Wellness Tribe’s New Year’s Meditation!

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new year's meditation

Join us in a very special New Year’s meditation

January 1st, 2016 at 2pm.

   Instead of new year resolutions we prefer to set intentions through meditation for the new year while keeping in mind being kind and gentle with yourself. We would like to collectively set the intention for peace, love and wellness for all! Wherever you may be at that time please meditate with us as we cultivate a positive vibration and connect with others throughout the world.

   Meditation is a powerful tool to set intentions for the way you want to live and feel each day. By clearing your mind, relaxing your body and focusing on your breath you can enter a state of clarity to set your true intentions. Meditation activates the parasympathetic nervous system, sometimes called our “rest and digest” system. This conserves energy as it slows the heart rate, increases intestinal and glandular activity. This physical, mental and emotional state of being allows you to clearly connect with your intentions and propel them into the universe. Remember it is just as important to be energetically open while maintaining that positive high vibrational frequency in order to receive the signs and offerings from the universe.

   When we begin the meditation, find a comfortable seated position in a quiet place. Lift the crown of your head towards the sky as your spine elongates, draw your shoulders back and soften them. Gently close your eyes and start to relax your entire body from your head down. Allow thoughts to flow in and flow out effortlessly. With each inhale imagine a white healing light entering your heart chakra as it illuminates and nourishes every cell in your body. With every exhale feeling lighter and more at peace.

   Again meditation does take practice so please remember to be kind and gentle with yourself…and practice often;)

“be the change you wish to see in the world.” -Mahatma Gandhi

We look forward to connecting with you!


Wellness Tribe