In today's blog I share some thoughts about we can ensure our hearts do not become armored in stressful times. If you're feeling impatient and irritated, or frustrated, it may be a sign that your heart is closing off due to low level trauma. (Many of us these days are experiencing low level trauma due to the pandemic.) This is the perfect time and opportunity to hold presence for yourself! The video includes one of my favorites practices for this.
From My Heart to Yours
Today, I have a gift for you, a guided meditation (MP3) that I call "Resting Into Love." During trauma-filled times, it's a potent practice for letting go into ease and rest, into Love!
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5/2/2020 07:26:04 pm
Synchronicity has blessed me with these two nourishing practices from You just as covid-19-compassion-fatigue turned my heart to cardboard, Jan. Transfusion truly needed ...
5/3/2020 09:46:44 am
Kitty, I am glad you stopped by too! Delighted to know that holy synchronicity was in the ethers and that what I offered her helped a bit. These are not easy times in which to live and I'm getting more and more in touch with just how easy it is to numb out and close down. You are a seasoned practitioner so, likely, it was only a matter of time until you "opened up" to More. Thanks for commenting and sharing your story with me. xoxo
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Dr. Janice Lynne Lundy (PsyD, DMin, MPC)
is The Gerald May Professor of Spiritual Direction & Counseling at the Graduate Theological Foundation. She is an interspiritual director/mentor, educator and counselor who has been pointing people back toward the Sacred for nearly thirty years.