Unlike the other posts in this series on Beginning Meditations, the recording I’m sharing today is not something I’ve frequently recommended, or really ever recommended. However, of the meditations that I’ve produced, it is one of my favorites. I wrote
In this series on Beginning Meditations, I’ve been teaching the practices that I find most useful and that I frequently recommend to students and clients. The technique that I’m sharing today is metta bhavana, the Buddhist practice for cultivating compassion.
Today’s post in my Beginning Meditations series is a color breathing meditation. Color breathing meditation helps you shift your mood at will to energize, relax, or focus yourself. I go beyond the basics by adding a tarot card visualization and
This is the fifth post in a series on Beginning Meditations. I’ve been introducing the practices that I use the most myself and most frequently recommend to students and clients. Last month we learned the Middle Pillar Exercise, which is
In this series on Beginning Meditations, I’ve been teaching the practices that I find most useful and that I most frequently recommend to students and clients. Today I’d like to introduce you to The Middle Pillar Exercise, which is the
Reiki Blog Hop: Reiki Meditations For this session of the Reiki Blog Hop, which I wrangled, I proposed that we each share the instructions for the first Reiki meditation we learned or teach. Today’s post includes written instructions for jôshin kokyû hô,
Fourfold Breath Meditation with Tarot Ace Visualization: Beginning Meditations In this Beginning Meditations series, I teach the basic meditations that I recommend to clients and students. Today’s post is on the fourfold breath meditation, which can be done by itself or
Welcome to the Tarot Blog Hop! An international group of tarotists are all writing on the same topic and then linking to each other so that the reader can hop from one blog to the next, seeing all the permutations