Welcoming opportunity into our lives is not always easy or straightforward. This video will guide you through a meditation practice for you to practice every day, so that you can let go of any negative thinking getting in the way!
Everyone makes mistakes and oftent we are our own harshest critic. This video will guide you through a meditation practice for you to practice every day, so that you open yourself up to forgiveness.
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Starting or ending your day with a body scan is a wonderful way to just spend some time paying attention to your body. The goal is not to change anything, and not to have perfect stillness in the mind but just to get to know yourself.
Everyone should be able to step into their personal power as a leader. This video will guide you through a meditation practice for you to practice every day, so that you can grow your confidence and transmute those goblins that get in the way!
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.
Being in alignment with who you are is one of the most aspirational human goals possible. But how do you do it? We explain how to find your flow using tarot in just 4 steps.
Are magickal abilities only acquired through lab accidents and government experiements? Mmmmm…we think not!
A guided mediation to release a limiting belief about yourself
Photo by Jemma The emotions of “awe” and “gratitude” are so important in our health and wellbeing. We can experience these feelings of awe and gratitude by just taking a moment to notice how amazing our own bodies are. All the hard work they do, all the protection they give us and support. By feelingContinue reading “Guided Meditation: Gratitude practice”