What happens when we are able to visualize sound waves? Turns out, they look a lot like sacred geometry! Come learn how this phenomenon works!
In my last post, I described how I have been working with the Seraphim angels. They guided me to offer a series of three distance energy sessions to help us ride the waves of energetic change that this month's eclipses are bringing us.
I recently collaborated with my friends, Kathy Dickson and Amy Cade, to create a workshop honoring the sacred feminine. We offered this last month at the Om Ananda Yoga studio in Fort Collins. We sold out. The feedback was heartening, and we felt so uplifted by the experience, that we offered it again last week.
Our society is at a place unlike any place it’s ever been in history. The collective is shifting on a regular basis, and our thoughts and actions are having a more concrete impact than they ever have before. Perhaps you’ve noticed that things in your own life are changing? Maybe you’ve been given more signs and direction lately, or you’re starting to pay closer attention to the messages popping up in your life?
This special meditation involves singing a certain set of syllables (kirtan in Sanskrit means song) along with a corresponding set of hand movements or “mudras” (kriya refers to specific movements) that are designed to bring about peace and healing. This unique and beautiful practice has been shown to both activate and balance parts of the brain that are linked to memory. Clinical studies have found that just 12 minutes per day of Kirtan Kriya can boost cognitive abilities, as well as overall mood.
This style of meditation focuses on growing kindness and equanimity within us- something that we can all agree is a good thing! These innate emotions and feelings of connectedness and goodwill are accessible within all of us, and when we allow them to come forth, we can change not only our brains, but also our community around us.