Guided Meditation

About Guided Meditation

Fear is a common, negative emotion in our society. Fear holds us back and is isolating. Trauma creates fear. Fear is not something we are born with unless our mother was exposed to trauma during her pregnancy. Traumas can be known to us and severe, such as emotional, physical or sexual abuse, or can be more benign, such as a boss who makes us feel like we cannot “get it right” or a parent who is critical or a friend who is jealous and competitive with you.

Descartes said, “I think, therefore I am.” We believe you are whether you think or not. It is our belief that thought requires consciousness and consciousness does not require thought. Meditation is a wonderful practice to explore your consciousness. Meditation allows us to increase self-awareness and to be in the moment. The process of meditation allows the analytical left brain to rest. This allows for a reduction in the activity of problem solving. Overly problem solving gives a scary look to our environment that there are issues all around us." Please change to: "When we overuse the tool to solve problems we create a frightening look to our world and see issues at every turn.

We find that many people want to meditate but have a difficult time doing it. It’s difficult to switch gears mentally. Meditation is also a safe space to create tailored improvements for our mental and emotional health. We believe guided meditations help by providing material that allows us to reach specific goals. Our products page offers free and reasonably priced meditations you can listen to again and again in a quiet place. Guided meditations do not require much time but do require being alone or together in a quiet, preferably dimly-lit place and to have a single focus on the meditative topic.