Get the Feeling…

I hired a professional recording studio and created these movement meditation audios because I wanted, in effect, to be right there beside you, leading you through the exercises. I wanted you to put the book down and be guided effortlessly into a state of “Presence.”

It’s often difficult on our own to find this illusive thing called presence.  It’s hard to know what it is.  It’s intangible.  It’s easy to miss.  But it’s crucial.

Getting this experience is the most important first step on your path. These audios will make it easier.

Click these links (audio #1audio #2, and audio #3) to download the movement meditations that go with the Mentastics Mantra exercises.  Or, if you want to save them to your hardrive, right click the links and choose “Save to Target”.  Or, if you’re on a Mac, choose “Download Linked File As…” or “Open in I-Tunes.”

Thoughts?  Questions?  Please post your comments below and I’ll reply personally.

Love and light,

Audrey Mairi  (Author of Pathway to Presence and Trager for Self-Healing)


12 Responses to

  1. Mischa Jay says:

    The accompaniment to “Trager for Self Healing” is soothing and resounding. I hear the voice in my sleep, when I wake up, and in my day to day life. It helps me achieve and surpass what I thought I could do. Being grounded is an asset…being “here”…well, that’s a necessity that I hope everyone comes to enjoy.

  2. Mischa Jay says:

    …so sorry…I meant to leave an explanation mark at the end…so here it is in spades: !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thank you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. nadia says:

    All I could say after was truly amazing. I can hardly type I feel so free. AS a Trager student, it has been a long time since I felt this way. Oh my Thanks you is not enough.

  4. Audrey Mairi says:

    Hi Nadia,
    I am very grateful for your wonderful comments. To be able to offer a chance for empowerment and freedom is why I have been called to do this work. I am very grateful to spread the work of Dr. Trager in the way that speaks to me. Spread your light!!
    Love and light, Audrey

  5. Jenny says:

    Actually, they *did* have machines that made wwioehtrk like that in the 1850s and going forward; they’re not in production any more, which is a loss. Lay quality 19th century machined wwioehtrk side by side with handmade wwioehtrk from the same era, and one of the only ways you can tell which is which is to examine the back; handwork tends to jump motif to motif wherever the sewist chose to jump, while machined work jumps in the same spot on each motif, over and over. The technology was flat-out amazing.A 19th century lock stitch machine *did* sew just as smoothly as a modern lock stitch machine. Lay good examples of each side by side, and you cannot tell any difference. We’ve not been able to improve on that initial stitch formation or mechanisms, in over a century and a half!Given the destructive effect of the washing machine on the wwioehtrk (140 year old fabric just doesn’t tolerate agitation and abrasion well) and the designs themselves from the closeup, this was, sadly, not a repro piece that quality and the motif style is just not present in modern textiles (since the 1960s, anyhow we’ve gone very much downhill.)The historic styles aren’t uncomfortable; they were practical for their time. They’re just different from modern, is all. There’s some pretty funky modern underwear that doesn’t strike all audiences as comfie and useful, too. :)The gut reaction of panic and horror seeing this sort of destruction must seem a little odd to those who don’t have a fascination with historic styles. Probably someone in the future will have a similar reaction to the refashioning of puffed sleeve, shoulder pad 1980s monstrosities but I doubt it. 🙂

  6. If you’re reading this, you’re all set, pardner!

  7. Mirta says:

    That yarn looks so squishy and soft. Beautiful dgisen (as usual) and I’m loving all the pinks and grays you’ve been using lately. -a fellow fan of grink? Doesn’t have the same pizzazz as “grellow.”

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  9. Great!Did you start with a glass rod? My first fly rod was a fiberglass rod and I haven’t get over it enough to buy another one just yet.

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  12. Helene sellery says:

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