Mindfulness, meditation, living in the present... these are all buzz terms you’ve probably heard. Maybe even tried. But if you haven’t yet found your fit, join ...
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A new season of Great Minds is coming soon
Need a little break from your day? Season two of Great Minds guided meditations is coming soon, introducing a new range of meditation styles and teachers. Experience sound bath meditation, Mettā, Vipassana, Tibetan Tonglen, and meditations based in First Nations knowledge.
SBS' Great Minds meditation podcast is now available in five languages
Great Minds is an SBS meditation podcast that introduces various meditation styles from across the world. The series is now available in five languages - Arabic, Cantonese, Hindi, Mandarin and Punjabi. Try short mindfulness exercises created for you by teachers of Yoga Nidra, Qigong, Japanese Shinrin-yoku or forest bathing, Filipino Hilot, Hawaiian Ho'oponopono and Wayapa Wuurrk.
Ho’oponopono meditation 1: Aloha, limitless love
Ho'oponopono is a traditional Hawaiian practice centred on reconciliation. Roughly translated, ho'oponopono means ‘to make things right’. It teaches the importance of love and forgiveness to address the ‘pohaku’ or burdens that weigh us down. In this short mindfulness exercise, Kumu Pa'a Kawika Foster leads you on a journey of healing surrounded by your family. Sit or lie down comfortably as you begin.
Ho’oponopono meditation 2: Your light
Guiding us this episode is Kumu Pa'a Kawika Foster, a practitioner of Hawaiian ho’oponopono. Kawika will share a story about the light we carry from birth - it goes to the essence of Ho’oponopono. You can sit or lie down as you listen, whatever makes you comfortable.
In this last episode of Great Minds Season 1, we will finish with a final episode of Ho’oponopono. At its core, the practice is a process of making things right by forgiving, forgetting, and remembering, which is what Kawika will focus on. Sit, or lie down for this episode.
Mindfulness, meditation, living in the present... these are all buzz terms you’ve probably heard. Maybe even tried. But if you haven’t yet found your fit, join host Leah Vandenberg to try various meditation styles from across the world. Learn about Filipino Hilot, Japanese forest bathing, Hawaiian ho'oponopono and more. Whether you’ve been meditating for years, or this is your first time, these short meditations led by experienced teachers will fit neatly into your day. Versions of the series are available in five languages: Arabic, Cantonese, Hindi, Mandarin and Punjabi.