Guided Meditation Practices

Meditation connects us to our natural state of well-being. It’s a powerful way to shift into a happier vibration.

In meditation our body and mind release accumulated stress, tension, fear and confusion – and we regain our natural state of balance, joy, and calm.

Scientific research has found when we meditate our breathing slows, stress hormones decrease, blood pressure goes down and the production of DHEA, the anti-aging hormone, increases.

Being in this more relaxed place enables us to open up to our own brilliance and creativity, we make better decisions.

Meditation Tips

  • Meditate at the same time every day.
  • It is good to meditate when you wake up in the morning. This is the best time to achieve optimal brainwave states. In the morning you have less momentum going with your thoughts.  If you need to, set your alarm clock a little earlier. Morning is also a beneficial time because our busy schedules often get in the way and it’s easy to feel like we don’t have time to meditate.
  • Meditate in the same place. Sit in a comfortable place with a backrest if necessary, try not to slouch. If you want to lie down, that is fine too. Make sure you’re comfortable.

If your mind keeps wandering, don't worry or feel like you're doing it wrong. Just come back to your breath or the mantra.

If you meditate for 10 minutes and get 1 minute of a quiet mind you are doing great.

If you keep bringing your attention back to the mantra your mind will quiet down.   With practice you will be able to experience the silence longer. You will feel a sense of joy and satisfaction, a feeling that all is well.

Physical Well Being Meditation

This is an easy breathing meditation from Abraham Hicks that will tune your body to its natural state of well-being.

This meditation quiets your mind. You come into vibrational harmony with Source allowing your cells to communicate with one another for better health.

When you are in vibrational harmony your body produces whatever it needs to remain in perfect balance” – Abraham Hicks

Breathe along with the beat of the music…

Breathe in to the count of 3  (1-2-3)

Breathe out slowly to the count of 5  (1-2-3- 4-5)

Don’t worry if you lose the beat just come back to it as you follow along with the meditation music.

Practice it daily and notice the feeling of strength, comfort and ease in your body.

Chanting Meditation to Expand into Intuitive Knowing

This is a very special chanting meditation that transforms your energy. I find it very useful when my mind is racing and I can’t settle down.  By the end of the meditation I am reconnected with my natural state of well-being.

It is my honor to share this meditation to Expand Into Intuitive Knowing with you.

Mantra: Ek Ong Kar Sat Gur Prasad, Sat Gur Prasad Ek Ong Kar

Posture: Sit comfortably on the floor in Easy Pose, or on a chair and close your eyes.  Roll your shoulders back and straighten your spine.  Place your palms on your thighs facing upward to receive the energy of the Universe.  This is the ideal posture but you can do this chant in any position.

Practice:  Chant the mantra in a steady rhythm with your eyes closed. Sing it with powerful intentions and enjoy the release of negative thoughts. Feel the blessings. Chant the mantra with a long deep breath. Chant with full attention allowing the power to amplify your projection. This meditation deepens your intuition and heightens your sense of inner knowing.

Time: Do 5-20 minutes. If necessary begin with a 5-minute practice, gradually increasing to 20 minutes.

Eyes: The eyes are closed or 1/10th open.

Important Notes On The Mantra - After chanting it is best to keep your thoughts and words positive, as you will be in a state of manifestation. This happens naturally as the mantra takes negative thoughts and reverses them to come out positive.

Practice The Mantra Daily -  Sing it with powerful intentions and enjoy the release of negative thoughts. Feel the blessings.

Best Time To Use It - Use daily or chant when you are feeling down or your thoughts are spinning out of control.  Chant it to get control over your own negativity.  Feel the blessings, the prasad, of the Infinite within.

Additional Information - Chanting the music out loud with feeling is a Neuro-Sensory Activator.  This is a daily practice that improves your gut-brain connection. Chanting tickles the brain and vagus nerve to re-engage their job of helping the brain regulate the autonomic body functions. It makes you healthier and improves elimination.

At the end of your meditation…

  • Put your hands on your heart and breathe into your heart
  • Breathe in love, 3 times feeling I LOVE BEING ME or feeling LOVE
  • Breathe in I AM WORTHY TO HAVE GOOD THINGS COME INTO MY LIFE, feel your value, 3 times
  • Breathe in I AM SAFE, THINGS ARE ALWAYS WORKING OUT FOR ME, feeling safe, 3 times
  • Sit quietly for a few breaths in the stillness and silence of the meditation and when you feel ready open your eyes