Six minutes of meditative practice with a finger labyrinth and alternate nostril breathing.
You will need a comfortable place to sit and a pen and paper. It can be done sitting at a table.
Once you are familiar with how to construct your labyrinth you can make one from fabric, string, beads, pebbles or other creative materials.
If you have trouble constructing the labyrinth you can print out mine below to use, copy or trace.
Only very basic prompts are given here for the alternate nostril breathing. If in doubt, please simply sit quietly for this part of the practice and breathe in and out through both nostrils.
At the end of the practice a bell will sound. Sit quietly for a few moments and breathe normally before you complete your practice.
The practice includes music by Luc Acke to help you settle but if you prefer a silent experience you can mute the sound – there are no audio instructions, just visual prompts.
The track is called “Universal Prayer”, from the album “Home”, and is available to download from Luc’s website.
You will need to set your own alarm or notification to end your practice if you watch with the sound off.