Mindfulness Meditation – Introduction (Arabic)

Explore in the introduction of the Mindfulness Program about meditation and its many benefits, as well as tips for taking full advantage of this program. This program will help you calm your feelings, find peace within you, and relieve stress from your body and psyche.

The mindfulness program consists of four stages: Presence in the body and senses, heart, soul and silence. To take full advantage, we recommend that you follow the given sequence and practice each meditation for 7-10 days before moving on to the next stage.

1 – Mindfulness in the Body & Senses (Arabic)

Mindfulness Meditation Program – Class 1 – Mindfulness in the Body & Senses

The first session of the mindfulness meditation program focuses on activating your senses and feeling present in your body and in your surrounding . This meditation will help you relax all the muscles in your body and clear your mind by focusing on your breathing. At the end of this session, you will feel fully present in your body and senses.

2 – Mindfulness in the Heart (Arabic)

Mindfulness Meditation Program – Class 2 – Mindfulness in the Heart

The second session of the mindfulness meditation program focuses on being present in your heart, listening to your heartbeat and noticing your feelings allowing your emotions to float.

3 – Mindfulness in the Breath (Arabic)

Mindfulness Meditation Program – Class 3 – Mindfulness in the Breath 

The third session of the mindfulness meditation program focuses on being present in your breath by paying attention to the details of your breathing, the natural rhythm and synchronization of your breath. At the end of this session, you will feel a sense of clarity and focus.

4 – Mindfulness in the Silence (Arabic)

Mindfulness Meditation – Class 4 – Mindfulness in the Silence

The fourth session of the mindfulness meditation program focuses on sensing your presence in the silence. We will practice a simple visualisation exercise that will teach you how to observe your thoughts without being affected by them.