Audio MP3 meditation downloads and audio streams, written reflections and contemplative resources by Dorinda Miller

Audio Meditation




An opportunity to release any cares and concerns before going on an imaginative journey to walk in the hills.

This meditation lasts approximately 25 minutes including narration, music and periods of silence.

'Ffald-y-Brenin' has been written and read by Dorinda Miller; © D Miller 2014. Ffald-y-Brenin features verses from Psalm 139:23-24 from THE MESSAGE Bible, by Eugene H. Peterson. For full credit details please see the site credits page

A testimony on this meditation

“The meditation led us to a cross on a high point and then on to a small chapel. I met with Jesus in the Chapel and He led me outside to a stream where He poured healing water over my head. The experience was so real that I felt the water pouring over me although my coat was not wet. Over the next few days I realised I had been healed of a sense of dread and sensation of panic on waking each morning, which had been with me since the time of a family bereavement when I was a child. I have remained completely healed since that day.” Kay



  • Find a time and a place where you can be quiet and free from distractions.
  • Ensure your phone/mobile device is set to an option were it will not disturb you (e.g. ‘airplane mode’ or ‘off’!)
  • If there is a handout with the meditation you have selected, print it out.
  • If there is an optional song to listen to at the end of the meditation, and you would like to hear it, ensure that you have access to it.*


  • Sit in a comfortable position.
  • Press play and enter into the meditation.
  • If your mind wanders you may find it helpful to look at the photograph that goes with the meditation that you have selected.


  • When the meditation ends you may like to listen to the optional song, if one is suggested.
  • Before you return to your activities, take a few moments to reflect on your experience of the meditation and to maybe record, in a notebook or journal, any words or pictures or verses that have come to you during this time.
  • Finally take a moment or two to be thankful for what you have received/experienced through this meditation.

*   no extra content has been specified for this meditation.