This pack includes all three NPowerYourMind.com Meditations at a special combo price!
In this pack you will receive:
- NPowerYourMind.com – Smiling Meditation,
- NPowerYourMind.com – Forgiveness Meditation,
- NPowerYourMind.com – Living Nature Meditation
NPowerYourMind.com – Smiling Meditation
The Inner Smile Meditation (Smiling Meditation) harvests the healing powers perfected centuries ago by the Shaolin monks of China. It takes us on a journey through our body to activate the Qi, our natural inner source of energy, the energy of life and love and healing.
The Qi is stored in our Dantian, inside our belly, just two fingers below the navel. As we activate our Qi, we also, in our mind’s eye, smile to various parts of our body, a gentle smile, kind, full of love and compassion, to activate the physiology of the smile and heal.
NPowerYourMind.com – Forgiveness Meditation
The Forgiveness Meditation is designed to help you deal with relationships that no longer serve you. It allows to cut emotional ties with people, either permanently to let those people go off to grow, to learn and evolve, or to reconnect with them in a new way, so you can see them a-new.
Saint Augustine once said “un-forgiveness is like drinking poison every day and expecting the other person to die”.
The Forgiveness Meditation is an extraordinary process that you can use as often as you wish. Anytime you feel the need to cut the energetic ties with people, and wish to reconnect with them in a new way, or for the purpose of cutting the ties permanently, simply use the Forgiveness Meditation.
NPowerYourMind.com – Living Nature Visualisation Meditation
In this guided meditation inspired by Deepak Chopra, you are connecting with Nature.
Connecting with Nature is a wonderful way to witness the dance of the universe and to see ourselves as part of this magnificent symphony. This very special visualisation exercise takes you on a journey through Nature, enabling you to enter the silence through the wonderland that is Nature’s rich and limitless bounty.
As we go into your meditation, you will consider the following centering thought: “I am an exquisite expression of Nature.”