Releasing Anger Meditation


Whew! Anger! It can be a tricky emotion to handle. Meditation often helps to soothe the fire of anger, but getting there when you are overwhelmed can be really difficult.

This guided meditation is specifically for times when you are angry or feeling resistance. It acknowledges and releases your feelings while helping you understand the deeper wisdom that is under the stormy surface. Using your breath is a fantastic tool for moving through anger and this meditation guides you to do just that!

Test the meditation out by rating your anger level from zero to ten, ten being the most, before and after the meditation. You may still be angry after the meditation, and that is perfectly okay, but you will likely see a decrease in the intensity of your emotions. That drop in intensity, no matter how slight, gives you a chance to understand the true cause of your anger and allow you the space to determine the best next step. Anger tends to cause us to act impulsively. Taking a few moments of meditation will give you the space to make better choices even in the midst of anger.

Try it out and let me know how it works for you!!

 

Releasing Anger Meditation

 

This is a home-recorded meditation, so please accept its highly original, hand-made quality.

 

Past Life Wisdom Meditation


This meditation is designed to access your past life wisdom. I created it after doing several past-life regressions where I only encountered the trauma and poor decisions that I had done in those lives. I thought, “If I have had all of these lives, then surely I must have wisdom in these lives that could actually help me!”.

It is true. We can have access to this wisdom now. This meditation directs you to write out your responses. You can pause the recording if you need more time to write down your impressions. The meditation is about 20 minutes long.

Let me know how it goes for you!

 

Past Life Wisdom Meditation

This is a home recorded meditation, so please accept its highly original, hand-made quality.

 

Activating Divine Will Meditation


Each Master Level class in Reiki I have my students create their own meditations and activities to learn the process of teaching. Really, the only way to teach is just to jump in and do it! We each take two chakras to create our lessons and I also get a chance to create some new material as well. It adds a fresh new perspective to the material we have spent a year studying together.

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Reiki and Meditation Science Experiment!


So, true confession time… I love statistics. I mean I really love them. I love data and analyses and spreadsheets. Yup.

I love it all so much that I created my own stress index, the Robins Holistic Stress Scale, and I have been collecting data in bits and pieces over the last few years on the effect of Reiki and meditation on self-reported stress scores. Oh yeah! How cool am I right now!!! 😀

I am also so supremely happy that I have figured out a way of hosting this experiment on a broader scale here on my website. My plan is to take the aggregated data and determine if there is a difference between the effects of meditation and Reiki. I am so cool right now I can’t even stand it!

All the information you need is below. Just follow the instructions and you will get to test out what works best for YOU, five minutes of meditation, or five minutes of self-healing. The whole thing will probably only take 15 to 20 minutes and you can retake the quiz as often as you would like!

If you have any issues viewing the quiz, try clicking here.

Enjoy! Let me know how it worked for you. I would love to hear from you!

 

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Meditation for Creative Expression


Meet your creative mentor and deeply access your creative and courageous potential in this guided meditation by Geneva Robins. If you have had any problems with creative blocks lately, this meditation will set you free and back on the creative train.

I’ve been using this meditation in my classes for a while now with great success. I originally wrote it so I could move through some creative blocks I was experiencing. It worked!

You can deepen your practice by spending a few minutes free-writing at the end of the meditation. Just allow you pen to sail across the page, no scribbling, no pausing, just writing.

 

 

I would love to hear about your experiences! Let me know how it goes for you!

Finding harmony: Snuggling up to the reverb


There is a sound  the Universe makes. It is a deep hum.

Listen now.

Listen until you hear the listening.

Only then will you hear it.

When you hear it, it is unmistakable.

It’s voice vibrates your atoms.

It blurs the edges of the concept of ‘you’. Me. I.

In the stillness, allow the waves to roll on through, carrying all your wishes to everywhere all at once.

In this space, this sound, all things are possible.

Finding your purpose: Let the joy guide you


Why are you here? What are you supposed to do with your life? What is your purpose?

These are giants, as far as questions go. The answers are not simple and not always clear. Perhaps it is not known until the end, looking back, when everything becomes understood. 

What has made all the difference to me has been meditation. When I sit in meditation I become connected to a higher point of view. Things settle in. I get to see my life through the eyes of my source. From that perspective, it is easier to feel and sense when I am on the path or off of it. 

When your thoughts and emotions are settled in meditation, there is a distinctive calm energy that can be felt. When your thoughts are distracted or unfocused, a tension resides in the body. 

This ease and tension dichotomy is a clear indicator of what is closer to your purpose and what is further from it. It is like your own magic compass that constantly points you toward your dreams. 

