Congratulations! You’ve Purchased 5 Meditations For Sleep.
Download the meditations below (right click, save link as):
Meditation 1: Anchoring With The Breath
Meditation 1: Finding Ease With Lots of Thoughts
Meditation 1: Relax and Release
Meditation 1: Turning Off The Body
Meditation 1: Up in The Middle of The Night
Now check out this powerful 31-day beginning course in mindfulness
Are you ready to dive in for 31 days?
Each day you will receive two audio files:
• A 5-8 minute lesson about mindfulness, with topics ranging from acceptance and gratitude to forgiveness and cultivating calm.
• A 5-8 minute guided meditation that corresponds to the lesson.
You want to establish good habits in your life.
You want to start being deliberate in how you live your life.
It’d be great to have a reminder every morning to be mindful as your day begins.
For 31 days you will receive one 5-7 minute meditation plus a short teaching each day, directly in your email inbox. Two fresh new audios each morning. Your daily practice: 10-15 minutes to learn to be more calm, more present, more relaxed, and less stressed.
Each morning’s topic builds on the ones before, making this a powerful 31-day beginning course in mindfulness.
Cory Muscara is the founder of the Long Island Center for Mindfulness, where he utilizes his extensive professional training in Mindfulness, Positive Psychology, and Integrative Health Coaching to facilitate a client’s creation of, and movement toward, their optimal vision of health and wellbeing.
Cory has undergone professional training to integrate mindfulness within healthcare, schools, and businesses, through teacher training programs in Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) at UMass Medical School with Jon Kabat-Zinn, Mindful Schools, Search Inside Yourself, and Breathworks Chronic Pain. He has completed his Integrative Health Coach training at Duke Integrative Medicine, is a 200-Hour Certified Yoga Instructor, and holds a Masters degree in Applied Positive Psychology (MAPP) from the University of Pennsylvania.
In 2012, Cory spent six months in silence practicing mindfulness meditation 14+ hours a day as a Buddhist Monk in Southeast Asia. The experience taught him how powerful mindfulness can be as a transformative practice for cultivating greater peace, clarity, wisdom, and wellbeing in one’s life, and became the inspiring force behind his mission to share this work with others.
Cory currently serves as faculty at Columbia Teachers College where he teaches mindfulness to school leaders and principals, and is an assistant instructor for the Master of Applied Positive Psychology (MAPP) at the University of Pennsylvania, where he completed his graduate work. Cory has presented mindfulness to organizations such as Johnson & Johnson, Travelers, Prudential Insurance; universities such as NYU, Wharton Business School, and Dartmouth; a number of hospitals and healthcare systems in the New York area; and he regularly appears on the Dr. Oz show as a guest expert in the topic of mindfulness meditation.
Cory’s teachings and work with students stem from a deep passion for helping others, and personal experience with the transformative power of mindfulness, coaching, and positive psychology. He looks forward to helping you realize the same benefits he and his students have come to experience through this work.