling like we’re adding one more thing to balance. By incorporating meditations and breathing techniques into your routine, you can combat stress, dial into a sense of calm, and learn to respond, rather than react to whatever arises throughout the day.
This easy-to-follow audio bundle delivers a powerful 7-day course, curated meditations, 2-minute micro practices for in-the-moment support, and compelling Q+A’s to help you get more out of your daily practice, without taking time out of your busy day.
1. Calm Your Nervous System
Balance your nervous system to lessen the anxious, agitated feelings in your body, to experience better control of your emotions and a deeper sense of calm.
2. Less Anxiety
Through simple breath and body awareness techniques, find relief from the ongoing worry of what was and what could be. Learn to be present, for more enjoyable moments with yourself and loved ones.
3. Heal Shame
Practice kindness and acceptance for yourself, with less judgment for simply being human.
4. Build Confidence and Strength
Discover the freedom and strength that comes from releasing into a fluid and open sense of your body, mind and heart.
5. Release Negativity
Learn a healing balm to move away from negative thinking and actively notice the goodness and beauty around us.
For the duration of 3 days you get full access to:
Vidyamala’s transformational “Finding Inner Peace” Course (Approximately 15 minutes or less per day—an easy addition to any routine.)
An exclusive video conversation with Vidyamala Burch and Mindfulness.com co-host, Cory Muscara.
2-minute meditations for in-the-moment relief from anxiety and tension.
Vidyamala personally answers questions about achieving inner peace in lifestyle-friendly ways.
Deeper explorations to help cultivate your own inner peace—aka moments to breathe, smile, and relax—in your daily life.
— Vidyamala Burch
Enjoy 7 days of audio teachings and meditations from mindfulness-based pain specialist Vidyamala Burch. Each day includes a 5-10-minute lesson and a 10-minute meditation.
Meet Your Teacher
Vidyamala Burch is a pioneering mindfulness teacher, author and leader in the field of mindfulness-based pain management. She is the co-founder of Breathworks, an organization that has helped thousands of people in over 25 countries to live peacefully with chronic pain and illness.
For more than 40 years, Vidyamala has lived with chronic back pain due to congenital weakness, spinal injuries and multiple surgeries. Searching for a way to cope with her chronic back pain, Vidyamala started practicing mindfulness meditation to support in reclaiming a peaceful and vital life.
Vidyamala is the author of many books including Living Well with Pain and Illness (2008), Mindfulness for Health (2013) - published as You are Not your Pain in the USA - and Mindfulness for Women (2015). The British Pain Society has recognized her "outstanding contribution to the alleviation of pain", and in 2019 she was named on the Shaw Trust Power 100 list of the most influential disabled people in the UK.
Creator of Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR), University of Massachusetts Medical School
I admire Vidyamala Burch tremendously...Her approach could save your life - and give it back to you."
New York Times Bestselling Author and Co-founder of the Insight meditation Society at Barre, Massachusetts.
"Vidyamala shares essential tools for harnessing the power of our minds and hearts to navigate all kinds of pain."
Bestselling Author of 15 books, Co-founder of The Huffington Post and CEO of Thrive Global
"Vidyamala [offers] simple daily practices that anyone struggling with pain and stress can follow."
Mindfulness is better with friends.