Below you’ll find links to a variety of guided meditations. They’re arranged in order of length, with 5 minute exercises at the top and meditations up to 21 minutes long toward the bottom.
A simple exercise for regaining a sense of connectedness and power when you feel out of alignment with what's happening in your life.
So hum can be translated as "I am." It is a direct connection with our most basic condition: BEING. This is one of the most ancient Sanskrit mantras and, while it is simple, its significance is extremely profound. It brings us away from all the small, false identities which are the source of delusion and suffering and brings us home to cosmic consciousness. In this meditation we learn how to not simply say the mantra in the mind, but to embody it with our whole selves.
The meditation practice is, primarily, a sacred time that we set aside, a safe space that we hold apart so that we can cultivate a very particular energy--one of radical acceptance. Any real revelations that come to you are a result of this acceptance of what is.
Arrive in nature. Wash away sticky thoughts and emotions.
We visualize the qualities that we most crave living at our center. Then we watch as those powerful resources burn way all that's extra--the qualities that feel negative, unwanted, distracting.
Drop the illusion of separateness in this exercise connecting you back to the earth, the air and the human family.
When we align with the moment, acknowledging and accepting it exactly as it shows up, we prepare ourselves for revelations of truth.
We explore the leap from revelation to integration--whereby we begin living in a way that honors our deepest truths. It ends with a contemplation question that I invite you to explore throughout the coming days and weeks.
This is a meditation for breaking down the imagined barriers between you and your world. Using the gateways of the senses we connect to all around us.
A guided meditation that gets you in touch with that powerful inner presence which radiates light, warmth, connection, life and love.
Discover the major energy centers in your body and develop a deep relationship to them.
We learn how to dance with our meditation object. Then we journey to the origins of our relationship with anxiety.
If you’re ready to step into a new chapter of being, one with less anxiety and more authenticity, it might be time for a right of passage meditation. We’ll reflect on our journey and then step bravely into a new relationship with worry and with truth.
We engage our curiosity and travel through the different energies in the body. We meet anxiety at the end, curious about what it is and how it works.
We become what is bigger than our challenging emotions so that we can explore their nature and learn from them.