Meditation – Sustenance – Episode 20

Written by Teresa Phelps Martin

On April 17, 2017

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The theme for this month is sustenance and well, meditation sustains you in so many ways. Get over the idea that it is anchored in some modality that is not your own and instead surrender to receiving a powerful tool that steadies the outer commotion so that you can receive your potential fully. Better yet, receive it so that you can co-create a life that elevates not only your experience but elevates those around you. This weeks offering provides a simple practice that grounds and anchors you into your heart's light. I provide an opportunity where you can sit with the meditation, you know hit pause, and then return. As you feel comfortable with this practice, that is it resonates, return to it and give yourself permission to spend longer times in the practice. Again and again you show up for the energetic alignment that supports your body, mind and spirit.

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