In this section you will find different kinds of guided meditations and visualisations that I practice myself and which have helped me on my own healing and self-development journey.
I hope my meditations will help you kick start every new day feeling refreshed and ready to face whatever obstacles may arrive during the day. When you practice regularly, they will make you feel more happy, healthy and confident – from the inside out. 🧡
Of course, you can also practice them in the evening right before you go to sleep. Just find a comfortable seat, sit up straight, slightly tugging your chin towards your chest. Chose your favourite meditation, press on PLAY and close your eyes. Just trust the process and surrender to my guiding voice.
“I am energy” – Energising Breath Meditation
Prana is the vitalising and internalising life energy located in the head and heart. This meditation is healing to the nervous system, is great for fatigue and exhaustion. It provides an energetic brain, refreshing and revitalising it for more productive mental intelligence. In this meditation, you will open up your energy channels, and release powerful energy throughout your entire body.
“I am abundant” – Future-self Visualisation
In this powerful visualisation, you will be guided through a journey towards your future self. No matter where you are in your life right now or where you are coming from. It doesn’t matter where you start, because you are ready to take the step towards a new YOU. You are ready to let go of old limiting beliefs that are no longer serving you. You are ready to be happy NOW and to create your future self – the most wonderful, abundant version of yourself! Close your eyes, start your imagination, tune out and turn in.
“I am part of the universe” – Healing Breath Meditation
No matter where you are right now. No matter what you are going through or have been going through. This is your starting point. And I encourage you to take some time for yourself and listen to my voice guiding you towards a beautiful journey of healing and connecting with something bigger than yourself.
Creating a safe space!
Safe Place imagery can be particularly important in giving you relief when troubling memories are surfacing, when you’re facing an experience that evokes previous memories, or when you’re just living through a stressful time. When you create a Safe Place, you draw on happy memories— or the imagined end of distress— to create a place and a feeling of calm and peace.
Set aside ten minutes for visiting your Safe Place and sit down on a chair or lay down on the ground/your bed. Press play, close your eyes, and let my words guide you – to your safe place!
“I am a hero” – Self-empowering Visualisation
In this visualisation, you will be guided through a beautiful journey inside of yourself. Let your thoughts be guided by my voice and the calming balinese music in the background.
An important reminder
Many people associate meditation with a standard set of guiding words, usually intoned by some overly empathic “pseudo guru”. Others think that meditation enthusiasts have an irresistible urge to chant in public spaces and spend all their money on meditation retreats.
Yeah.. I thought the same.. until I experienced myself that…
Meditation isn’t only for hippy-dippy folks who smell of incense sticks. It’s actually a scientifically proven method for improving your health and sharpening the skills that help you cope with life’s situations. By implementing meditation in your life, and turning it into a daily habit, you’ll soon be on your way to a happier, less stressful existence. ⠀⠀
..Believe me I was a sceptic as well.
I truly believe with a little time and practice, anyone can appreciate the benefits of meditation. And the benefits extend far beyond just easing your stress levels; they include helping your immune system as well as your ability to focus on day-to-day work. ⠀⠀
The truth is, meditation is easy to get into. All it takes is stopping every once in a while to take ten deep breaths, and you’ll be on your way toward forming a lifelong habit of self-compassion, self-love and self-improvement.
My point is: you don’t have to be a hippy-dippy person who smells of incense sticks to meditate – at least I wouldn’t consider myself as one and still try to meditate regularly. ⠀⠀
Remember: Success doesn’t stem from talent.
Success stems from consistent effort! 🧡