With so much uncertainty in the world right now, you might be feeling any myriad of emotions: anxiety, fear, sadness, loneliness, anger, rage, guilt, overwhelm, frustration, isolation, etc.
If you’re feeling more emotions than usual, or you’re behaving in ways you don’t normally behave in attempts to escape those emotions, know that it’s okay. These are really challenging times. You don’t need to beat yourself up about any of it.
AND, there are also things you can do to feel better.
That’s why I’ve created this Meditation Roundup, to provide you with specific mindfulness practices you can practice to get you out of the chatter of the mind and into your body, your emotions, and hopefully even your spirit.
4 Meditations for grounding, peace, and acceptance
If that’s you, here are a few things that might help:
1. Meditation for Digesting Emotions. Use this meditation to tap into your body and digest emotions that might be stuck. Moving through our emotions with our breath and connection to our bodies can be incredibly effective in shedding layers of emotions that might have built up over time. This practice invites you to really feel each emotion, so it can get intense, but is so worth it for future ease and peace.
2. Tapping Into Body Intuition. For most of us, our minds are overdeveloped and our body intuition and spirit are underdeveloped. This meditation helps you get out of your mind and into your body, your intuition, and your spirit. You’ll tap into what you really want in this moment and beyond with the help of physical sensations and grounding through the body and breath.
3. Meditation for Accepting Emotions. This meditation is for learning to accept whatever arises, emotionally, physically, mentally, etc. It’s a great practice for learning to accept not only these things but also the different experiences and interactions we have throughout the day.
4. Abundance Meditation. This meditation invites you to feel into the availability of abundance. Soak in the abundance of love from family and friends, the laughter of a friend or child, the warmth of the sun, the nourishment of rain, the small pleasures available to you throughout your day, etc. Learn to also reframe your mindset toward abundance even during difficult times.
I’d love to hear which meditations you practice! Where they helpful? What did you realize about yourself or your orientation to life?
And if you’re wanting more about incorporating more ease into your life, meditations are amazing, but I’m also all about creating habits to actually incorporate more ease throughout life and not just during a meditation.
If you want to figure out how to make that happen for you, sign up for a Health Goals Session! We’ll talk about what you really want, your obstacles to getting there, and a game plan to make it happen. I can’t wait to help you on your next step in your wellness.