Meditation

The words meditation and medicine both come from the Latin word, medare, to heal.

It was no coincidence, then, that when I began meditating my gradual degeneration from muscular dystrophy slowed down.  I used to force myself to meditate for 15 minutes by setting my phone alarm.  Now I actually look forward to my 15 minutes of quiet in my mind each morning.  I set my phone alarm for 20 minutes so that I stop.  I often meditate in the afternoon as well.

I began meditating after reading The Seeker’s Guide, written by Elizabeth Lesser, several years ago.  I have since found many sites on-line that teach you how to begin and offer lots of meditations for free.   My favorite one  is Fragrant Heart:  http://www.fragrantheart.com/

Another favorite is Deepak Chopra:  http://www.chopra.com/.   Together with Oprah Winfrey, he provides free 21-day meditation challenges which I have done – the healing one last year changed my life.

About Elizabeth

Elizabeth is a powerful light worker, intuitive medium, and coach. She lives with the daily challenge of muscular dystrophy and shares the wisdom she receives from the Divine Source of all that is, bringing joy to the lives of others.
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