When there’s a traumatic event in our lives – whether it’s personal or world – we tend to separate our memories and experiences into Before and After. So now we’re reconnecting and readjusting to our new “After” world. It’s a new world and our culture is changing, but there are many ways it’s changing for the better.
A meditation for you and your family, members of your household, or just yourself, in these times of quarantine and beyond. Appropriate for kids and adults of all ages, depending on attention span. Guided meditation for five minutes and then ten minutes of meditation with soft background music.
Affirmation: I am safe, I am healthy, I am loved.
How we all can remain peaceful, creative, and loving during this time of quarantine. We are going through an unprecedented time that can be scary for all of us, but if we take it day by day we can get through it. We are SPECTACULAR human beings!
Is it possible to be TOO positive? To the point where it could hurt our own mental health? I speak with Justice Bartlett–writer, NLP practitioner, and hypnotherapist–about her philosophy on the balance of the positive and the negative.
I found Justice through her article, “Positive Vibes Only” is Toxic: The Danger of New Age Spiritualism.
We all have different parts inside of us, the child, the caretaker, and the higher self. I talk about creating a balance between the three selves and guide you through a visualization to access your higher self. Your higher self can give you answers, abundance, and guidance. Use this meditation/visualization to practice accessing your higher self when you need it.
When we read the news it’s hard to feel empowered. What can I do in my little corner of the world? Sometimes it feels overwhelming. So I put together twenty little things you can easily do this week (and next) to change the world.
I just recently learned about the concept of Wabi Sabi – a Japanese term that means embracing the beauty of imperfection, impermanence, and being incomplete. A discussion on the philosophy of these concepts.