Guided Meditation: Accessing inner wisdom

Everyone has access to their own inner wisdom, but sometimes we get stuck in our own heads or we get stuck in logic thinking patterns which means our intuition can’t get a word in. This guided meditation can help clear the chatter.

Guided Meditation: Release money blocks

Many of us form blocks about our ability to access money. These then become limiting beliefs. By accessing where these beliefs came from, we can challenge them. This guided meditation aims to do just that!

Guided Meditation: Three good things

We’re trying something new here at Magenta School of Magick. As the nights draw in and autumn comes, we too can find our own sense of self shifting in these darker months. We have been running a three part series of interconnected meditations throughout September looking at Tackling Depression.
This is part three. Distracting the mind by recalling events that took place the day before can be helpful. In this meditation we are looking at what took place yesterday, even if all that happened was waking up and having something to eat. Then reframing one aspect to label it as ‘one good thing’.

Guided Meditation: Adding Value

We’re trying something new here at Magenta School of Magick. As the nights draw in and autumn comes, we too can find our own sense of self shifting in these darker months. We will be running a three part series of interconnected meditations throughout September looking at Tackling Depression.
This is part two. Cognitive distortions are those habitual ways of thinking that are negatively biased and often untrue. In this meditation we are looking at negative thinking when this is focused on a perceived lack of value offered to other people.

Guided Meditation: Mindful eating

We’re trying something new here at Magenta School of Magick. As the nights draw in and autumn comes, we too can find our own sense of self shifting in these darker months. We will be running a three part series of interconnected meditations throughout September looking at Tackling Depression.
This is part one. This guided meditation is a technique from Mindfulness to bring focused attention to the sensation of eating.

Guided Meditation: The empty chair

This partially guided meditation is a technique from gestalt therapy to work through thoughts and emotions. The ’empty chair’ provides an opportunity to focus a conversation with someone you couldn’t ordinarily speak to, in a safe space.

Guided Meditation: Finding success

The past is a great way to learn about what makes us successful. Learning from the past can give us clues to finding success at new goals.
This is a guided meditation to help you find out what made you successful in the past, in order to apply that today

Guided Meditation: Relaxation anchor

This guided meditation uses an NLP technique to anchor a state of relaxation to a very simple movement in your body. The idea being that when you can recall this relaxed state at any point, just by applying the anchor.

Guided Meditation: Rewind distress

This NLP rewind technique can greatly reduce distressing or phobic symptoms through relaxation and guided imagery without the need to talk through the details.

Guided Meditation: Accepting setbacks with grace

Compassion towards yourself starts with looking at any mistakes without judgement in order to observe these difficult feelings from a place of acceptance and forgiveness.

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