Dreams can be quite obscure, but are actually a gateway to your unconsciousness pool of wisdom buried in images, deeper meanings, and symbolism. It can be difficult to rememeber your dreams upon awaking. Use this meditation to help enhance your ability to remember your dreams. This is designed for listening just before going to sleep.
Practice standing in love each day by connecting to the flow of unconditional love through meditation, prayer, journaling, gratitude hugs, laughter yoga, listening, or just being present in the moment. Allow it to wrap you and encase you in its warm embrace. I promise you will feel a difference in your heart and soul.
Gratitude is defined as the “quality of being grateful, thankful or a in a state of appreciation.” It is simply the act of looking around and seeing all the good in the world. This meditation will help you experience a shift from the fear-based part of your brain (called the reptilian brain) up to the love-focused part of the brain (called neocortex). This shift releases positive neurotransmitters like oxytocin into the brain which perpetuates the positive feelings of gratitude, unconditional love, compassion, and acceptance. Enjoy!
Follow me to the Field of Miraculous as we work through the Chakras to the field where miracles happen.
Learning to set healthy limits for yourself helps you build a sense of safety and responsibility for your own health and happiness. The more you feel safe and secure, the easier it will be to feel more love and joy in your life. Use this meditation practice to help you build strong limits for yourself so you may achieve and stay in balance more often.
Healthy boundaries are the healthy limits you set with other people, external situations and anything else outside of yourself. Imagine healthy boundaries as the rail on the left side of your love bridge. When your boundary rail is full of healthy boundaries you set with other people or situations, then it creates a sense of safety and protection from the daily stresses of being human. If you know your authentic self (including light side and dark side), feel your feelings and take care of your needs you will know what you can and cannot do while staying in balance in the present moment. The more you know and accept yourself unconditionally then you can easily make decisions about what boundaries you need moment to moment to stay in balance the best you can.
One of the major steps toward being in balance is clearing negative thoughts and stress loops that are distracting you from being your best self. Here is a special meditation designed to help you stop stress loops and better.
Many of us were not modeled healthy intimacy as a child. We were not taught, and maybe even discouraged to love ourselves. We were told it was not nice or even considered bragging.’ Loving yourself does not mean self-worship or narcissism. It means giving yourself respect, forgiveness and kindness. So, no, self-love does not equal selfishness. Self-love equates to your self-worth. And when you don’t feel worthy, you begin to attract negative energy into your life. This can come in the form of anger, jealousy, blame, criticism, and loneliness which can lead to poor relationship choices, conflicts on the job, and depression. That’s not an enjoyable way to live. That is why it is so important to give yourself the love you need, first. Don’t wait for someone else to do it for you. The best relationship you can have is the one you have with yourself.
Take a journey to find your soul’s purpose or a gift from your higher self.
Compassion as defined by Merriam-Webster dictionary is sympathetic consciousness of others’ distress together with a desire to alleviate it. Compassion for yourself is the ability to have sympathy for yourself as you experience the essential pains of life within in your mind and body. Giving yourself compassion can come in many forms including reassuring yourself either verbally or physically, feeling unconditional love for yourself, and just being present for yourself like a healthy parent would be there for their stressed out child.