Mini Meditation Audios Available from Elizabeth Scala

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I love collaborating with nurses (and others) and sharing information that seems like it might be of interest to others.  In this post I can do both.   I received an email from ElizaElizabeth-Scala-12-200x300beth Scala announcing the release of 4 mini meditations.  (There is no charge and you need only provide your email and name and then you’ll receive a quick confirmation email.)  They are based on her ‘Nursing from Within’ Model that offers great resources to help you  with stress, burnout, and compassion fatigue that are so common in our day to day work.

As Elizabeth says, “Our jobs as nurses are tough; indulge in a bit of self-care and holistic healing.”

You can download and listen whenever is convenient.  Three are about 10 min and the 4th is 15 min.  I haven’t listened to them yet, but have them saved for when I’d like to take a short meditation break.  (I’m a sporadic meditator with an eclectic schedule so I like the idea that I can have access to them whenever feels convenient for me.

I am familiar with her model of ‘Nursing from Within‘ and trust each will be supportive and of high quality.  Check them out and let us know what you think. Thanks, Elizabeth!

 

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  4. Elizabeth Scala says:

    Thanks for sharing, Beth! It’s always great to provide content and resources to your audience. And yes, you can use them any time. So glad you have them now for a lifetime. Enjoy the moments of self-care when you can. Appreciate you, my friend!

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