MANTRA MEDITATION TO CULTIVATE BALANCE

The mantras in this guided practice will inspire you to cultivate balance in your life. This doesn’t mean moderation. This means integrating aspects of yourself that may seem to be at odds with each other. Cultivating these aspects so that they grow to their greatest potential. Learning to be both strong and gentle. Wild and peaceful. Masculine and feminine. You don’t have to be just one thing or the other. Balance is about embracing all aspects of yourself and deciding when to embody each aspect. There is a time and place for everything.

LENGTH: 10 min

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CHANTING FOR BEGINNERS

Sound healing is a powerful tool we can use to promote healthy in both the physical and energetic body. Your voice vibrates at a unique frequency that is designed to heal your own body. This frequency is specific to you, and whenever you practice chanting, you activate this innate healing power.

Chanting also extends our exhales and encourages the release of hormones in the body that promote relaxation.

In this guided practice, we’ll begin by working with the vibration of the voice and cultivating an awareness of our personal energy. We’ll end the practice by chanting the Sanskrit word OM. OM (also spelled AUM) is said to be the primordial sound of the universe, the first sound, the sound of creation.

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MANTRA MEDITATION FOR BEGINNERS

In this meditation practice, we’ll be working with a very basic mantra: Ham-Sa.
This Sanskrit mantra translates to “I am.” It’s a great way to get connected with your Higher Self.
The Sanskrit language was designed very consciously so that each word, each vibration would elicit a certain feeling. The words were created to sound like what they mean. This particular mantra works well when we pair it with breath awareness. You’ll notice that when you breathe in and out through your mouth, the inhales sound like Ham and the exhales sound like Sa.

LENGTH: 7 MIN

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