Posts Tagged ‘ meditation ’

Meditation doesn’t have to be visual

May 9th, 2018 | By

By Nimue Brown I’ve long thought that the term ‘visualisation’ is massively problematic. Not all of us are visual. For some people that’s about sight impairment, or blindness. For some of us (me included) it’s about having a poor visual memory and a limited visual imagination. Creative meditation practice does not have to be all

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Create your own meditations

Apr 29th, 2018 | By

By Nimue Brown Visualisation and pathworking can bring deep spiritual insights and flex creative muscles. However, if you’re new to all of this is can be a bit intimidating. There are lots of audio meditations you can buy, but that might not work for you. Other people’s meditations can be full of ideas that don’t

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The Meditating Goldfish

Apr 25th, 2018 | By

My mind is at rest, calm and at ease with my body. I have crossed the dark abyss, the bridge that separates the physical and spiritual worlds. The abyss disconnects the spiritual mind from the physical brain allowing the true self to escape the realm of matter for a time to bathe in the presence

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Magical Music

Apr 20th, 2018 | By

  Music is my drug of choice. It can lift my spirits, make me cry, laugh, love and return me to my youth and make me feel young again. I have broad musical tastes too, from classical to reggae it is the spice of life. I read a quote by the wonderful, and hugely missed,

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Dancing with the Goddess

Jan 30th, 2018 | By

Dancing with the Goddess – Demelda Penkitty ‘There are no mistakes in Circle Dancing – only variations’ In July last year (2017) I made my first tentative steps down a path that was to change my life. I discovered circle dancing! Now anyone who knows me would most probably laugh at the idea of me

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Praying to Hekate

Jan 6th, 2018 | By

Image: Hekate holding a key in one hand and rope in the other, by Richard Cosway, source British Museum via Wikimedia Commons.​ I lost my keys. I prayed to Hekate Kleidouchos and Hekate Kleidophoros. I found my keys. Was my prayer answered? Yes, of course. Did Hekate herself reach out from the universe to aid

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Meditation Guidance

Feb 5th, 2017 | By

Rachel Patterson, author of Pagan Portals meditation is doing a weekly meditation prompt over on her blog. these are lovely, simple prompts it is easy to be inspired by and engage with. So far she has shared ideas and images to reflexct on for  Pathway, and  Night Sky visit http://tansyfiredragon.blogspot.co.uk/ for more as they come out week

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Meditation Books

Aug 16th, 2016 | By

New to meditation? Unsure of where to start? Then we recommend you check out Rachel Patterson’s Pagan Portal on meditation – it’s a small, friendly, accessible book designed very much for people who have trouble getting to grips with meditation. This vast subject is condensed down into an easily digestible introduction, giving you plenty of

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Pagan Portals – Meditation

Dec 4th, 2015 | By

New for December – Pagan Portals: Meditation, by Rachel Patterson An introduction to the beautiful world of meditation… This book will take you on a journey giving hints and tips on how to meditate succesfully, breathing exercises, chants and visualisation tips. Also included are lovely meditation tea and incense blends, how to meditate with crystals,

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Books of knowing and works in progress

Jul 16th, 2015 | By

By Nimue Brown Thus far, I have had two ways of deliberately approaching the writing of non-fiction books. Some of them are based on long term personal experience and I’m prepared to claim a degree of authority for what I’m saying. Druidry and Meditation came out of more than a decade as a solo practitioner,

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