Guided Meditation audio
To download a 20-minute Guided Mindfulness Meditation (by courtesy of Bangor Institute of Mindfulness and Mindfulness Research), please click here.
Clicking on the above audio link may automatically play the Meditation audio in your browser's window, or it may give you some further options (depending on which
computer or device you are using).
If you wish to be able to listen to this Guided Meditation off-line, you can do so by downloading it as an MP3 file. For an explanation on how to do this, please refer to the "downloading guide" below.
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Windows PC or Linux
If on a Wndows PC or Linux computer,
right-click on the audio link, a pop-up menu showing a list of options will appear. Choose one of the following options: "Save Target As…", or "Save Link As…" or "Download Link...", then choose the directory or location on your hard-disk into
which you wish to save the MP3 file.
Mac OS X
If on a Mac "ctrl-click" on the audio link, a pop-up menu showing a list of options will appear. Click on "Save Link As…" then choose the folder or location on your hard-disk
into which you wish to save the MP3 file. Alternatively, if the Meditation audio has automatically launched itself and is playing within your browser's window, you can download it by going to "File" then "Save Page As …" - this will allow you to save
it as an MP3 file on to your hard disk.
Android smartphones and devices
Using the Android browser, "long click" on the desired audio link and then click on "Save Link". The audio file will then download to the "download" folder
on your phone's (or other device's) SD card. There are also many apps available that are specifically designed for downloading and storing audio files on Android devices.
iPhone and iPad devices
For instructions on how to manually
add audio files to an iOS device, see the Apple guide page. There are also a number of apps available from the iTunes
store that will enable you to download files for off-line listening.