Live Mindfully is a blog organized by Integrative Health Partners, a mindfulness and acceptance group practice, and provides over a dozen excellent mindfulness and ACT exercises to download for free.
Mindful is a mission-driven non-profit dedicated to inspiring, guiding, and connecting anyone who wants to explore mindfulness—to enjoy better health, more caring relationships, and a compassionate society.
Ten Percent Happier has a “Coronavirus Sanity Guide” with many meditation recordings.
Many folks love Calm, a meditation app with a companion website. It’s offering a variety of meditations and exercises to help us all calm down.
Hundreds (thousands?) of Dharma talks and meditations available on Dharma Seed.
ACT Mindfully – completely free of charge for the next few months due to the COVID pandemic
o Mindfulness Skills Vol 1 – these are ‘ACT classics’ – e.g. leaves on a stream, mindful breathing
o Mindfulness Skills Vol 2 – more challenging exercises – e.g. long body scan, pure awareness
o The Reality Slap – Exercises & Meditations Self-compassion, loving-kindness and mindful grounding exercises
The Mindfulness Community of Milwaukee offers free meditation instruction (click on the tab “Classes & Retreats”) and meditation downloads.
Shambhala Center of Milwaukee is currently offering online meditation for people in recovery (“Heart of Recovery”).
Live, Group Meditation
Bill and Susan Morgan of the Barre Center for Buddhist Studies offer a daily meditation.
Jon Aaron and Upayadhi offer twice daily, live meditation sittings on most days of the week.