daverupa wrote:I would offer kaya contemplation: basically training to experience breathing as a whole-body event, and sustaining attention away from chains of thought. Then, talking with them about calming involvement with that has a good foundation, and in this way the first tetrad of anapanasati is introduced as a process of lucid awareness & letting go, rather than as a religious engagement or strictly seated endeavor.
I'm unaware of specific Youtube resources that align with this.
That sounds a lot like Thanissaro Bhikkhu's meditation instructions. The guided meditation is 40 mins long though.
You could try his metta instructions, though it is not on youtube. http://dhammatalks.org/mp3_collections_index.html#guided
Or there is Ven. yuttadhammo's instructions: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mH2sEqrCza4
though it is not traditional breath meditation.
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