Enjoy, spiritual warriors!!! I’m in India right now, leading 10 law enforcement professionals from the Blue Courage program on a 10-day pilgrimage. Wander with me on @flowoflove on Facebook and @davidjimeditation on Instagram and follow our adventures. Peace. -davidji
This conscious choice-making process can be activated in any moment – and is ALWAYS worth taking the time to first slow down and pattern interrupt from your relentless swirl of thoughts, mental activities, chatter, and confusion.
Ganesha is one such archetype that has inspired me particularly when I’m faced with an obstacle in my path. He’s powerful enough to remove obstacles and ensure success, or create obstructions for those whose ambition has become destructive.
When you awaken the Sacred Power of Acceptance, you finally recognize that wherever you are, every moment of the past is carved in stone and for you to evolve your life, improve your situation, or find deeper fulfillment you must own the present moment.
In this week’s meditation we will activate, open, release, and expand our chakras, by “tuning” them and bringing our awareness to them, envisioning the color of the chakra, connecting to its particular intention, and then repeating the vibration or mantra associated with the chakra. Enjoy!
With so many people on the planet, it’s often impossible to comprehend that you share the essence of a tribal warrior 10,000 miles away. Or that your soul and the soul of some violent dictator in another country are one. But at your core, you are whole and one with everything in existence and everything that has ever existed.
The Divine Principle of Awareness is the evolutionary starting point for transforming the world around you as you transform yourself! It’s the cornerstone for every step you take to move your life from where it is to where you’d like to be.
The ancient teachings of energetic flow say that your heart is your forgiveness center and your throat is your permission center. To awaken your power of REbirth, we need to awaken forgiveness and permission, forgive ourselves for everything that’s ever happened in our lives, and grant our self-permission to heal, move forward, and thrive.
Many of Osho’s teachings irritated people, and many others found them irreverent. But at the end of the day, his purpose was to challenge us to reach deep within our souls and find our own constrictions.
If our fire is burning brightly, we trust, we listen, we stay fully present, and we risk being vulnerable. And, ideally, once we have absorbed all that we believe will nourish us, we release, sidestep, or let go of anything that will not serve us.
You can start out with an easy technique that requires no equipment called “16 seconds.” I’ve taught it to more than 200,000 people around the world, and it’s based on the ancient technique of mindful breathing popularized by the Buddha 2,600 years ago.
It’s easy to become overwhelmed in our every day lives, but the best way to move towards clarity is to look in our lives through the lenses of the 5 realms. This process will allow us to gain clarity on our needs and desires, what we’re holding on to that no longer serves us, what … Continue reading Five Realms of Transformation Guided Meditation→
Air is about movement and flow – the divine circulation of the universe and the flow that exists within each one of us as we channel the divine and express god is through our daily contemplations and interactions.
Practicing meditation on a daily basis allows you to weave silence and stillness into your mind and body to create a life of greater compassion and fulfillment – not only for others, but for YOURSELF, as well.
In many Eastern philosophies, there is a term for purpose in life – known as dharma (pronounced dar- mah), which comes from the ancient Indian language of Sanskrit and literally means “pillar” — that which upholds. There are hundreds of definitions for this word which is now part of our lexicon thanks to a TV … Continue reading Discovering Your Dharma Guided Meditation→
Welcome to a brand new week! It’s easy to get confused over setting an intention. Should it be big? Or small? Attainable? Or beyond reach? Should it be about me or another person? But if the definition of intention is simply to have in mind a purpose or plan to direct the mind—to aim—then there … Continue reading Power of Intention Guided Meditation→
You can begin your daily practice with any questions or any prayer you feel like starting with. It’s common to begin by asking ourselves a series of questions known as the soul questions. They are explored in greater depth in the book The Seven Spiritual Laws of Yoga. The questions are: Who am I? What … Continue reading Ask These 3 Questions Before you Meditate→
It’s a new week, spiritual warriors!!! Let’s use it to our advantage to truly put our attention on what we’re feeling… physically, emotionally, mentally… recognize it, name it, draw attention to it, then gently let it go. Happy meditating! Peace. -davidji