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How Can Meditation Help You Tap Into Your Feminine Energy and Find Inner Peace.

Practicing regular mediation even for 5 minutes a day helps you start your day right. This is because it calms our minds by getting us to focus on being present in our bodies. This is also when we tap into our feminine energy which is our true essence.


Here's a step-by-step guide on how to meditate and become more connected with your true self while calming our over thinking mind.


Find a Quiet/Warm Space where you feel safe: Choose a quiet, warm, and comfortable space where you will not be disturbed that is also free from distractions. Find somewhere that you feel safe as this is key to allowing yourself to be present. You can sit on the floor, a cushion, or a chair, whichever is most comfortable for you. Make sure your posture is relaxed but upright to prevent you from falling asleep, with your spine straight and your hands and feet resting comfortably. I find some nice warm socks make all the difference to my feet.


Start with a few minutes: Start with a short meditation session, such as 2-5 minutes, and gradually increase the duration as you become more comfortable with the practice. Setting a small time limit helps you stay focused and committed to the practice without feeling overwhelmed. Remember it takes practice and the more you feel safe and comfortable in your present moment, the more time you’ll be able to stay in this state. It takes trust and belief in yourself to stay focused for a longer. However long you stay in that state is right for you.


Focus on Your Breath: Close your eyes and take a few deep breaths to centre yourself. Then, bring your attention to your breath. Pay attention to how the air flows in and out of your body. Notice the sensation of your breath as it enters and leaves your nostrils or the rise and fall of your chest and abdomen with the expansion and retraction of your lungs. Sit with this feeling and if you find yourself drifting off into thoughts about what you’re going to do for dinner or what’s on TV, just take your attention back to your breathing.


Be Present: Being present is harder than it sounds. In a reality where that is filled with distraction every second of the day, it can be hard to find the time or patience/focus to just be. You don’t have to do anything but be. You existing is enough, because you’re enough. As you continue to focus on your breath, your mind may wander, and thoughts may continue to arise. When this happens, gently bring your attention back to your breath without judging or being frustrated at yourself. Be present in the moment, observe whatever arises in your mind with acceptance and curiosity. How does it feel? Sometimes memories of the past can come up or completely random thoughts. Just allow them to come and go and enjoy what comes up, its an adventure. Allow yourself to become fully immersed in that present moment and let go of worries that fill your mind because in this moment it doesn’t matter. Only you and your peace matters right now. Notice any sensations, emotions, or thoughts that arise during your meditation practice, and observe them. Cultivate a sense of mindfulness and awareness in everything you do.


Use a Meditation Anchor to stay present: If you find it challenging to focus on your breath, you can use a meditation anchor such as a mantra to yourself like ‘I’m calm, I’m safe’, visualisation or something that makes you feel happy/abundant/joyful, or sound (like a singing bowl) to help guide your attention. You could try a guided mediation which you can find on YouTube or anywhere, there’s many available. All of these things can help you stay present in that moment.


Practice expectations: Let go of any expectations to the outcome of your meditation practice. Remember you are unique and what you feel/see during your mediation is unique to you. Instead, focus on the process of meditation itself and the benefits it brings to your overall well-being by allowing you to tap into a part of yourself that is all knowing and supportive. Approach your practice with openness, curiosity, and a willingness to learn and grow as you go.


End Mindfully: When your meditation session is complete, gradually bring your awareness back to your surroundings. Be proud of what you have achieved in whatever time you have. Take a few deep breaths and gently open your eyes. Notice how you feel after meditating, what inner knowing have you discovered about yourself. You will find that the more you do this, the more you will discover new things about yourself. This is because you are tapping into your feminine energy where your true energies are. Sometimes emotions such as tears can come, but this is fine and an excellent way to release tension in our bodies. If you’re feeling more at peace with you then carry that sense of calm and presence with you throughout your day. If you found it difficult then keep giving it ago. I found it easier over time to do after I went for a walk or did something active. I also find writing my worries/wants/tasks and a to do list before I sit down to mediate helps me focus, so maybe give that a try also. The key is to enjoy being present and being you, only you.


Remember that meditation is a skill that takes time and practice to develop. Be patient with yourself and make meditation a regular part of your daily routine to experience its full benefits. Over time, you may find that meditation helps reduce stress, improve focus and concentration, and cultivate a greater sense of self.


If you find that strong emotions, come up that you would like to explore then you might like to book a 1-2-1 Energy Healing session with me to help figure out what is going on. Sometimes we have deep traumas that take time to show themselves. Or you might like to join in the consciousness expansion learning on Patreon. Either way, I hope you enjoyed this blog post and that is has helped you have a taste of your true potential because there is more to you then you have been told.



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