Notice & Accept Your Body in the Present Moment - A Mindfulness Practise

Notice & Accept Your Body in the Present Moment - A Mindfulness Practise
Connecting to and accepting our body is powerfully healing.

Join me for this short mindfulness practice - Just click on the link below. This mindfulness practise goes for about 15 minutes.

Karin xx




Stress Relief with Breathing

Stress Relief with Breathing
Here is another short guided Meditation. This one is stress relief with breathing. Let me know how you feel after you have done this meditation.




Meditation - Gratitude for breath, body and mind

Do you feel a little caught up in your thoughts and emotions at the moment? Then meditation could be really helpful. 

Meditation begins once the thoughts and emotions have been stilled. It is a state of intense inward awareness, a state in which one's attention is no longer engaged in thinking about other projects, problems, worries etc. but is being fully engaged in the superconscious experience. 

There are 3 states of consciousness; not only subconscious and conscious but also superconscious. Most people don't know what superconscious means. The superconscious represents a higher degree of awareness. It is the true source of all awareness. Superconsciousness is situated above our normal state of wakefulness. The superconscious is the realm of true vision. It contains the ecstasy experienced during periods of intense pryer or inward upliftment, when the ego's restlessness has been temporarily stilled.

The direct way to attune ourselves to superconsciousness is by meditation.

You can't think your way to meditation and you can't think yourself to deep insight and inspirations. You can only receive wisdom. So when you meditate, your. mind must be receptive. Meditation is perceiving and receiving answers, it's not about creating the answers. The secret to meditation is listening. It's a process of returning to your own centre.
Meditation is learning to relate to life and your environment from who you are and not from the way other people  try to define you.

Daily meditation will lead you to the peace you may have been seeking for a long time.

I am not going to suggest how long or how much you meditate as that is up to you. I think it really depends on how much you enjoy the practise. But what I will say though is that the more regularly and the more deeply you meditate, the sooner you will find yourself acting always from a center of inner peace.

Enjoy the below guided meditation.

Karin xx