Remove the Masks – Meditation Immersion Morning 6

Removing the Masks –

Meditation Immersion Morning 6

Click the audio clip below to listen…

If you missed Days 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5, you can find them here…

Day 1  – Take A Moment meditation – click to listen
Day 2 – Self Contemplation Meditation– click to listen
Day 3 – Self Reflection Meditationclick to listen
Day 4 – Observing Your Energy Meditationclick to listen
Day 5 – Self Acceptance Meditationclick to listen

I suggest you listen to these in order, before moving on to Day 6…


🙏 Take A Moment – to Observe & Remove the Masks 🙏
Have you ever noticed how we assume different identities as we walk through our days? Depending on the situation and who you’re with – which friend or group of people, like your work colleagues for instance, you happen to be around at any given moment?

We put these “masks” on in a bid to be liked. Accepted. To feel loved. Worthy. Safe. We happily adorn these masks, based on what we believe others expect from us and of us. But do we really need them?

This meditation is intended to make you more aware, as you observe yourself throughout your day, of how you interact…the masks you put on and identities you assume, depending on where you are and who you’re with.

It’s another meditation intended to give you the space to open up, and get to know yourself a little better…in each moment.💜


🌈 Make It A Moment In The Morning 🌈

If at all possible, try to create the opportunity to engage with this meditation first thing in the morning.

Being more aware of your how your energy is shifting and responding to the physical experience of your reality, is a powerful way to align more deeply with the vast, expansive creative life force of limitless potential within!


🦄 Get Yourself Ready 🦄

Here are some tips to help you make the most of this moment you’re taking, for mindful meditation…

☀️ 1.Do it first thing in the morning.I cannot stress how highly effective this is in being much more aware of how you walk through your days. Most people switch into autopilot from that sleep state, as soon as the alarm goes off.

What they don’t realise is this is a waste of valuable theta waves! You are in a trance like state in those first moments of consciousness in the morning. You can use this time to literally “program” your mind to perform optimally throughout your day, as you go about creating your reality.

Set your alarm 15 minutes earlier for this meditation and allow yourself that beautiful moment as you wake to a new day of potential and possibility.

😎 2. Wear headphones. It’s so much easier to follow along and pull yourself back to my voice as I guide you, when you use earbuds or headphones. Have your listening device and headphones at the ready, so you can grab them without rousing yourself too much, as soon as you wake up.

When your mind starts to wander – and it will! – don’t panic and think you’re getting it all wrong, because you’re not achieving an ultimate state of Zen. Just acknowledge and allow the thoughts to come and go, and bring your awareness back to my voice.

✍️ 3. Journal and reflect.After you’ve finished taking this moment in the morning, allow a few minutes to “free write”. Grab a journal and just start letting the pen do its thing with the paper. Don’t worry about spelling or grammar or even making sense.

You might be surprised what you discover…including a deepening awareness and connection, the more you make meditation a habitual daily practice.

🎉 4. Enjoy! Just let the process evolve as its meant to, and as you’re ready. Everyone’s journey with meditation is entirely unique. Don’t compare your’s to anyone else’s and don’t think there’s a “right” or “wrong”. Whatever you’re doing, will be perfect for you in that moment. Go with it!


👀 Keep an eye out for the final meditation in our 6 for 7 Meditation Immersion, coming straight to your Inbox in the next 24 hours!  👀

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