As busy, highly sensitive moms we need to take some big deep breaths.
Because raising children is challenging and running a family is chaotic at times.
A mom has to know when to put on the brakes of her crazy life and just BE.
I get it. I have a lot on my plate, too. But when I finally decide to put everything on hold for a 5 minutes and regroup and recenter myself, I feel instantly calmer and more patient.
That has to be our goal.
To be strong and calm through ALL THE CHAOS.
Introducing the Abundant Mama Peaceful Meditation Series.
A 4-part series of short, blissful meditations designed to help you put on the brakes of life and center yourself. Each short meditation is meant to ground you and give you a dose of the inner calm you desperately need in just about any moment.
Each of these 4 meditations are designed to connect directly with our 4 Abundant Mama Pillars so you will also be working on your Abundant Mama Journey at the same time! Win. Win.
You can do these meditations at bedtime, in the morning, in the car or in the kitchen while making dinner if you must. And sometimes that’s all you’ll have time for.
Each of these four meditations have a clear purpose that combines ease, peace and the Abundant Mama foundations:
- Abundance Meditation —> You do so much. This guided meditation walks you through a nourishing place of rest and ease.
- Softening Meditation –> When we soften, though, we don’t relinquish our powers or authority and we don’t become pushovers and let our lives crumble.
- Letting Go Meditation —> You know you need to surrender to the world as it is and just let go … but how? How do you do that? This meditation will take you there, gently.
- Balanced Mama Breathing Meditation —> Worries. Anxiety. Fears. When we let all of that take over we aren’t as playful and fun to be around as we want to be or need to be. This meditation will help bring some balance back to your inner nervous system so you can relax and lighten up.
Sign up now and you’ll instantly receive your first meditation in the series — and then three more over the course of three days afterward.