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11 Days of Meditation & Gratitude

13 Modules | 16 Videos | 1 Resource

Develop an attitude of gratitude; learn how to still your mind, access your higher conscious and tap into inner wisdom in just 11 days.

Scientific studies continue to confirm what yogis already know about meditation -- it positively alters our brain and helps us deal with emotional turmoil, anxiety, and physical pain (it's better than morphine).'Goodbye Medication, Hello Meditation’.

Do you often find yourself saying you don't have time to meditate?

We often hear people say they don’t have time to meditate. We all know it’s good for us but we mostly put ourselves last when it comes to self-care. How about building meditation into your morning or afternoon routine where you  give ourselves just 10-15 minutes a day to just ‘be present', to be still and to calm the mind. Use it to brighten your spirit in the morning or use it to help you fall asleep more peacefully at night. 

What if you can't meditate?

We often hear people say I’ve tried to meditate and it’s not for me because I just can’t seem to do it. The truth is, most people feel nervous about removing themselves from the noise and creating quiet; they are unsure of where the mind might wander. To make it super easy for you to get the hang of this nourishing practice we have hand selected guided meditations with a soothing voice leading you into deep stillness and relaxation. Lie down or sit up as you feel most comfortable and let us talk you through the experience every step of the way.

In this challenge, we will be complimenting the meditations with daily mantras and providing space to reflect on what you are grateful for each day (Download the 11 Day Meditation & Gratitude ebook from the resource section of the program)

Still on the fence because you've never tried meditating before?

If you've never practiced meditation, here are some really good reasons to give our 11 Days Of Meditation & Gratitude challenge a go. Science shows us that meditation can: 

  • Lower blood pressure
  • Relax the mind (Yes, this means better sleep)
  • Elicit physical relaxation
  • Make your brain stronger and help you concentrate better
  • Lessen emotional tenacity
  • Improve breathing
  • Reduce stress and tension
  • Lessen the feeling of pain
  • Help you develop the ability to reflect

We all know habits don’t just form overnight - we need to be persistent! Participating in this 11 days challenge is helping you on your way to start forming a habit and embed it into your daily routine. So join us for our Meditation & Gratitude Challenge and discover 11 short meditations that explore the practice.

The program includes traditional meditations such as Yoga Nidra and Kirtan Kriya and then propels you into contemporary meditation techniques with gratitude practices by Laurentine ten Bosch and Tom Cronin. After the 11 days you will be well versed in all different types, allowing you to find the practice that suits you best. To complement each day’s meditation we recommend you download the e-book, which can be found in the Resources section of the program. In this book you will find a schedule for the challenge, which meditation will be on each day, and a hand-picked daily mantra to match the practice. You’ll also have space to jot down notes, reflections or, if you are feeling creative, write your own mantra!

Once you’ve found a dedicated zen place, let’s begin!

Looking to deepen your practice? Maybe you are interested in one of our films about meditation and gratitude. We’ve selected 4 of our favorite films on the topic to help you deep dive into the world of mindfulness and take your health to the next level. These films are found in our additional Watch section of the program.  Watch a couple or watch them all during our 11 Day Meditation & Gratitude Challenge.


This program is provided for your general information only and is not intended to be a substitute for independent professional advice, particularly medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. You should always seek medical advice from a qualified health practitioner which takes into account your personal circumstances, general health and medical conditions. Read more

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Sheila Mitchell | 1 month ago
Thank you for the lovely meditation. I enjoyed the music, the message and the reminder to carry the essence of gratitude throughout my day. Blessings, Sheila
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Pauline Balidiong | FMTV | 1 month ago
We love to know you enjoyed everything about this series, Sheila :) ~ Pauline
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Goedele Leyssen | 1 month ago
Hello, what's the music playing in the background? I really like the song....
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Iris Aguanta | FMTV | 1 month ago
Hi Goedele, can you kindly tell us which video so we can check? Thank you and we look forward to hearing back from you :) ~ Iris
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Jacqueline Muili | 1 month ago
Thank you!
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Iris Aguanta | FMTV | 1 month ago
You're welcome, Jacqueline! ;) ~ Iris
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Lucie Carey | 1 month ago
Beautiful
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Teja VanWicklen | 1 month ago
I’m very excited to try out everything on FMTV. I absolutely loved the Transendence videos and has been forcing my family to watch them.

I’ve wanted to meditate more deeply all my life and do it erratically. There are lots of changes I’d like to make an I am ready to make them all.

That said, this meditation did not resonate with me. I think I’m just different than other people. It was just a little too on the nose.

I also wish meditation introductions explained breathing a bit better. Most people breathe with their shoulders and when you say take a deep breath they lift and that puts them to a certain extent in fight or flight mode. All meditations should begin with a brief understanding of how to breathe deeply rather than just the words breathe deeply. I studied with Dr. Belisa Vranich. If you don’t know who she is, for shame. I would love to see something about her on FM TV.

I will keep exploring this site, thank you so much.
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Jasmin Habelito | FMTV | 1 month ago
Hi Teja! Thanks for sharing your thoughts with us and I hope you continue on enjoying FMTV :) I'll pass your comment regarding Dr. Belisa Vranich to the team. Yours in wellness, Jasmin.
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Trine Hedegaard | 1 month ago
i just really love this serie. thank you ❤️
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