Sometimes we are not ready for some books. We read them and don't see why they are so acclaimed, why they have been described as life changing. This was certainly the case with me and 'Autobiography of a yogi', the seminal book of Paramahansa Yoganada. When I started reading it a few years a go, … Continue reading Yogananda
As part of my online course on 'Tibetan Buddhist meditation and the modern world', I watched some videos by Anam Thubten. Apart from the fact that his gentle, kind and loving energy could be felt through the screen, his words were deeply profound and touching too. As part of a very short guided meditation he said: … Continue reading Our precious and transient life. Words of a Tibetan Buddhist teacher
I will be honest here, partly (mainly) why I clicked on this meditation is because of its click bate-type title. I can be pretty impatient at times and the promise of an EXTREMELY Powerful and complete chakra activation that would awaken my spirit in under 15 minutes just sounded too good to pass on!
I was merely looking to see if there's any downloads out there with Louise Hay's awesome wisdom in them when lo and behold I stumble across a Louise Hay app!
Well, I would say that this meditation is a right little treat, as it combines perfectly the familiar voice of Esther Hicks with a lovely lullaby-like background tune.
So much could be said about how to meditate, yet it could also be summed up in 'focus on your breath'. This 5-minute animation strikes a great balance between the two.
This is not a typical guided meditation. You will not be asked to focus on your third eye point, have your palm dating upward or even close your eyes. All you have to do is stay relaxed and listen to Louise Hay guiding you through an exercise of appreciation of every single thing in your life.