With reality creating, it pays to spend time reflecting mindfully on what it is you are intending to create. This meditation helps you do exactly that, incorporating creative visualisation, story-telling and mindfulness mantras that help you make/feel/see the connection between words, feelings and body sensations. [/audio Feeling is as important (possibly more important) than visualisation and affirmations. Or to phrase this a little differently: visualisation … Continue reading Make-a-wish Mindfulness Meditation
Listen for free, then contact us to enquire about purchasing your own copy. Are you feeling frustrated, tense and scattered? The ‘Centre Yourself’ meditation uses guided imagery to teach mindfulness techniques designed to help you find your calm inner centre again. This meditation is particularly useful if you want to develop healthier behaviours in response to stress. Continue reading Centre Yourself : Aura Meditation
Self-talk internal dialogue mantra sentence button-pusher litany statement of intent declaration of power transformational language self-hypnosis Conversations with spirit guides These are the terms I use to describe the various word-based therapeutic tools I teach my clients how to use during consults. The one word I don’t use is ‘affirmation’. If I use the word affirmation, I lose the client’s attention. This word sparks a … Continue reading The power of words as a therapeutic device
Impatience is one of my habitual states. On the plus side, I get a lot done! Unfortunately, this habitual aura colour colours my experience of life in a negative way, so the sooner I identify the beliefs that contribute to that state, the sooner I can begin to shift it.
We can do this exercise together, so I can share the process with you. To begin with, I’m noticing that when I feel impatient, my focus is fixated on the future. When I notice that, I remind myself how often I shy away from the past. I’m also noticing that my fixation on the future stops me from relaxing into the moment and really enjoying it. Next, I recognise that the restless impatient feeling is a habit, an addiction; it’s familiar and comfortable for me. I deliberately start to change the way I feel and add words to this new feeling to help me anchor it in.
A few years ago I had the experience of being temporarily immersed in a world of scientists and psychologists while at a happiness conference. I love science and psychology but I also love spirituality and my psychic or shamanic world. Unfortunately, most people who are into science and psychology aren’t so open-minded. While immersed in this dry world of intellect and ideas, I found myself losing touch with my psychic self because I felt I had to hide it or be deemed a crack pot, or someone of lesser intelligence.