Kundalini Meditation For A Calm Heart – The perfect meditation for empaths and HSPs. Connect deeply to our Heart Chakra and tune in!
Welcome to our short meditations for empaths series, where we share tools that you can easily add into your daily routines. This is one of my favourites – Let’s do this together!
Our heart has so much wisdom! Our Heart Chakra is the balancing centre point of our Chakra system – Balancing our higher Chakras (energies of the Universe and heavens) and our lower Chakras (energies of the Earth and daily reality), processing all the energy that we collect and store. A great meditation to keep track of our inner Self. As empaths/HSPs, this is one of my favourite short meditations.
When and how to use this meditation: This short meditation is only 3 minutes long and you can build it for a longer practice over time – It is ideal to use as part of our daily practice and can easily be done at any time. This can be used as a 40-Day practice to deepen our connection and hold space for our heart to open up.
Holding space for healing. A beautiful pranayama meditation to use if you feel a heavy heart, if you feel like you are emotionally and energetically releasing something and if you are going through a transformation. This meditation will help relieve challenging emotions and help you calm the heart as it processes it.
Try this meditation with me and use our journal reflection questions afterwards!
✨ The Heart Chakra & This Meditation
Benefits Of This Meditation
“The home of the subtle force of prana is in the lungs and heart. The left palm is placed at the natural home of prana and creates a deep stillness at that point. The right hand that brings you to action and analysis, is placed in a receptive, relaxed mudra in the position of peace.
This posture induces the feeling of calmness. It creates a still point for the prana at the Heart Center.
Emotionally, this meditation adds clear perception to your relationships with yourself and others. If you are upset at work or in a personal relationship, sit in this meditation for 3 to 15 minutes before deciding how to act. Then act with your full heart.
Physically, this meditation strengthens the lungs and heart.
This meditation is perfect for beginners. It opens awareness of the breath, and it conditions the lungs. When you hold the breath in or out for “as long as possible,” you should not gasp or be under strain when you let the breath move again.“
✨ Meditation Video
✨ Journal Inspiration
Journal writing after our meditation practice is a way of releasing, grounding and keeping track of what came up. Here are some reflection questions you can use for your journal writing:
🦋 How did I feel before and after my meditation?
🦋 What emotion/s and/or thought/s came up during this meditation?
🦋 What has my heart been holding on to that no longer serves me?
🦋 What was my breathing pattern like throughout the meditation?
Try this meditation every day for the next 7 days and see how you feel – Feel free to extend the meditation time or the number of days (to 40 days) if you feel drawn to do so! Sat Nam🙏🏽
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