I have been practicing meditation for a few years now but it wasn't as useful to me until after my divorce when my mind was in shambles. I was really struggling with my thoughts and meditation was a way to ground myself, connect and heal. These are some of the meditations I used and continue to use to help keep my life in flow and relaxed. I consider them the best free guided meditations out there.
You can begin and end your day with these morning and evening meditations from Gabby Bernstein. I like to use these when life is feeling chaotic and I need some balance.
Want to fill yourself with peaceful energy? Try the light sourcing meditation from Rebecca Campbell. I just discovered this one and I felt super relaxed after.
If you feel like you are being pulled in many different directions, this cord cutting meditation by Rikka Zimmerman could do the trick! I use this one whenever I'm feeling overwhelmed by the people in my life.
Having trouble forgiving someone? This meditation from Gabrielle Bernstein is sure to help. I cannot tell you how many times I have had to turn to this one over the years.
If you are wanting to attract your perfect mate, I love the Medi-Dating album. This one really helped me when I was working on attracting my partner.
If you're brand spanking new to meditation, try my intro to meditation class. It's a very basic and easy way to get yourself started.
Looking for more? Tara Brach has quite the library. Here are a bunch more from Gabby B that I regularly use, too. These ones from my fav mindfulness book are awesome.
Do you have any guided meditations that you love?
Fear loves to poke it's sneaky head out and ruin the fun. There have been so many times in my life where a moment of fear kept me from doing something I really wanted to.
There have also been times where I have told fear, no not today, and did the thing anyway.
I visited Cataract Falls last weekend with my family and I knew I really wanted to walk under the falls and go behind it. A moment of fear tried to stop me. I had to force myself to walk through.
The cool, gushing waters hit the top of my head as I pushed myself through the current. I discovered an alcove and watched the waterfall from the other side.