The feeling of joy expands as you begin to choose life experiences that are aligned with your path. 

It might be difficult to put words to the path you are on, or even know exactly where you are headed, but you can always know whether you are on track or not, by how you feel. 

The more you meditate, the easier it is define the feeling of being in joy and on your path. The signals get stronger and clearer after even a few minutes of sitting in stillness. 

Your true life purpose goes beyond a job, a relationship, or an accomplishment. It is a trajectory. It is a direction. It is orienting yourself towards the Divine wisdom that already lives within you. It is about being willing to travel full circle, to humbly return home again knowing that you did your best, uplifted a few others, and experienced the gift of your life. Your purpose is to travel that sometimes meandering journey and discover the sweetness of each step. 

What does it take to be a Yogi?


There I am. At the top of my mat. Again. Wobbling. Balancing. Losing balance. Resting. Trying again. 

In a recent class, I got a whole new perspective on what yoga can do. It felt like I was inside the test tube looking out. I was in the practice but not in it. Observing the sway and swirl of emotions that scattered through me as I transitioned from pose to pose. 

I felt like I was wringing the unwanted emotions right out of my cells, just like you would a cloth. Each pose shifted some new emotion to the surface. The breath, beautifully capturing and dispelling the unneeded thoughts, left me slightly emptied, like the somewhat hollow feeling after a good cry. A void where the old thought once lived. Now empty and waiting for the light to pour in. 

Standing in Warrior, I felt weakness creep up my limbs. Not a physical tiredness, but an emotional one. Some small corner of my body was holding on to an old way of being. Even though my normal daily thoughts did not match what was now rising to the surface, the yoga practice shook it loose from my cells and allowed it to drift up and out. Riding the wave of breath and movement. 

This powerful releasing is deeply healing. This is yoga. Union with the Divine. A surrendering and filling with spirit. 

What does it take to be a yogi? Showing up. Surrender. Kindness. 

That is it. 
Make your practice simple. No matter what is happening, no matter what you are doing, if you strive to hitch yourself to the divine, you are doing yoga. 

This is all that is needed. All that is required. Just a true wish to lean your cheek next to God’s. Letting the divinity sink in as you sink into the poses. 

I also saw how incredibly powerful yoga and Reiki are together. Yoga knocks old patterns and thoughts loose. It brings them up and out. Reiki does that too and can help ease the process. Reiki smooths the rough edges of deep emotions as they are released from the body-mind. Reiki also adds in a massive influx of light, pure energy. It heals and fills you up with the essence of Divine Love. It establishes a new pattern of energy within you so that you can begin living from this new, healthier perspective. 

Yoga and Reiki. A perfect balance. Yin and Yang. Active and passive. Between these two pillars, there is unity. 

Dream a little dream for me


It can be so easy to hold someone else’s dream in your mind. I can easily see each and every one of you as wildly happy, healthy, joyful, and abundant. It is so easy.

 It is likely why crowdfunding and microlending sites are so fun. We get to share in someone else’s dream and be that little angel that helps make it reality. The true success is not so much that the project gets funded, which most do, but that all of those eyes have shared the same vision, if only for a moment. 

That brief look is hugely powerful. We can instantly dream alongside all of the other dreamers. We can share in the magic, if only for a moment. The possibilities that can happen are amazing when we dream a better dream for ourselves and others. 

I truly believe the litmus test in self healing is to hold the positive vision for your own projects as easily as you hold it for others. 

Can you see yourself as wildly happy, healthy, joyful, and abundant? Can you see that dream for you as easily as you see it for me?
If so, huzzah! 

Love, compassion, and dreams are just as much yours as they are mine. You deserve this. You are allowed this. You can have this. It is already yours. 

Heartfullness: Surrendering the mind to the wisdom of the heart 


In Buddhism, where the concept of mindfulness originated, the heart is considered the seat of the mind. 

The true mind, the wise voice within us, always resides in the heart. Our hearts contain unlimited compassion, wisdom, and Divine connection. 

In our western philosophy, the mind has normally been equated with the brain. I have nothing against brains. I, personally, have lots of them! 😉 It is just important to remember that the intellect’s true purpose is to serve the wisdom of the heart. Not the other way around. 

So if you live in North America, I recommend changing your meditation practice to heartfullness. 

Use the power, wisdom, courage, and compassion of the heart to lead you to stillness. Surrender your clever brain and let your heart lead the way. 

Brains only work if they are connected to a functioning heart. Let the heart lead and the brain follow. 

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