Feel the joy that connects you to those you love and to true happiness.
Move through a variety of breath practices that will help to manage the mind.
Visualize yourself as a young child and offer yourself true love and kindness
Here with two practice sessions in one you can develop the right posture and build deep mindfuness by focusing on the breath.
Work with a mantra and the technology of your nervous system as a way to deeply relax and still the body and mind.
A meditation offering affirmations for overcoming any hesitation we might encounter in meeting our intentions.
A metta, or loving-kindness, practice directing warmth and awareness to yourself and others.
Use your breath as a vehicle to return to the present moment.
A transformational experience of warmth toward yourself and others.
Expand your awareness and open your heart to the world that surrounds you.
Build your capacity for mindfulness by being in the present moment, aware, without judgement.
Peacefully abide with the current state of your mind.
Use breath, chanting and mudras to get out of your head, gain perspective and take the finite to the infinite.
Calm the mind, settle the body and focus on the breath.
Shift your frequency with this breath focused Kundalini meditation.
Focus on observing the chaos that surrounds you and make decisions based on wisdom, not habit.
Bring the mind back into the body.
Take a look at your current emotional weather.
Use the breath to bring awareness and focus.
Take a big picture view of your possibilities and apply your intention.
Your heart-center is an area of the physical body, and a space of consciousness. Explore the vast potential of your heart.
Strong emotions can move in on us fast! This meditation helps create space and breathing room the next time an emotion comes up on us slow or quick.
Take a conscious pause in order to set a direction for your day
A practice that helps you understand what it means to not resist your life, but to build a mind that loves regardless of what is going on. Move away from getting lost in "what if" and learn to appreciate and accept things are they are.