Mostly silent meditation practising choiceless awareness, with occasional instructions to check for the presence or absence of each of the seven factors of awakening: mindfulness, investigation, energy, joy, tranquillity, concentration, and equanimity
This is a practice that brings in ease to the mind and body, offering relief from our dukkha while also supporting more mental clarity to see through some of our confusion and aversion.
It can be used for stress, grief, and being overwhelmed. It can also be used to prepare for more concentration and steady mindfulness when the mind or body is a bit stirred up.
Guided meditation beginning with a reading from the Satipatthana Sutta on the anatomical parts of the body, followed by reciting of the 32 parts then body scans knowing the body in terms of its skin, flesh, and bones