Guided Meditation: Listen With Your Heart & Not Your Head
Connect to your body to listen to its powerful messages for healing.
When faced with a problem or challenge, especially one that is keeping you stuck, the mind has a way of relentlessly focusing on it in an effort to solve it. Although being analytical can be good for evaluating it from all sides, it can also create confusion about what to do with all of the information.
Recently, I learned a very impactful meditation technique from my coach Iris Benrubi for how to find authentic answers by listening for them with the heart and not with the head. The best way to understand the importance of this process is for you to experience it yourself so I wrote and recorded a free 20-minute guided meditation for you.
You have to be in a very relaxed open, receiving space to hear messages, but when you do, it can be very impactful and healing. Keep in mind that it can also bring up negative emotions and difficult things to process without proper support so I recommend you consult your doctor or coach if you have any concerns about this. Some people believe that meditation is a form of medication and should be done with professional support.
Chandra Lynn inspires people to love life. As the host of GlowLiving.com, she guides anyone seeking impactful ways to achieve new levels of emotional health and well-being so that they can have deeply fulfilling relationships with themselves and others. A San Francisco Bay Area native, she spent the first 25 years of her career as a marketing expert and founder of Glow Marketing LLC, serving clients such as Apple, smart car/Mercedes, Avid, Super Model/TV Host Tyra Banks, and many others. Now she is using her experience and coaching certification from Robbins-Madanes Center for Strategic Intervention to host Glow Living, a lifestyle brand and platform for personal growth and healthy living. Chandra is the creator of the training program ‘Root-to-Rise’. She also offers personal coaching, group mentoring sessions, and public speaking.
For more information about Chandra Lynn, click here.