Entries tagged with “Guided Meditation”
Connect to the sacred sexual and erotic energy living in your low belly, pelvis, and genitals. This energy is related to our desire, our connection with others, our pleasure, playfulness, and the possibility of personal growth. It is a powerful part of who we are, whether or not we share that energy sexually with anyone else. Breathe into this space to honor and listen to it, inviting its guidance in our lives. This is a very simple mindfulness-based meditation, there is no explicit material here.
Guided meditation can be used to promote better sleep, reduce stress and anxiety, and even to relieve chronic pain.
Excerpt from Totem Animals, Plain & Simple By Celia M. Gunn
A guided meditation to calm yourself.
Nourishing the back-body chakras is like leaning back into a waterfall of grace.
Chronic pain isn’t always telling us that something is wrong necessarily, but it is telling us something.
Get a boost of energy with this Ayurveda inspired audio meditation.
An audio meditation to engage with our anger and compassion without shame.
This guided meditation connects with sounds and distractions to help us get centered. This classical technique, called pratyahara, allows the mind and body to calm down, focus, and feel a lot better.
A guided meditation to harness your sexual energy.
Wander through a delicious fantasyland filled with benevolent flowers with nourishing, healing properties.
Invite your desire to speak to you in your dreams.
This guided meditation allows the listener to release unwanted emotions.
Become present while connecting with Earth energy through the use of breathing exercises and guided visualizations
An audio meditation for times of emotional pain.
An audio meditation for letting go and moving on.
An audio meditation to open our understanding of our different voices.
Explore the power of loneliness and isolation through guided meditation.
Sometimes the fastest way to feel better is to simply allow ourselves to be with the emotion of sadness in our bodies.
Explore an opening and embodying of divine love