So Hum – 7 Minutes

So Hum – 7 Minutes

So Hum;

a 7 min breathing meditation

If you’re feeling lonely, lost or need to focus your mind,
Using So Hum mantra is the ideal technique to quiet the mind and provides a greater sense of connection to self and to universal energy.
This short 7 minute meditation is a great way to start your journey with So Hum if you haven’t tried it before or if you only have a few minutes for yourself.

A little more about this “So Hum” meditation

If you’re unfamiliar, So Hum is a repeated mantra that translates in English to “I Am That’.  In this case, “that” refers to all of creation or the universe.

Mentally, mantras are a technique to focus the mind.

On the spiritual level, when you repeat this mantra, you are essentially connecting to universal energy which continually nourishes and supports us.

So, this mantra combined with your breath is wonderful to use anytime you’re feeling lonely, lost or need to focus your mind.

I’ve provided two options for you in this breathing meditation.
If you’re uncomfortable using the Sanskrit term, “So Hum”, then use the English translation, “I am”. Oh, and by the way — it’s okay if you don’t resonate with the mantra; it is simply a technique to focus the mind and slow the thoughts for a better connection to yourself.

Boost Physical Health and Wellness

Boost Physical Health and Wellness

Boost Physical Health and Wellness;

an affirmation meditation

Sick and tired of being sick and tired?

When we feel devastated and discouraged by a health issue, it can be challenging to stay in a positive mindset.
With just a few minutes of refocused energy and intention, we can refresh our mindset to encourage healing and wellness. Our minds are more powerful than we often think!

Affirmations used in this meditation:

Please note: Some of the affirmations in this meditation are found in the Affirmation Booklet with your Tier 2 membership. Refer to the booklet to carry them with you and add any you love that aren’t there already.

  • I am grateful for my life.
  • I am grateful to be alive.
  • I am moving in the direction of well being.
  • My body appreciates how I take care of it.
  • My healing is already in process.
  • I trust my body’s healing intelligence.
  • I am healthy, whole, and complete.

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