Your Tranquility Took Kit

Written by on April 7, 2020 in Conscious Living, Inspirational, Meditation with 0 Comments


Wherever you are in the world, I hope that you and your family are faring well. I hope that you are able to manage the many ramifications of the COVID-19 pandemic, be that health, financial, and isolation. This is the time to use everything that we have in our tool kit to help with troubled times. 

I want to remind us all that we CAN do hard things. YOU can do hard things. 


Unique Times Call for Deeper Compassion

It's truly a unique time to draw inward and cultivate the tranquility that is possible despite events and circumstances. Perhaps, through all of this, we may open up our minds and hearts to see and learn what we may become through this experience, both individually and collectively.

Truly this time is not about success in any traditional sense of the word. We all are affected by this global pandemic and regardless how we are impacted by this pandemic, we must all go inside and learn to find our strength within. We must have compassion for everyone involved in this thing, understanding that we may all have different opinions and experiences regarding this pandemic. No one is above learning valuable lessons from this experience.

Your Tranquility Tool Kit

Photo by David Newkirk

This is the time to dig deep into our tool kit and use everything we’ve got to keep our spirits high. 

I’ve compiled a free tool kit that you can use any time you need to keep your spirits high. It's a digital download that will give you access to all the things that can help you find your center during these times.


Here’s what’s in this tool kit.


  • For stress: Yoga Nidra for Stress recording (34 minutes)
  • For sleep: Yoga Nidra for Sleep recording (25 minutes)
  • To help you breathe: Stress Free breathing practices
  • To relax and connect to your body: Gentle Yoga Practice (60 minutes)
  • To move, strengthen, and erase stress from your body: Moderate/Intermediate Yoga Practice (60 minutes)
  • Feel-good music for these times:
    • “Let It Be” by Megan Peters and Scott Moore
    • Link to some incredible musicians’ Facebook and recordings of music
      • Megan Peters
      • John Louviere (find his Cabin Fever Covers on March 22, 2020)
    • Here’s a link to an amazing musician, MNEK, from Britain, who wrote and produced some absolutely STUNNING acapella songs about Coronavirus that are simultaneously hilarious and incredibly soulful. 
    • “Bored”
    • “Quarantine”
    • “Selfisolation”
    • “Stay Your Ass Indoors”
  • Reading pleasure: Selected posts from my blog
    • Walking Into The Fire
    • Seeing the Finger of God: New Directions in Jazz
    • On The Corner of Justice and Compassion
    • Lionel Richie is My Guru
    • Grand Theft Auto: A Study in Mindfulness
      • Part 1 
      • Part 2


There is no better time than now to employ all the tools in our tool kit This is the time that we’ve been preparing for. It’s time to dive deep into your tool belt and use everything you’ve got. 


Blessings! Stay safe. Stay sane.


Photo by Alex Adams

Scott Moore is a senior teacher of yoga and mindfulness in the US (New York, Salt Lake City, LA) and abroad and the author of Practical Yoga Nidra: The 10-Step Method to Reduce Stress, Improve Sleep, and Restore Your Spirit. When he's not teaching or conducting retreats, or traveling to teach, he also writes for Conscious Life News, Elephant Journal, Mantra Magazine, Medium, and his own blog at Scott also loves to run, play the saxophone, and travel with his wife and son. Check out his yoga retreats and trainings in places like Tuscany, France, and Hong Kong , his online Yoga Nidra Course and his Yoga Teacher Mentor Program. Scott just moved back to Salt Lake City after living in Southern France with his family.

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