Meditations to help you relax and heal
When was the last time you stood barefoot on the grass?
Research has shown that being outdoors reduces anxiety, improves our mood and enhances creativity. But for me, the most compelling reason to step outside is a deep need to feel grounded and connected to my surroundings.
When my mind is running wild, standing barefoot and pushing my feet into the soil slows everything down. It is hard to feel disconnected from the world around you when you can feel grass, dirt and life between your toes.
Whenever you are feeling like you're spinning out, things are moving too quickly, or there's too much activity for you to be able to focus, take a few moments to do this guided visualisation. It will help you clear stress, release tension, gain more energy and feel very connected and grounded with nature.
Feeling Safe Meditation
A short, relaxing guided meditation to recreate a feeling of safety and security so that you can release stress, heal and recover from the drama and fear of everyday life.e
Floating on a cloud meditation
With thanks to the Inner Health Studio
This relaxing meditation is a calming visualisation that will guide you to imagine floating on a cloud, just like you were a kid again.
Relax your Vagus Nerve
In this video, I'll show you a chant to move stagnant energy. This resonant lower-belly sound stimulates your vagus nerve, which is one of the most important nerves in the body. It helps by reducing the heart rate and calms your parasympathetic nervous system.
Angel Buckets Meditation
Life throws many challenges at us, and so here is a beautiful meditation to use anytime you feel worried about some life challenges.
It's a short meditation, but sit quietly and let the Angels help you now, knowing that you deserve it. Know that as you heal yourself, so, too, do you heal the world.
Loving Heart Meditation
A Zen meditation to help you to fill your heart with love and light. This meditation begins with a scan for creating a relaxed presence in the body, bringing loving attention to our inner life, and in widening circles, to our world.