Inner Child Work
Explore the joy, creativity, love, liveliness of your childhood through focused thoughts in a non-judgemental attitude. Bring back the positive memories and habits that can uplift your mood and personality.
Confusion about your purpose, current situation, potentials and worth is something all of us experience at some point in life. Meditation will guide you into discovering yourself again. It will help you find the answers to all the questions you have about yourself.
Bottled Up Emotions
Storing up emotions without expressing them is a malpractice many follow. Through guided meditation, you will be able to get in touch with your emotional side and process all the bottled up emotions in a calm manner.
Get in touch with yourself in a quiet environment, focus on all that defines you and all that you can picture for yourself. Feel the inner motivation that pushes you to be the best version of yourself. Let your free flowing thoughts and emotions guide you towards your true being.
Tame Your Temper
Address the psychological thoughts, feelings and reactions that underlie the anger issues. Foster peace, patience and balanced feelings through meditation, breathing techniques and other practices.
Spend intentional time with your mind. Understand your strengths and weaknesses. Discipline and control of your mind through guided meditation will be the first step towards increasing self-control.
The relaxation technique of meditation, when done before bedtime, instigates the sleep cycle. It quietens the mind and body and allows it to rest. Even a few minutes of meditation can help with sleep related conditions.
The calming effects of meditation are known to be the most helpful for stress reduction. During meditation, you can eliminate the chaotic thoughts that are causing the stress. Mindful meditation will increase your awareness of the moment and even help you find solutions to your problems.
Meditation is widely recommended for generating focus, increasing impulse control and intricate planning; all of which are essential to overcome attention deficits.