Posts tagged: guided meditation

Meditation~ Self Hood~ Reclaiming what has been lost

Any life experiences that have overwhelmed us, traumatized us or brought on feelings of great shame or guilt are just a few of the reasons we fragment and lose parts of ourselves. Some people have been in controlling and manipulative relationships since childhood. Much gets lost in these types of relationships.

Inspiration~Self-Acceptance Meditation

To Begin: Light a candle or some incense creating a sacred space bringing your attention to the present moment. Read the meditation through slowly and get a feel for the essence of this work. Open your mind and relax your body as you bring in the feeling of deep self acceptance and your divine connection […]

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Self~Discovery Discovering your Emotional Nature

Self discovery is a term many more people are beginning to embrace with a sense of curiosity. Some are more than curious. They are down right interested in understanding what makes them “tick” so to speak. They want to know why they make the choices they do, why they act and react as they do and why people treat them in certain ways. This blog post on Self-Discovery is targeting our emotional nature at present.

Seven Self help Steps To Health and Happiness

Step One: Smile! Smile! As soon as you wake up, even before you open your eyes, put a smile on your face. Whisper or silently say, “This is a great day thank-you for it.” The first time you see your face in the mirror in the morning smile at yourself. Every time during the day […]

Self Mastery and Self Acceptance

Self Mastery is the ability to accept and make the most of our physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health. Self-acceptance is seeing and accepting things for the way they truly are, not the way we want them to be, hope them to be, or pretend that they are. Self Mastery and Self Acceptance Go Hand […]


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