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Morning Meditation for Flow and Focus

“Energy is not only the basis of our existence, it is the fuel that makes everything in our lives real and possible.”
~Tony Robbins

This guided morning meditation is great to help you get into the flow and build focus for your day. This practice can also be used to get you focused for an important event or prepare for a big day of work.

We will begin with alternate nostril breathing which is a simple, yet powerful tool to settle your mind, body, energy, and emotions. Plug in, to the earth’s energy today to replenish any depleted energy.

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We hope you enjoy!
Headphones recommended for optimal experience.
Do not listen while driving.

Meditation written and read by Sara Raymond
Photo Credit: Nelson Santos Jr from Unsplash.com
Music Credit: Serenity by Chris Collins, indiemusicbox.com

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About the author, Sara

Sara is the founder of The Mindful Movement and the owner of Coreworks Fitness, a Pilates and Yoga studio in MD. Sara is also a Master Pilates and CoreAligh instructor with Balanced Body.

Sara is passionate about helping others grow and live mindful, fulfilled lives. She helps others move better, feel better, live with a deep awareness, gratitude and their whole heart. She strives to inspire others live authentically and passionately in love and abundance.

4 Comments

  1. Debbie on 11/02/2018 at 11:06 PM

    Love this one! Thank you for including the alternate nostril breathing! I just learned about this recently and it’s amazing! Also, The thought of releasing energy into the earth really helps me out. Thank you for all you do!

  2. Angela on 11/04/2018 at 1:34 PM

    I like this new meditation for flow. My only concern is the breathing in and out of each nostril exercise is done so quickly that I actually am ramping up my breathing rather than settling it down into a peaceful meditative slow breathing exercise. Perhaps it could be redone at a slower, say 1.5 to twice the time pace? Thank you for the good work you do!

    • Sara Raymond on 11/07/2018 at 1:09 PM

      Thank you for your feedback. You can always take your breath practice at your own pace. I simply intend to offer a guide.

  3. Olivia on 12/08/2018 at 8:52 AM

    I thought it was great ….it’s the right length and the breathing was very well expressed so that if I wanted to I could adapt that breathing into other practices I do …..good balanced meditation πŸ§˜β€β™€οΈ

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