TIPS, TOOLS, and MEDITATIONS
Simple ways to get you to zen in the midst of your busy day!
 
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 Vibrational Frequencies
 

We are all energy, each one of us is energy.  Emotions are energy in motion. Our energy vibrates three feet around us. So it is easy to pick up other peoples energy which is why it is is important to remember to shift your energy when needed. 

 

Our energy carries  different vibrations or frequencies.  For example, love, gratitude, joy, abundance health all carry a much higher frequency than anger, fear, sadness, dis-ease. Frequencies attract similar frequencies. To be in a higher vibration and attract love, health, happiness, abundance the goal is to vibrate at a higher vibration by thinking, feeling, living with those higher positive thoughts and feelings as much as possible.

It is easier to vibrate at a higher frequency when things are going great. The trick is to maintain the higher vibrations during challenging days that can be filled with fear, anger, or grief. On the hardest of days it is helpful to be mindful, present, and aware. It is important to stop, breathe, and check in with your heart, mind and gut. Think about or do something that brings you joy, love, or gratitude and focus on those feelings throughout your day. Or go for a walk, do yoga, do breath-work, meditate or have an energy session such as Reiki or Clear Light. We all have the power within ourselves to create and live with ease, love and harmony versus dis-ease, fear and stress.

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Meditations
Meditation
Guided Love Meditation -short 3
Helpful Tools to Use Throughout Your Day
                       STOP
Stop

Take A Breath

Observe what is going on around and inside of you 

Proceed with awareness

 
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Box Breathing for Calming-

and Focusing 

 

Breathe deep into your belly to the count of 4 then  pause  for 4 and then slowly breathe out through your mouth to the count of 4 pause for 2. 

Repeat at least six times.

4-7-8 Breathing for deep relaxation. The longer the exhale the stronger the parasympathetic response

 

Take a breath in, the exhale through your mouth with a whoosh sound. Inhale through your nose to the count of 4 then hold for a count of 7, then exhale through your  mouth with the whoosh sound to the count of 8.

Repeat at least 4 times.

Quick Calming breath

Take two deep inhales through your nose and then one big and long exhale through your mouth emptying your lungs.