The only difficult part is actually remembering to use your stress-busting tools. You can set a reminder for a certain time of day or several times a day like once per hour.
You can be mindful to do this each time you walk through a doorway, when you're on a walk, or when you wash your hands. These habits can really add up to decreasing your stress level and blood pressure.
If you're ready to learn more, check out my free guided meditation library
You can probably find an empath coach or reiki practitioner for less than I charge. That’s just real talk.
But if it matters to you that I offer 1:1 intro sessions, group reiki sessions, and group empath coaching sessions sprinkled with meditation and law of attraction, I’m your gal. Our Empath Collective is an amazing group!
I take pride in watching my clients transform by taking baby steps on their goals and thrive as empaths. I believe that empaths don't need to stop being empaths or push down their gifts to fit into the world. If that’s the kind of thing that makes you feel good, I’ll cheers to that!
One of my goals for this year was to branch out into offering more grounding exercises to empaths to help ease the emotional and physical pain through meditation. Recently, I did just that, and it was such a beautiful experience.
I’m excited to share my signature meditation with you... The Body Fades Away.
It's the PERFECT meditation to help with pain relief.
If you’re looking to take the step into owning your sensitivities, creating a meditation practice is a great place to start.
If you're an empath, you might have been told you're "too emotional'. Not to worry. You're just naturally healing. Your body knows exactly what to do.
Tears help protect our eyes by removing irritants, reducing stress hormones, and tears contain antibodies that naturally protect our eyes.
They allow your eyes to clear out irritants, protect our eyes from infection, and are a part of the body’s department of defense.
After crying, our breathing and heart rate decrease, and we enter into a calmer biological and emotional state.
Emotional tears contain stress hormones. They shed hormones and toxins that build up during stress. Crying also stimulates the production of endorphins, our body’s natural pain killer and “feel-good” hormones.
Crying is also essential to resolve grief when waves of tears periodically come over us...
I've rediscovered one of my favorite meditations. Walking Meditation.
Just like any type of meditation, walking meditation can be incredibly rewarding. When you practice walking meditation, you're connecting with your body and the earth at the same time.
Here are a couple of key points and ideas for your walking meditation...
You can count how many steps are you taking with each breath.
Walk and breathe in such a way that you can connect with your body deeply.
Connecting with your breath, the planet, keeping it as simple as possible.
Remember - this isn't a power walk. You're not trying to get from “point A to point B” type of activity.
Walking meditation shouldn't be work. It's nice and pleasant, especially in the early morning when the air is still very fresh.
Take notice of your...
Shielding is a quick way to protect yourself. Many empaths and sensitive people rely on it to block out toxic energy while allowing the free flow of positivity.
Use this technique on a regular basis. The minute you’re uncomfortable with a person, place, or situation, put up your shield. Use it in traffic, at work, a crowded restaurant, at a party if you’re talking to an energy vampire, or in a packed doctor’s waiting room.
This technique is useful in any situation.
I usually have them somewhere on my body - as a bracelet, necklace, sometimes I wear ALL of my mala beads. I use these as reminders that I can always stop and take a deep breath, and find the stillness and silence that rests within.
Rolling the beads through your fingers is a physical way to direct your energy and attention. It’s a gentle reminder every few seconds to reground and refocus.
How do I use them for meditation? I use the beads as a replacement for an electronic timer. Depending on the mantra I'm using, it generally takes around 13-18 minutes to go through one round of mala beads. I often only use the breath while meditating and move to the next bead on each exhale.
The only thing I need to concentrate on is my breath. My mind is anchored on the breath or the mantra.