#what’s on my mind – evening meditations.
There are many guided meditations to follow out there. One of my favourite is Kundalini Guided Meditation that I mentioned it in my previous blog post here.
I like experimenting with other options if I choose not to meditate in silence, but be guided for a change by a soothing, wise voice prerecorded into the peaceful vortex of Pure Potentiality, Oneness, Love, Emptiness and of All that There Is at the same time. Some great messages just submerse deep into subconscious mind and help with realising the importance of simple BEing. Being present. BEing Awareness of…BEing aware of even Being…and embracing it.
Here is another guided meditation that I found extremely helpful for a good, INsightful sleep.
Deep, restorative and profound in its message, guided meditation by Mooji.
Tapp into and have a good n’yte sleep.
Be well, be open, be receptive, … just BE…
Being is always ENOUGH. You are always ENOUGH.
Can’t quiet your mind and stop the chatter of thoughts?
For those of you having hard time calming your mind during meditation process and being disappointed with yourself, because you think you need to quiet your mind and fight it in order to move with the spiritual process of meditation, please watch this video by Teal Swan – The Spiritual Catalyst on this particular matter.
“Welcome to the practice of spirituality. For thousands of years, it was believed that to get to the spiritual level of reality, the hallmark of which was the soul, you had to separate yourself from your body, separate yourself from your emotions and separate yourself from your mind. We missed the truth that was right in front of our noses. The truth is, there is nothing but the spiritual level of reality. There is nothing but soul. The spirit or soul manifests itself in the form of thoughts, it manifests itself in the form of emotions and it manifests itself as body. Therefore, the more in touch we become with our mind, emotions and body, the deeper we penetrate the spiritual. In this episode, Teal seeks to help us release resistance to our own minds and integrate the mind into our spiritual practice.(…)