Here's What's Included

Six, 45-minute meditations, each one focused on an ACT process

    1. Welcome to "A Meditation In Process: Six meditations on the ACT processes"

    1. A Meditation in Process: Being Present

    2. A Meditation in Process: Acceptance

    3. A Meditation in Process: Thought Defusion

    4. A Meditation in Process: Perspective Taking

    5. A Meditation in Process: Values

    6. A Meditation in Process: Committed Action

This series was created in partnership with Yoga Soup and was originally offered as a live, in person and online, weekly meditation series.

You can access all six meditations on-demand for only $49. That's over half off the original price!

Your guide

Diana Hill

Diana Hill, PhD is a clinical psychologist, international trainer and sought-out speaker on Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and compassion. Host of the podcast Your Life in Process, Diana has interviewed thought leaders and spiritual teachers such as Jack Kornfield, Rick Hanson, and Brother Phap Huu. Co-author of ACT Daily Journal, Diana guides you to develop psychological flexibility so that you stay open and present while pursuing your deepest values. Diana blogs for Psychology Today, is a guest teacher at InsightLA Meditation Center, Blue Spirit Costa Rica, PESI Continuing Education, Praxis Continuing Education and Insight Timer Meditation. Diana has over 20 years of experience of meditation and yoga. In 2000 she studied with Thich Nhat Hanh in Plum Village, France where she learned the foundations of Engaged Buddhism. Diana completed her 200 hr Yoga Teacher Training at Eldorado Mountain Yoga Ashram and her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology at CU Boulder.

A Meditation In Process: Six meditation of the ACT processes

An inner journey into acceptance, values and self-compassion. You will gain tools to find freedom in your life right away. I welcome new practitioners looking for a gentle guided practice as well as experienced sitters hungry for a fresh perspective. We will unfold together, in process.

Meditation strengthens your capacity to be present with whatever shows up.