Samhain is a time of letting go. The leaves fall and sap stops flowing. This meditation draws you down to rest, where things can flow underneath like the stored fertility in the soil and the unconscious dreaming of winter.
This short meditation is about gathering in your own harvest of a day, a week, a month, a season or a year. It aims to help you notice, celebrate, appreciate or let go. As things come to fruition in your life, whatever form they take, what can be gleaned?
Drawing on the energies of first fruits celebrated at Lughnasa, this meditation seeks to help you nurture, appreciate and harvest anything that is fruitful in your life at any time of year. Image by Natalie White from Pixabay
Solstice is the traditional time, as the sun stands still, for us to stop and stand still too. This short mediation can be used at any time of year or day or week that you need to stop and tune in.
In this short meditation, I invite listeners to find the energy of early summer and tap into it to map what is growing to life within them.
As this meditation is being released at the Spring Equinox it using the theme of renewal and balance. From underneath things can come back to life, energy tapped into for renewal and is inspired by imagining the life of pollinators, birds and Spring flowers. Creating a nest a space for growth and then holding patienceContinue reading “Meditation 3 Balance to re-energise”
A lot of personal development and support today comes from external guides, therapists, teachers and even gurus. While I do see the reason for sometimes needing support from another person, and I have both availed of and been a therapist, I also believe that we have few spaces to go inward looking for our ownContinue reading “A meditation- inner guide”
This thread in the podcast series can be listened to as a kind of guided mediation-observation-connecting-practice and support. This offer is to help with so called inner work, a theme for individuals and many regenerative movements and a call from many indigenous networks to the world. The Global Transition movement often draws on the workContinue reading “Light the Beacon”