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A Deep Healing Remembrance

You are in the midst of an unfolding called Life.
It will look different from anyone else’s.

You have an inner teacher.
Often called the Soul, it has always been with you
and will guide you through your deep healing journey.

You must get comfortable with living in the unknown.
Your Soul will guide you to each step on your healing path.
However you cannot know that step without taking the previous one first.

You haven’t done anything wrong, nor has your body.
Everything that feels uncomfortable is an opportunity to learn
what makes you feel more alive, at peace, and connected.

You may be inspired by what you learn.
You will resonate with things that your Soul already knows.
You will also be challenged by the process of deep healing.
Your most tightly held beliefs will come into question.
Your most protected emotions will be brought to the surface.
If you want easy, this may not be the path for you.

That said…
You will find deep healing increasingly effortless
when your heart longs for it more than anything else
and you begin to sense the unfathomable ocean of love
that is supporting your journey.

Meditation resources & reading list

Free on-line meditations

ClearBeing Meditation System  (Twenty-one 15 to 18 minute guided meditations that help you to progressively build a body- and soul-nurturing meditation practice.)

Recommended Readings

  • Adyashanti: The Way of LIberation, Falling Into Grace, and others
  • Byron Katie:  A Thousand Names for Joy, Loving What Is, and others
  • Brandon Bays: The Journey
  • Caroline Dupont: Deep Healing (you can purchase this from me – $16)
  • Gary Zucav: The Heart of Healing
  • Greg Baer: Real Love
  • Jeff Foster: Falling In Love With Where You Are, The Way Of Rest, and others
  • John Prendergast: In Touch
  • Lynn Marie Lumiere: Awakened Relating
  • Matt Kahn: Everything is Here to Help You
  • Michael Singer: The Untethered Soul, The Surrender Experiment
  • Mirabai Starr: Julian or Norwich, Theresa of Avila, St. John of the Cross, St. Francis of Assisi
  • Pema Chodron: When Life Falls Apart, and others
  • Paramahansa Yogananda:  Autobiography of a Yogi
  • Sri Maharaj Nisargadatta: I Am That
  • Thich Nhat Hahn: Peace In Every Step, and others

Web-sites

Meditation Supplies

Session 1 - Meditation

Recordings

Resources

Reflections (possibly to journal)

  • Sit quietly on a daily basis for any amount of time. Notice what arises, being available to your experience as it is.
  • What do you notice? What arises that is pleasant? What arises that is challenging? What is here that is available to both pleasant and challenging things?
  • Listen to the guided meditation from the last class. Notice how your experience changes from one sitting to the next.

Session 2 - Energy

Recordings

Resources

Reflections (possibly to journal)

  • Sit quietly on a daily basis for any amount of time. Notice what arises, being available to your experience as it is.
  • Attune to the subtle sensations of the energy body, including the energy centers (chakras) that lie along the center line of the body.
  • Notice your capacity to create a welcoming space for all energies, to be curious, open and available for your experience as it is.
  • How do the sensations shift when you give them simple Presence.
  • Be open to feelings, memories, insights, and shifts in perspective.

Session 3 - Relationship

Recordings

Resources

Reflections (possibly to journal)

  • Sit quietly on a daily basis for any amount of time. Notice what arises, being available to your experience as it is.
  • Re-experience the guided meditations for this session.
  • Notice how your inner body responds to your various relationships. Suspend blaming the other or needing them to change and instead give space to the energies that are activated. What insights, understandings come from this practice?

Session 4 - Living a Soul-Guided Life

Recordings

Reflections (possibly to journal)

  • Sit quietly on a daily basis for any amount of time. Notice what arises, being available to your experience as it is.
  • Re-experience the guided meditation for this session.
  • inquiry 1: Drop the statement “I wish to tune in to my soul’ into your meditation. Sit with what gets activated in your body (in particular in the heart or crown area).
  • Inquiry 2: Ask yourself “Do I really want to live a soul guided life?” Tell the truth. Journal from the standpoint of the ‘yes’ and the ‘no’..

 

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