a meditation for times of fear

At Peace with Myself

Find a comfortable position with your arms and legs uncrossed.

Take a long deep breath and let it out slowly.

Allow your breathing to become full, deep and relaxed.

Focus on a situation in which you feel fear.  It may be a present situation or something from the past.

See yourself as clearly as possible, and how you were feeling then.

Is there any way that you’re trying to hide or mask your fear?

Now, experiment with courage in the following ways.  First become aware of how much you judge outside forces of being the cause of your fear.

Now take the focus back into yourself, and feel yourself responding to this situation from your deepest core energy, from the most powerful place in your soul.

Breathe and feel yourself responding from your heart, from love and compassion, and from your center of willpower and strength.

From the strength that God has put in your soul.

From the courage that God has put in your soul.

As you breathe, feel this strength, clarity, security and compassion that exists within you.

Allow yourself to feel the life energy that is your connection to God, to the universe, to the earth.

And with this energy, make a commitment to your own healing process.

See yourself fully healed. fully healthy, fully  normal, feeling the best you’ve ever felt.

See yourself a short time in the future, being able to put behind you the difficult time you’ve had, and being able to walk into a new future: healthy and free, confident and courageous.

May you be well.

May you be healthy.

May you live your life with ease.

May you always have peace of mind.

So be it.

Continue to rest with your eyes closed allowing the healing to flow through you.

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