Jim Morningstar shares a 4 minute meditation on experiencing unconditional love from Ram Dass which is part of “Being and Living the Love You Are – Class #1.” Feel how the deep sense of your being as love changes your experience of daily life. This nine class series provides the information and exercises to immerse yourself in the medium of Love and change uplift your consciousness permanently. This and many other tools are offered in the 9 class video course Being and Living the Love You Are beginning January 30.
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Jim Morningstar shares a 4 minute meditation from Glenda Green in
The Keys of Joshua. Experience that holy part of yourself that lives in freedom and innocence. Have it become a resource to help you remember you are much more than your wounds or your “story” about yourself. Our hearts respond to the truth of this connection and empowers us when we need it most. This and many other tools are offered in the 9 class video course Being and Living the Love You Are beginning January 30. email@example.com
Join Jim Morningstar in a meditation to open your being to living in love,
to let your fears melt in the radiance and warmth of pure compassion for all life as sacred, to let your mind be transfixed by the essence of pure light to reflect the truth and beauty in all, to let your heart surrender to your Beloved who holds you in the arms of unconditional acceptance and trust, and to be infused with the passion of love’s most powerful calling back to the Home that restores your wholeness and dissolves all illusion of separation or lack. You can join Jim on a nine month journey in the spirit of love to transform your experience of life.
Jim Morningstar, PhD, Director of the Transformations Breathwork Training Program, has been using breath awareness and breath modification techniques successfully with counseling and therapy clients since the 1970’s. He shares some of what he has found most useful about incorporating Breathwork into your lifework.
Breathing is a vital function common to us all and it is particularly instrumental in facilitating work with our clients. First in establishing rapport with them. Second in helping our clients truly take in what we have to offer them most effectively. And third as a tool for self regulation they can begin using after your first session with them.
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