Grow Your Gifts Meditation – Self-Love
I am deeply loved, supported and safe. My loved ones are Divinely cared for. All is well.
My stepson Isaac lives in Boston. We had a tense hour watching the coverage of the Boston Marathon bombing yesterday before we got a text from him assuring us that he was safe. Many families didn’t get that text. I’m sharing this image today of a statue at Middleton Place in South Carolina because I feel like we could all use a hug and some self-love. Below are some suggestions on how to work with this image. This statue is in a sheltered garden surrounded by azaleas. It was a beautiful, warm sunny day when the photo was taken.
How to Work with the Image
Take a moment to center yourself. Close your eyes and breathe in and out slowly three times. Let your exhale be longer than your inhale.
Open your eyes and focus on the image. Ask your Spiritual Support Team to help you come into harmonic resonance with the image and to receive the amount of energy from the essence of the place for your highest and best good.
Try copying the physical posture of the statue as you focus on the image. Feel the love for yourself comforting and supporting you.
Use your imagination to put yourself in the photo. Use all your senses to interact with what is shown. What do you feel, see, hear, smell, taste and touch as you connect?
Ask for Divine guidance on how you can incorporate the gifts from this essence into your own life and situation. Allow yourself to feel the love and support flowing to you and through you from the Earth and the Divine.
Repeat the affirmation (see caption) as you breathe in and out slowly.
Be open to any additional thoughts, sounds, smells, or images that come to you as you are working with the photo. Consider these as messages to support you on your path. Ask what these impressions mean to you. What do they make you think or feel?
Continue to recall the image throughout the day when you wish to bring in the energy it provides.
Express your gratitude for the gifts given to you through the experience.
With love to all,