Thank you for becoming part of the Kalma experience designed for those in search of calm.
The delicate KALMA RING with two moving stones is useful when overwhelmed by stress or anxiety. By gently touching the stones and engaging in a brief and simple mindfulness meditation practice you can find greater calm.
Welcome to the guided mindful focused Kalma ring meditation
Bringing awareness to your whole body. Connecting with the breath and taking in a full intentional breath.
Now shifting your attention to your Kalma Ring and making this the object of focus. visually exploring every part of it. Noticing the shape, the colors, the play of light on the frame. Notice any contrast that’s present between the stones. Taking in all that can be seen in this moment.
And now shifting the awareness to sensation. slowly and gently sliding your fingers over the structure of the ring, noticing a variety of textures. With curiosity, exploring all that can be felt. Noticing the coolness or warmth, the contact with the skin, the motion.
Being fully present with the experience of touch.
And now holding the ring near your nose and bringing awareness to your sense of smell. Can you sense an aroma coming from the clay sphere? Is it subtle or Strong. Or maybe there is no aroma at all. Noticing whatever is here in this moment.
And when you're ready, letting go of the exploration of the ring and shifting the beam of your attention to your whole body. Noticing any thoughts, emotions, and feelings that are here right now.. Whatever you notice, just allow it to be as it is.
Bringing friendly, curious, and kind awareness to your experience moment to moment.
And when it feels right for you, if your eyes are closed, opening them and returning to your daily activities with greater calm and balance.
Now that you are familiar with the Kalma ring, use it as a reminder to touch into calm. Throughout the day when you find yourself in a stressful situation consciously touch the ring and repeat the brief meditation that you have just learned to ground yourself in the present moment.
The Kalma project is co-financed by the Republic of Slovenia and the European Union from the European Regional Development Fund.