Have you ever heard someone say “get into your heart” and thought Sure! But how?
I have noticed that, particularly in New Agey circles, there is a lot of talk about being “heart-centered” and getting into the heart, living from the heart, etc, etc.
While it sounds easy, I often found myself having a hard time putting it into practice. I read various books on the topic and tried different forms of meditation and I have found three techniques that help me enter my heart space quickly and effectively, which I will share with you in my guided meditation below.
Lately I have been working on my upcoming meditation album – a collection of guided meditations to help you connect with your higher self, meet your spirit guides, get blissfully relaxed and of course, get “into your heart”. This “heart meditation” is the first meditation I have made. I am not certain it will be the version I will include in the final album, but I wanted to share it with you anyway!
Guided Meditation: Getting into your Heart
In this 14 min guided meditation, I will help you relax and enter the realm of your heart, where love, joy and oneness permanently reside. The peaceful sounds of waves and birds chirping in the background will transport you (although probably not literally!) to a tropical paradise where you can temporarily forget about all the things pissing you off.
Music by Christopher Lloyd Clarke. Licensed by RoyaltyFreeMeditationMusic.com.
Why bother “getting into your heart”?
When you are “in your heart” (as opposed to just “in your head”) you are loving, gentle, open and joyful. Your ego to melt away, along with fear, worry and stress.
You will see the world from an entirely different perspective – a perspective that illuminates the connections among us, the opportunities for love, pleasure and fun.
It will be like you just snorted some kind of happy drug, only its not bad for you!
I have been experimenting with doing this meditation in the morning (to feel less bitchy during the day), before I make a big decision, before I try to communicate something important to someone, before I create something, write something….I even did this meditation right before I created the guided, audio version of it!
Let me know how it goes!
After you listen you my heart meditation, please feel free to share your experience in the comments section below. Did you have a hard time getting into it? Was one technique more helpful than the others? What did you first notice when you entered your heart space?