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Post 47: Jealousy Cleanse Meditation

Last week we talked about jealousy. If you can admit to jealousy at all, then give yourself a pat on the back. It means that you can distance yourself enough from the ego to even admit it. This is the most difficult yet important step because now you can actually study it and begin to peal back the curtain on what this jealousy is really telling you. As promised from last week, here is an 11 minute jealousy cleanse meditation. Anytime you feel jealousy arise or if you have an old jealousy...

Post 46: The miracle of understanding jealousy.

Jealousy is one of the hardest things to admit to. Why? Because the ego does not like to admit defeat, and to admit to jealousy is equivalent to admitting that someone else is better than you. Sometimes, it’s nice to look at the people who ruffle our feathers, who get our goats, who are, what A Course in Miracles call our petty tyrants, and ask ourselves if we could be jealous of something we think they have that we don’t. This is difficult but necessary if we truly want to look...

Post 45: Make a decision from higher guidance.

Alright, here’s a little secret about me! I’m the most indecisive person I know. As a matter of fact, I amaze my family in my inability to make decisions at times. I can frustrate my husband in my inability to decide on a restaurant, a weekend plan, last minute things I may need for an outing. He and my daughter usually wait in the car while I scurry around the house trying to “decide” what else I might need for the car ride. As frustrating as it is for others to...

Post 44: Meet your higher self.

Does anyone else love to watch their kids imaginations go wild? My 6 year old has the wildest imagination and it makes me realize it makes life crazy fascinating to her! Why can't we as adults hold onto some of that imagination and bring that fascination back into everyday life? Well, we can! This is my first sacred ceremony through guided meditation that has been recorded. It will allow your imagination to run wild, but please know that this, like all my guided meditations, has been guided from my highest self....

Post 42: Let Go of Ego Expectations

  A few weeks back you might remember a blog titled Great Expectations can lead to Stinky Stagnation! The following is a guided meditation to help you let go of ego expectations surrounding your work, your play, your hobbies, anything that you feel guided to do but can’t seem to let go of the expectations your ego then heaps on top, leaving you feeling anything from guilt to overwhelm to anxiety to worthlessness or inadequacy and a whole range of other uncomfortable emotions. Next time you feel any of this, please take...

Post 41: How to meditate.

  For newbie meditators or any of you who already meditate but are still trying to figure out what in the world you are really doing, this is for you! It’s an instructional video which will teach you why to meditate and how to meditate. There are numerous ways to lead a guided meditation but this video pertains to my unique style of guided meditation which I love to lead. Once you practice this one you can confidently practice any of my other guided meditations with a better idea for what you...

Post 40: Tap into creativity.

In yogic philosophy there is this idea that we are all trying to get back to how we were as kids, joyful and content in life! Most of us might be able to remember those days, some of us might not. It was before “life” happened and all the experiences, good and bad, were laid out for us that unequivocably changed our lives. What I love about having a 6-year old in the house is watching how content she is. She is a busy little bee, always building worlds in minecraft...

Post 39: What parenting reveals to us about God.

Parenting can reveal a lot to us about God. One thing I remember when my little girl was a newborn, was holding her in my arms and wishing that I could keep her safe from all the difficulties life has to offer. I knew I would do anything in my power to protect her but I also knew that she would have to go through life and have her own experiences and I would not be able to protect her from everything. I wished in those moments that I could...

Post 38: Build trust in your higher self through guided meditation.

When its summer time and I find the occasional house fly buzzing at the sunroom windows wanting desperately to reach the other side, I find it incomprehensible when I open the sliding glass door which is feet away, shoe them towards it, and find them miss the open door completely and fly right back to that window, the one thing separating them from their goal. But it made me think. Isn’t this what a lot of us end up doing? We figure out what we want in life or what we want...