Jenny Light leads you in powerful session to eliminate negative thoughts and patterns. Focus is on meditating to discover your positive qualities and then to amplify these through a powerful breath (pranayama). This practice eliminates any negative beliefs and ego limitations which may be a barrier to manifesting your positive potential.
Jenny talks about technique of pratyahara, or drawing the attention within. She guides you to how to let go of being a slave to all the physical body's whims and to generally ignore small discomforts such as paying attention to sensations of cold/heat or pain/pleasure. Then Jenny leads a guided meditation using the breath as a bridge to the higher consciousness to expand into Eternity.
In this highly charged meditation, I lead you to still the body by becoming conscious of the breath. The breath is spiritualised by a selfless practice of offering the inhale into the exhale and offering the exhale into the inhale. Finally, handing over the self to the Divine and being uplifted into a high vibrational state of being.
This podcast involves charging each chakra with cosmic prana and vitality. I draw on my own personal experience in using yoga breath and meditation tools to recover from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, as charted in my first book, 'Living Lightly: a Journey through Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME)', Ayni Books 2015. I lead you in a guided meditation to scan of each chakra for leaks, blockages and general level of vibrancy, and then to recharge each one.
A Sheetali or Sheetkari pranayama, pranamudra, bandha and meditation to contain the amrita (quintessential life force) on the tongue. This is a profound yoga practice on the bindu point which rejuvenates the physical body and can prolong the physical lifespan.
This practice brings cooling to the body and brain. However, it is not suitable for you if you have constipation, low blood pressure, heart problems, asthma or bronchitis.
Due to many requests to record podcasts to help with CFS (ME) and other health issues, in this podcast I give you techniques for self healing which I found really powerful when I was recovering from CFS. Further, tips and reading about my own story of recovery can be found in my first book, 'Living Lightly: a journey through Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME)' (Ayni books 2015).
Using hands on the belly or the body part in need of healing, I lead you to channel your prana and positive thinking into healing the body and mind.
I do hope that this is beneficial for you all and I look forward to hearing your feedback. Much love, Jenny
This guided meditation will prepare by breathing the ionised air as a tall tree in a forest. Use the So Ham mantra to purify your internal space and that of the whole forest. Take flight as a small bird over a shining sea to the Temple of Purification on the Sanctified Island of Peace. Here you will shed the heavy load of layers of emotional baggage and heart attachments, finally removing blindfolds from your eyes to see clearly. Step into a showers of light & colour to cleanse dirt covering the light of your soul, purify your light body and step forward into the Holy Light of Being.
To get the most effect out of this meditation, please take the time to set aside an uninterrupted 30 minutes (not whilst driving or operating machinery).
Jenny Light leads a guided meditation for sleep and the importance of self programming the subconscious mind prior to sleep:
- for the type of dream experience you'd like to have, just like selecting a movie
- how to dispose of busy mind-stuff effectively
- when to waken up.
This recording is not to be undertaken unless you are in a safe place and time for sleep (such as not driving or operating heavy machinery).
This meditation is on discharging physical and energetic toxins as 'static' into the earth. Become negatively charged as you release positive ions (free radicals), equally left and right. Visualise the spine as a staff of light as you perform Alternate Nostril Breathing using a mudra to open and close one nostril at a time. Then using the mantra So Ham in rhthym with the breath as a training in how to rise above distractions and minor irritations as you learn to school the breath. Use the practice to go beyond the physical into the pure effervescent joy of living. Experience yourself as other than the physical vehicle.
This pranayama (breath practice) is on using the breath to refine our inner experience. It's a meditation on the breath, focusing on developing a finer attunement to the exhale. Jenny leads you to visualise smoothing or stroking down the length of a silk ribbon during the exhalation, ironing out any bumps or raggedness in the breath. The breath is the bridge into the inner states of being. This meditation, while working on the physical breath, starts to help you develop awareness of the finer astral fibres and removing karmic knots.