Many of us form blocks about our abilities and skills. We question whether we are good enough. These questions and blocks can then become limiting beliefs. By accessing where these beliefs came from, we can challenge them.
This guided meditation aims to do just that. Click the link, now.
Sometimes when we are given feedback this can feel like an attack. By learning to hear without judgement what is being said, we can begin to accept constructive feedback in the spirit it is usually intended.
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Failure. It creates such an emotive response in the mind, and heart! Nobody enjoys the feelings associated with having failed at something.
Let’s flip the script on that word ‘failure’. Instead, if we reframe the concept of ‘you’ve failed’ to ‘you need to learn from this before you can succeed’ and then try to draw valuable insights from the experience. It turns failing into learning.
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Many of us want to achieve perfection in our lives. If we reach perfection, we believe this will finally make us happier, or give us a sense of acceptance by others. With the drive for perfection can come burnout, feelings of anxiousness and stress.
This affirmations meditation aims to help celebrate success, to learn that setbacks are part of a process and that we’re probably holding ourselves to impossible standards anyway!
By allowing a sense of ‘good enough’ to satisfy us, we can learn to enjoy being in the moment and allow gratitude for where we are today creep in. Click the link for this free guided meditation.
Formulation is a technique used in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy that helps to identify where there might be repeating patterns between thoughts, feelings and behaviours. For today’s guided meditation, you could choose to use a pen and some paper to note down any patterns you identify, but identifying the patterns is what leads you to the next steps.
This might be a pattern in the triggers, a pattern in the negative thoughts, a pattern in strong emotions or a pattern in behaviours. Once you have spotted the patterns, you can take the next steps towards challenging these.
The very essence of magick is learning how to “see” an outcome in order to bring into reality. Using these techniques can take some time to learn, so today’s meditation is more a practice in what visualisation (especially in a magickal context) really means.