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What's your meditation style?

Want to begin or bolster your meditation practice? 🧘‍♀️ Discover the meditation style that makes it easy for your unique personality to carve out a routine. It's time to clear your mind, and receive the incredible benefits of meditation.

Quiz Questions

  • 1.
    It's the end of a long day and you're ready to unwind. How would you most like to relax?
    • A.
      Putting on some swoon-worthy music and dancing it out.
      (Correlates to: Your Style is… Mantra Meditation)
    • B.
      Listening to a podcast or getting into some Netflix-n-chill.
      (Correlates to: Your Style Is… Guided Meditation)
    • C.
      Having a heart-to-heart with a bestie. Connecting with friends always centers me.
      (Correlates to: Your Style is... Metta Meditation)
    • D.
      Going for a walk, breathing in fresh air, and listening to the sounds outside.
      (Correlates to: Your Style is... Mindfulness Meditation)
  • 2.
    How would you like to feel after meditating?
    • A.
      Calm and grounded.
      (Correlates to: Your Style is... Mindfulness Meditation)
    • B.
      Full of love.
      (Correlates to: Your Style is... Metta Meditation)
    • C.
      Blissed out.
      (Correlates to: Your Style is… Mantra Meditation)
    • D.
      Re-energized and clear.
      (Correlates to: Your Style Is… Guided Meditation)
  • 3.
    If you had 26 hours in the day and everyone else had 24, what would you use those 2 extra hours for?
    • A.
      I'd be writing my novel, recording my podcast, or crushing my business goals.
      (Correlates to: Your Style Is… Guided Meditation)
    • B.
      I'd find time to be helpful to my community. I'd volunteer in a cause dear to my heart.
      (Correlates to: Your Style is... Metta Meditation)
    • C.
      I'd use the time super-productively. Whether that's getting things done or totally recharging my energy so I can better take on the day.
      (Correlates to: Your Style is... Mindfulness Meditation)
    • D.
      I'd be chilling out with friends, being creative, and going on adventures.
      (Correlates to: Your Style is… Mantra Meditation)
  • 4.
    What soulful song lyrics most speak to you?
    • A.
      "Power of Kindness" by Mamuse "Give a little, give a little, give a lot, don't stop./ A helping hand makes the world go 'round, there's more than enough./ Ooh, I believe in the power of kindness.../ Ooh, I believe in the power of love"
      (Correlates to: Your Style is... Metta Meditation)
    • B.
      "Take me in" by Snatam Kaur "In the grace of thy heart/ In the flow of this crazy, crazy life/ I meditate on thy name/ Burning inside/ Like a warm, warm flame"
      (Correlates to: Your Style is… Mantra Meditation)
    • C.
      "This is the day when I throw it all away/ Into the fire of the all loving one/ Now I have just what I need/ To be free to feel who I really am"
      (Correlates to: Your Style Is… Guided Meditation)
    • D.
      "All of This" by Ayla Nereo "I am but a part of this/ All I am is all I give/ Everything that comes to me/ Comes as sure as I will breathe"
      (Correlates to: Your Style is... Mindfulness Meditation)
  • 5.
    *Poof!* Your fairy godmother is here and she's going to grant you one wish for your meditation practice! What would light you up the most?
    • A.
      I know exactly what I'm doing when I sit down to meditate. I've got my routine down and now I can go deep.
      (Correlates to: Your Style is... Mindfulness Meditation)
    • B.
      I've fallen in love with meditation. I don't get bored anymore and I actually look forward to this daily time of reflection.
      (Correlates to: Your Style Is… Guided Meditation)
    • C.
      I've been able to tap into a spiritual energy. It's like the universe is speaking directly to me.
      (Correlates to: Your Style is… Mantra Meditation)
    • D.
      I've been able to still all my thoughts and finally drop into a sense of calm. The best part is, I carry that calm with me throughout the day.
      (Correlates to: Your Style is... Metta Meditation)
  • 6.
    What's your experience with meditation?
    • A.
      I've actually never meditated… At least not in a formal way.
      (Correlates to: )
    • B.
      I'm pretty new to meditating. I've been learning as much as I can about different meditation styles. I'm curious about what will actually work for me.
      (Correlates to: )
    • C.
      I've dabbled in meditation for a while now… I'm looking to go deeper and get more tools.
      (Correlates to: )
    • D.
      I've been meditating for several years. I'm always looking for new ways to approach my practice.
      (Correlates to: )
  • 7.
    What would you like meditation to help you with the most?
    • A.
      Calming my nervous system and releasing stress.
      (Correlates to: )
    • B.
      Strengthening my confidence and self-esteem.
      (Correlates to: )
    • C.
      Getting creative ideas and inspiration.
      (Correlates to: )
    • D.
      Helping my body to find a deeper sense of balance.
      (Correlates to: )
  • 8.
    Which of these quotes about meditation most resonates with you?
    • A.
      “The thing about meditation is you become more and more you.” — David Lynch
      (Correlates to: Your Style Is… Guided Meditation)
    • B.
      “I meditate so that my mind cannot complicate my life” — Sri Chinmoy
      (Correlates to: Your Style is... Mindfulness Meditation)
    • C.
      “You have a treasure within you that is infinitely greater than anything the world can offer” — Eckhart Tolle
      (Correlates to: Your Style is… Mantra Meditation)
    • D.
      “Meditate. Let the light of the heart engulf you.” — Chidvilasananda
      (Correlates to: Your Style is... Metta Meditation)
  • 9.
    Congrats, you just won a free ticket to a wellness retreat! Which retreat do you choose?
    • A.
      A natural farming retreat in Shikoku, Japan.
      (Correlates to: Your Style is... Mindfulness Meditation)
    • B.
      An ecstatic dance retreat in Tulum, Mexico.
      (Correlates to: Your Style is… Mantra Meditation)
    • C.
      A heart-centered yoga retreat on the Cliffs of Moher, Ireland.
      (Correlates to: Your Style is... Metta Meditation)
    • D.
      A luxurious spa retreat in Palm Springs, California.
      (Correlates to: Your Style Is… Guided Meditation)

