Karma Yeshe Rabgye is a Western Monk in the Kagyu tradition of Tibetan Buddhism. Originally from England, he now teaches Buddhism, mindfulness and meditation to people all over the world.
Releasing The Black Cloud Of Depression
11:33Depression, burnout and anxiety can make us feel isolated and fearful of any types of change. This meditation helps you to breath away the black clouds of depression and helps you to relax on a quiet and peaceful seashore. It will not stop your depression, please seek professional advice for that, but it will give you a few minutes of relief and relaxation, giving you the opportunity to be able to think more clearly. Check out Yeshe Rabgye's free guided meditation course on compassion https://round.glass/yesherabgye Books by Karma Yeshe Rabgye: Open Awareness, Open Mind - https://www.amazon.in/Open-Awareness-... The Best Way to Catch a Snake - https://www.amazon.in/gp/product/B00T... Life's Meandering Path - https://www.amazon.in/gp/product/B00N... Ripples in the Stream - https://www.amazon.in/gp/product/B018... Budh Ka Mukti Marg - https://www.amazon.in/gp/product/B071... If you would like to support Yeshe Rabgye's work please visit https://www.patreon.com/buddhismguide Website - https://yesherabgye.com/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/karmayeshera... Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/yeshe_rabgye/ Twitter – https://twitter.com/BuddhismGuide
Morning Meditation With Yeshe Rabgye
10:07The way we start our day is important. If you start in a bad mood, rushing about or totally unfocused, that is how we are going to spend the rest of the day. So, this meditation allows you to start the day in a calm, focus and peaceful way. Follow Yeshe Rabgye: Website - www.yesherabgye.com Facebook - www.facebook.com/karmayesherabgye/ Instagram – www.instagram.com/yeshe_rabgye Twitter – www.twitter.com/BuddhismGuide
Reduce Fear, Stress & Anxiety
17:00To mark World Mental Health Day 2020, I am releasing this autogenic guided meditation to reduce fear, anxiety disorders, depression and stress. As I slowly guide you to different parts of your body, you will recite a certain phrase three times. This practice is deeply relaxing and will help you to let go of whatever is emotionally holding you back.
14:35Many meditations help you deal with anger once it has arisen. This meditation is more proactive. Through a series of questions, it helps you to think about what triggers your anger, it gives you an opportunity to get to know your anger and allows you time to think of an antidote.
Facing Grief And Loss
11:47Grief is the acute pain that accompanies loss. It is deep, because it is a reflection of what you love, and it can feel all-encompassing. Grief can follow the loss of a loved one, both human and animal. In this meditation you bring the person you are grieving over into your mind and talk to them and reflect on the good times you have spent together. It allows you a safe place to face your emotions.
Coronavirus: Dealing With Fear And Anxiety
13:40The world is going through a very challenging time, due to the Coronavirus. Many people are becoming sick and having to isolate. This is causing huge amounts of fear, anxiety and panic. All of these ultimately stem from our minds. It is not possible to control the spread of the virus, but it is possible to control our minds and the way we respond to it. This guided meditation will help you deal with your thoughts of fear, anxiety and panic by showing you they are just thoughts and so we can learn to let them go. Please stay safe and healthy at this difficult time.
9:30Forgiveness doesn’t mean being passive or not taking action. It doesn’t mean standing down when we need to protect ourselves or someone else from harm. You practice forgiveness for your own sake, so you are not locked in bitterness, sadness and resentment. These just harden your emotions, narrow your options in responding to life, cloud your judgment and shift your attention from those who matter to you to those whom you dislike. This guided meditation helps you to give forgiveness to yourself and others.
9:00it's not uncommon for physical illnesses, especially ones causing chronic pain, to lead to mental suffering. In this visulisation meditation, you are guided to downsize your pain through various exercises. You will be asked to rate the pain and see it as a shape and colour, and by altering your image of the pain, you will be able to reduce your pain levels. www.buddhismguide.org
Allowing Your Thoughts To Flow
12:16What is it that makes us emotionally suffer the most? Often, it is our thoughts. We tend to believe every thought and chase after each and every one. This causes anxiety, stress, and even obsessive behavior. This guided practice helps you to see thoughts are just thoughts and teaches you how to let them rise and fall on their own.