Heart-Centered Pure Awareness Meditation

meditationBy request, here is the Heart-Centered Pure Awareness Meditation that I use to lead my LIVE Business & Career OutSourcering calls for GoodVibe University. I invite you to follow this guided meditation (approx. 23min long) and share the link to this custom-recording.

What is the Heart-Centered Pure Awareness Meditation?

This is a guided meditation that puts you first in a heart-centered, heart-coherent state before you are then guided into a state of Pure Awareness.

The heart coherence technique is based on HeartMath Institute’s Quick Coherence Technique, which is taught to first responders so they can quickly recover and focus their energy.

The Pure Awareness meditation is based on The Kinslow System, originally called Quantum Entrainment. I highly recommend Dr. Frank Kinslow’s books and audios. He used to offer his basic Pure Awareness meditation free, on his site. But when he aligned with HayHouse, that free audio was removed. His technique is not new, and is likely as old as the ages. It just happens to the be the place I first heard about it.

When we’re in a mindful, present state, it’s not only very healing for the mind, body, and spirit, but it also helps us release the energy that is no longer serving us. With renewed energy, we are aligned to focus on new intentions and appreciation.

How I Use This Meditation

I use this meditation to start my LIVE Business & Career OutSourcering Calls for GoodVibe University twice a month. Attendees has repeatedly asked me to record a version so they could experience guided meditations between calls. My apologies for how many months it has taken me to record and post this.

May you enjoy this meditation at the beginning or your day, or at the end. Feel free to share with anyone you believe will benefit and enjoy it, as well. Many blessings from me to you!

Image credit: Barry-Jansson & Associates
with image from NASA.

How Our Attitudes Mirror Our Life Experiences

A week ago, I found myself quietly picking lint balls off of freshly clean linen. After a while, I realized I was surprisingly happy doing this rather mundane task. A thought came to mind that one can be happy no matter what they are doing (must be what all those Buddhists have been telling us for centuries), as long as we have chosen a supportive mindset. With that thought in mind, I sent this tweet:

Fast forward to this evening. I just finished watching the BBC’s 1985 adaptation of George Bernard Shaw’s play “The Millionairess” starring Maggie Smith. At first blush, the plot was convoluted and bizaare. I kept checking and rechecking the Netflix movie synopsis to make sure I had the right movie because they didn’t seem to match. Eventually, the plot manages gets to the point, but at the end of the movie I found myself *enlightened*. Quite unexpectedly so, I might also add!

The play’s main character, Epifania, is a truly obnoxious millionairess with little-to-no social skills living in 1930s London. From a long line of banking magnates, Epifania the millionairess is stingy with her own money…but deep into the play, and almost at the point where I lost all interest, she decides to divorce her current husband to marry a Muslim doctor. Before they can do so, and in order to fulfill parental wishes, she must live as a pauper for 6 months, during which the husband-to-be must take $150£ and turn it into $50,000£. They are meet to again in 6 months to prove they have fulfilled the bargain.

Whether you intend to see this play or not, I don’t want to reveal the full plot except to say that it is quite revealing. Even when left to fend for herself with very little cash, she immediately discovers ways to make more money for her employers or even take over their businesses entirely. She makes bold decisions that turn out to be very savvy, proving that while she doesn’t have to work, she has learned a tremendous amount from her family’s banking business. Let’s just say, she doesn’t spend very much time being a pauper.

It reminded me of the real estate investment guy who claimed you can drop him anywhere in the U.S. with $100USD and he’d find a way to turn it into a fortune. Some people are like that: They see income opportunities where the rest of the world is counting up all the debt. Come to think of it, we need some of those people in the world right now!

What does this have to do with my tweet?

How you view your life is truly a metaphor for how you experience it.

If you believe life is hard, that’s how you will experience your life. If you believe your health is bad, that’s how you will experience your health. If you believe that you will always have to struggle to have money, that’s how you will experience money.

Choose to experience your life as easy, feel it in your heart, then it will morph into that experience! Choose to see and feel yourself healthy, and your cells will respond! Choose everyday to count your blessings, feel yourself as wealthy, and your bank account will mirror that shift!

In all the examples above, nothing has changed except your heart-centured *attitude*. Embrace an attitude that your life is blessed, and you will soon see evidence showing up all around you. Gregg Braden has explained this in terms of Quantum Possibilities. Western Science is now catching up with this knowledge, which indigenous and tribal cultures have known for centuries. Watch this video excerpt with Gregg Braden to understand how your heart-centered attitude creates your experiences:

If the above video interests you, you might also be interested in these clips of Gregg Braden from the same movie:
The Union of Thought and Emotion and The Language of Compassion.

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