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Embodied Light - A Free Guided Meditation

January 20, 2017

Halfmoon - Embodied Light - A Free Guided Meditation

What is life like when we act from a place of no fear? When we cast aside the negative chatter using the power of our own inner light? Turn to this guided meditation whenever you need more clarity, confidence and radiance in your life. By tuning into our light we can begin to both uncover the shadow parts of ourself- the places that store residual emotions that may hold us back. By allowing these emotions to emerge with compassion, we can open up to the whole truth of our brilliance and create a powerful offering in the world. - Insiya Rasiwala-Finn

 

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Insiya Rasiwala-Finn
Writer, global yoga teacher, mama and Ayurvedic educator, Insiya is a wellspring of wisdom on living with more presence, grace, simplicity and bliss. To share in the honest and quirky insights of her journey on this worldly yet spiritual yoga life find Insiya online at www.yogue.ca, Facebook and Instagram.



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