Healing Meditation

One way to meditate is to use your visualization of the meditation. If you are having problems with doing this then… I suggest you tape the meditation then play it back to gain the correct balance and spiritual awakening that you require.

Please try this meditation to relax and heal the body mind and soul.

Sit in a comfortable position

Start to imagine that your body is slowly filling with light, starting from the feet and slowly moving upwards

As the light is moving up your body —– feel that this light is relaxing the muscles ,your mind ,body and spirit.

Now imagine that any areas of disease or pain in your body is surrounded by a dark shadow which represents the unhealthy area.

Feel the light moving upwards until my entire body is filled with light and every muscle of my body is feeling relaxed.

Now feel that your body of light is radiating the light out from your eyes, the light is shining as if a torch is shinning out from your eyes.

Now feel that you are directing the light towards any area of the body that is giving you pain or discomfort, represented as a shadow on your body.

Feel that you are sending extra light to this area that is in pain or discomfort.

Imagine that the diseased or painful areas have dark shadows surrounding it.

Now feel that you are shinning a loving healing light to the diseased or painful areas so that the darkness is removed.

I radiate my shining light to my body and fill my bodies with this warm healing light.

I now radiate this healing light to the world.

I begin to feel that this healing light is returning me to health and vitality

Perfect health is available to me now.

This meditation can be used for physical or emotional pain. In order to be physically healthy one has to free their mind and get rid of excess emotional baggage.

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Acknowledging Our Pain- Rescuing The Rescuer

Acknowledging Our Pain
Rescuing the Rescuer

Sometimes the strong desire to help and rescue others is actually a call to help our own deep seated pain.

Some people seem called to help others, often from very early on in their childhoods,
responding to the needs of family members, strangers, or animals with a
selflessness that is impressive. Often, these people appear to have very
few needs of their own, and the focus of their lives is on rescuing, helping,
and healing others. While there are a few people who are truly able to sustain
this completely giving lifestyle, the vast majority has needs that lie beneath
the surface, unmet and often unseen. In these cases, their motivation to help
others may be an extension of a deep desire to heal a wounded part of themselves
that is starving for the kind of love and attention they dole out to those
around them on a daily basis. For any number of reasons, they are unable to give
themselves the love they need and so they give it to others. This does not
mean that they are not meant to be helping others, but it does mean that they
would do well to turn some of that helping energy within.

One problem with the rescuer model is that the individual can get stuck in the role,
always living in crisis mode at the expense of inner peace and personal growth.
Until the person resolves their own inner dramas, they play them out in their
relationships with others, drawn to those who need them and often unable
to acknowledge their own needs or get them met. In the worst-case scenario,
they enable the other person’s dilemma by not knowing when to stop playing the
rescuer and allow the person to figure it out on their own. However, if
the rescuer finds the strength to turn within and face the needy aspects of
their own psyche, he or she can become a model of empowerment and a true source
of healing in the world.

Some signs that you or someone you love may need
to rescue the rescuer within are inner burnout from over giving;
underlying resentment; an inability to admit to having needs of one’s own; and an
unwillingness to be vulnerable. Help comes when we allow ourselves to admit
we need it, acknowledging our humanity and our wholeness by acknowledging our
pain. The understanding we gain in the process will naturally inform and inspire
our ability to help those in need to do the same.
~Author uknown~

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Elder’s Meditation Of The Day

My Creator, remove from me today all resentment, anger, fear, guilt and selfishness. Do not let my weaknesses stand in the way of my usefulness to You. Make me a hollow bone so Your power can flow through me.

Elder’s Meditation Of The Day

Elder’s Meditation PeaceBeWithYou

“People and nations who understand the Natural Law are self-governing, following the principles of love and respect that insure freedom and peace.”

–Traditional Circle of Elders, NAVAJO-HOPI Joint Use Area

The Natural Laws work hand-in-hand with the circle. Each part of a circle will look to the center and will see something different. For example, if you put an irregular shaped object in the center of a circle and you have people standing in a circle around the object, each one will describe it differently. Everyone in the circle will be right. Only by honoring and respecting everyone’s input, can the truth about the object be revealed. We need to learn to honor differences.

My Creator,

let me honor

all differences.