Relax with Raven while commuting in your car. Negative energies come from stressful situations at home or at work. Listening to these mindful meditations opens the chakra system and helps you to release emotional imbalance. Chakras are energy centers in the body that regulate mood and emotion. Mindful meditation is different than deep trance meditation where you go into a deep state of trance and can have an out-of-body experience. Mindful meditation happens in the present moment. You keep your eyes open and focused on your five senses and while calming the thoughts running through your mind. Join Raven for driving meditations where we always keep our eyes open and focused on the road.
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In this episode, we review what we learned during the Driving Meditation series. Imagine your thoughts have a shape and a color, imagine what your thoughts look like. Remember it’s time to transition into the 2nd shift. Feel no resistance to what you... more
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