Video blogs and video excerpts from workshops can be found here. I recommend the question and answer sessions in particular, as many students have similar questions, but hesitate to ask. If any of the videos here inspire you to ask your own questions or deepen your practice, feel free to contact me at chrisluard21@gmail.com

 

Filmed at a meditation workshop,  June 2017. At Deb's Yoga Studio in Pembrokeshire, Wales. In this short clip, Christopher gives helpful advise for feeling the breath completely.

 

In this short clip, Christopher is giving an example of feeling the energy inside the body, and briefly explains the importance of knowing the body energy as a part of the meditation practice.

 
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In the short clip, Christopher gives a quick example of how thoughts bring us out of the present moment, and suggests the technique of labeling the thought process as a way of keeping the mind silent.

 
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In the short clip, Christopher gently explains the benefit of consistently bringing the mind back to the present moment.


 

In the short clip, Christopher discusses the challenge of falling asleep during a meditation practice.

 
 
 

 

In this short clip, Christopher gives a technique which can be used to both raise the energy in the body and reclaim the body from the conceptual mind.

 
 
 

In this short clip, Christopher gives us a way of learning to meditate with discomfort, and how the lessons learned there are applicable to every day life.

 
 
 

In this short clip, Christopher discusses how the primary practice can allow one to completely embrace the present moment, and briefly touches on some of the later stages of the practice.

 
 
 
 

In this short clip, Christopher gives valuable advise for starting a meditation practice at home for beginners.

 
 
 
 
 

This video was first given on Facebook Live. Christopher teaches here about how human beings fall out of oneness with the Universe through clinging to beliefs, and how we can reclaim our divinity.