Category Archives: Guided Meditation

Nicole Cardoza's Meditation for Finding Abundance

Try this short meditation when you need a reminder that you are, and have, enough.

I come back to this meditation when­ever I feel depleted in some way—from what’s happening in the world or on social media, or if I simply haven’t been able to cultivate the energy I need to get through the day. With this exercise, we remind ourselves of all the things that bring us joy, wonder, and awe. I hope you enjoy it.

First, find a comfortable seated position. Notice how your body feels, connected to the earth, in whichever way you choose, and allow yourself to be here, in this moment, in this breath. How does it feel to be here now? It may feel scary or uncomfortable or just right. Allow it to be without judgment, without shame. Notice how the present feels in your breath. Allow your breaths to be short and shallow, or long and deep. And as you breathe, notice if you have space for a little bit more air with every inhalation, perhaps drawing in and out through your nose. Give yourself permission to take in a little bit more air, and release it. Allow your breath to fill in through your nose, through your lungs, down into your belly, and then out again, exploring all of the space and capacity that you have.

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Fill yourself with breath and then gently let it go. See if you can give yourself more time, allowing for a few more seconds to slow your inhalation and exhalation, making the most of each magical moment of breath.

Now with each inhalation, allow your body to fill the space around you, drawing up through the crown of your head, breathing into the widest parts of …

A Short Meditation Practice with Jana Long


Follow your Savasana with a short 8-minute meditation from Jana Long, increasing the duration over time.

Follow your Savasana with a short 8-minute meditation from Jana Long, increasing the duration over time. Sit still and quiet and become aware of how your breath feels. If you find you are thinking or clinging to thoughts, let them go and return to feeling your breath.

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A Guided Meditation to Connect with Your Core Self


Try this simple practice to reset your day and truly listen to yourself and those around you.

Try this 6-minute guided meditation from Katherine Lo, founder of Eaton Workshop, to help you cultivate compassion and connect with your true self. On each inhalation, you’ll focus on what you wish to bring into your life, and on each exhalation, you’ll focus on letting go of what you wish to lessen.

Lo reconfigures hotels as agents and locations for social change. Her vision is to create spaces that are community hubs for local and visiting activists, artists, and entrepreneurs to gather, collaborate, and heal. The first Eaton Hotel opened last fall in downtown Washington D.C. and includes a wellness space with a yoga studio that’s open to both hotel guests and the general public.  

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Tantra 101: A Guided Visualization Practice to Open Your Heart


Envision your heart cne as a blossoming flower in this beautiful meditation from Sally Kempton.

Want to invite more love and bliss into your life? Try tapping into the sacred source that emanates from your heart center. Here, Sally Kempton—who teaches YJ’s upcoming course, Tantra 101—guides you through a simple practice to deepen your divine awareness: A beautiful visualization of your heart as a blossoming flower.

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Want to learn how to tap into your innate power? Join our new online course, Tantra 101: Awaken to Your Most Divine Life, led by meditation teacher Sally Kempton. In six weeks you’ll discover Tantra’s potent teachings and practices, so you can transform every breath, movement, and feeling into a pathway to greater insight and peace. Sign up today!

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Tantra 101: This Mantra Is Key to Experiencing Divine Energy


Feeling small? Try this short Tantric practice from Sally Kempton to expand your sense of self.

The ancient tradition of Tantra says that every being originates from a sacred source—so why don’t you always feel so “divine”? The next time you’re feeling small, try this simple mantra from Sally Kempton to help you reconnect to the universe and powerfully expand your sense of self.

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Want to learn how to tap into your innate divine power? Join our new online course, Tantra 101: Awaken to Your Most Divine Life, led by meditation teacher Sally Kempton. In six weeks you’ll discover Tantra’s potent teachings and practices, so you can transform every breath, movement, and feeling into a pathway to greater insight and peace. Sign up today!

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