Root Chakra Meditation, and Free Teleseminar on Your Chakras and Life Lessons
I’m so happy to share with you the launch of a new site I will be writing for, Meditate Like a Girl. This site is an evolution of Buddha Chick Life, which I had been writing for over the last year, and is a collaboration of many wonderful women. It is led by Jan Lundy, whom I have mentioned often here, and am fortunate enough to call friend. Meditate Like a Girl is dedicated to ‘exploring and celebrating meditation, in all its forms, with Feminine style and verve’. You will find guidance on meditation practices of all types here, as well as poetry and soulful sharings. In addition to new articles each month, donation-based teleseminars will be offered by contributors sharing new practices and teachings. As if that’s not enough, each month will feature a guest mentor, and this month’s guest mentor is none other than Sally Kempton, author of Awakening Shakti, a book I mentioned in a post earlier this year and absolutely love.
For the first 7 months of my own column there, I will be focused on offering more detailed information and a guided meditations for each of the seven core chakras. This month I have begun with the Root Chakra, which ties in perfectly to the overall theme of ‘Honoring Our First and Forever Mother, the Earth.’ I have included a free root chakra guided meditation that will help you to really open, heal, and empower this foundation center in a deep way.
In addition, I will be offering Meditate Like a Girl‘s first meditation teleseminar on ‘Your Chakras and Life Lessons’, Monday April 22nd, from 6-7 PM PST (although you can listen to the recording later if you can’t attend live). In this teleseminar you will learn a chakra framework for understanding repeating themes in your life, and energy practices you can work with to enhance your understanding and insight around these ‘life lessons’.
So I hope you will join me, and share this wonderful site with your friends. And if you are a blogger, writer or teacher yourself, perhaps you’d like to consider submitting a guest article – we’d love to have you.