Do you find yourself at times feeling erratic and scattered? Do you feel confused with chaos surrounding you where ever you turn?

How connected and balanced are you within yourself? How grounded are you in the space of your heart?

It is time for you to consolidate your energy and reconnect back to yourself. It is time for you to stop and take time out for you. It is time for you to clear your emotional heart and make space for flow and joy.

The heart is the beating centre of who you are. It allows you to connect with peace and calm, with deep love for yourself.

But how connected are you to yourself? How much do you actually listen to what you need?

This meditation gives you a sense of quietness and balance to go deep within in. It cultivates a sense of connection back to yourself. Back to the truth of you.

It is easy to become distracted in the outside world. Forgetting to heal and reflect on your energy and internal self. Yet the outside world is always a direct mirror of your inner world.

If you are experiencing hard ships, dramas, disrespect and so forth, go deep within to find the answers. Look within and ask yourself what is going on for me right now that I am experiencing this? What do I need to heal in order for my external experience to change?

Stop giving your power away to others by blaming them for the things that happen to you. Take back your power to heal yourself and change your life. This meditation will help you balance your emotions, bring clear perception and positive relationships into your life. Develop a loving and positive relationship to yourself, and see your external world reflecting back that beautiful energy to you.

Calmness Meditation Melissa haymes

  1. Sit in crossed legged position or on a chair.
  2. Eyes are closed rolled up to the third eye point.
  3. Place the left hand on the centre of the chest at the heart centre. The palm is flat against the chest. Fingers are parallel to the ground.
  4. Raise the right hand up as if taking an oath. Palms facing forward.
  5. Make Gyan Mudra with the right hand, touching the tip of the thumb to the tip of the index finger. Pressing firmly, but not too hard. The remainder of the fingers point up.
  6. Elbow is relaxed on the side of your body.
  7. Concentrate on the flow of breath. Regulate the breath consciously. Inhale slowly and deeply through the nose feeling the expansion of the lungs.
  8. Suspend the breath and raise the chest. Hold the breath as long as possible.
  9. Exhale smoothly, slowly, completely. Hold the breath out as long as you can.
  10. Continue for 3 – 11 minutes.
  11. To end inhale and exhale strongly 3 times. Relax then rest both hands down in Gyan Mudra. Sit in stillness and meditate on your heart.

Sat Nam

 


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