Meditation should be a work of (he)art.
I love listening to meditations that have that almost poetic quality to them, so that’s what I bring to every meditation I write.
Of course, relaxation during meditation is useful all by itself. Still, I want each person to receive a little something extra.
That’s why I include just a touch of “poetry” (both literal and figurative) in my work.
In my own work as a practitioner, I combine relaxation with hypnotherapy, self-Reiki, and other techniques that allow the person to not only achieve a deep state of calm but also healing. Specifically, I combine a variety of yoga, Reiki, spiritualist, Buddhist, Law of Attraction, psychological, and other principles in each session. I always include:
- a physical component (such as breathwork, a body scan, gentle yoga pose, or similar)
- a mental component (visualization, imagination, etc.)
- an emotional component (feeling in the moment, releasing trauma, and the like)
- a spiritual component (chakra work, Zen teachings, poetry, and others).
These four pillars make up the essence of healing. I used this approach in a fun collaboration with The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention in our local chapter this past fall.
I offer virtual, personalized, guided meditations in one-on-one sessions through my website.
- By phone or other virtual platform (by appointment only)
- The first 10-15 minutes are reserved for discussing your intention (tell me about your mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual needs)
- I guide you into a deep meditative state over approximately 45 minutes
- I use singing bowls, chimes, background music, or other techniques to enhance the experience
- The meditation is intuitively focused on your specific needs (based on our conversation)
- At the end, I hang up silently so you can remain in your relaxed state for as long as you choose
Looking forward to healing with you!
$20 · 1 hour