Quiz Outcomes

  • 1.
    Your Style Is… Guided Meditation
    You have a keen visual sense and a powerful mind. Guided meditations help to settle your thoughts and take you on a story-fueled journey of expansion. A guided meditation can be done in person or recorded as an audio or video meditation. It features the voice of a narrator or instructor to lead you through the experience. This style of meditation often includes visualization and music. When you listen to a guided meditation, you can let go of the need to control. You can relax and let yourself be guided. This style helps to still the monkey mind. You can let go of thinking about what you need to do next or what you didn't do before you sat down to meditate. This will help your active mind stay totally present. It'll also keep you from getting bored. Another reason you'd love guided meditation? You have a strong individuality and you process the world around you through story. Guided meditations put you in the center of the story. So seek out guided meditations that take you on a journey. Click this link for a library of guided meditations. Other meditation styles that would work well for you (click the links to find out more):• Walking Meditation• Transcendental Meditation• Mantra Meditation“Touch your inner space, which is nothingness, as silent and empty as the sky; it is your inner sky. Once you settle down in your inner sky, you have come home, and a great maturity arises in your actions, in your behavior. Then whatever you do has grace in it. Then whatever you do is a poetry in itself. You live poetry; your walking becomes dancing, your silence becomes music.” — Osho✨ Ready. Set. Bliss. ✨Here Are 3 Powerful Ways to Establish Your Meditation Practice1. Pick your placeCreate a space in your home that's devoted to meditation. This doesn't have to be a huge space. Whether it's a corner of your living room or a rock in your garden… Pick a spot that's your meditation spot.Returning to your meditation spot again and again can help you to go deeper into meditation. It's also a signal that you've carved out a space in your life for meditation. It's said that meditating consistently in one space also builds up a spiritual energy in the area. Whether or not you can feel this shift in energy, claiming a space for your meditation can help you stay consistent, and gives your mind and body less external information to focus on what you sit down to meditate.2. Stretch it outThere's a reason the physical practice of yoga comes before meditation in ancient traditions (many reasons, in fact).Stretching or practicing yoga before you meditate makes it easier for you to maintain the stillness and long spine of a meditation posture. In addition to making a seated practice easier on the body… Yoga postures also prime the mind, body, and energy for meditation. You may have noticed that after practicing yoga you're literally in a different mental state. You're more grounded and naturally calm. If you can enter into this relaxed state before you begin meditating, you're likely going to go deeper into your meditation practice. 3. Find your comfortable seatJust as there are many styles of meditation, there are tons of ways to sit in meditation. By the way there are also meditation styles that aren't seated at all! Yep, you can try walking meditations, tree meditations, and even meditating while you go about other daily activities. While some meditation styles are more traditional in terms of seated posture, make it easy on yourself to keep showing up to your seat. Discover what works for you and your body. If a traditional lotus-seated posture is uncomfortable or makes your legs fall asleep, you may consider a meditation bench or sitting upright in a chair. ⭐ Bonus tip: If it's super loud where you live, consider getting noise cancelling headphones for meditation⭐Meditate With MeNamaste! I'm Denise Jasper, meditation teacher, yogi, and vegan chef.I've been practicing meditation for the last 15 years. I've trained in Ananda Meditation, Transcendental Meditation, and Metta Meditation. I believe that through meditation we discover ourselves. Underneath the noise of the mind… there is a well of peace and stillness. It's my mission to help others discover that place of serenity within. Here Are Some Supportive Resources To Dive Deeper Into Your Meditation Practice 🐬1. If you'd like to cultivate calmness, listen to my interview on Ananda Radio. I discuss how to carve out a spiritual practice no matter how busy you are (or how busy your mind is). I share my tried and true methods for finding more peace in your life… simply.Want to learn how to meditate? Head on over to my Youtube channel: Meditate with Denise. The intention behind Meditate with Denise is to provide different styles of meditation so that you can discover what best works for you. The channel has helped 1000s of people start and maintain their meditation practice. We're a global movement of kind-hearted, peace-loving souls. 3. Interested in one-on-one meditation guidance? Book a free consultation with me. I'll create a custom meditation plan for you to commit to this life-enhancing habit. Whether you've never meditated before or you've been developing your practice for years… this session will help you enhance your practice. 🌸 Intention Setting 🌸Now that we're connected, head on over to your inbox a free guided meditation by yours truly and a link to come back to these results whenever you want. You'll also receive a very special surprise from yours truly. Over the next several days, I'll be sharing meditation videos and techniques based on your meditation style, so that you can really ground your meditation practice into reality. If you're feeling called, I invite you to set an intention now for this new meditation practice. Is there a word that describes this intention? Or a feeling you'd like to have? Plant the seeds of that intention, friend. I am here to celebrate and support you. It's my intention that you discover a meditation practice that truly serves you. A practice that helps you to find calmness, bliss, and peace. In Joy,-Denise
  • 2.
    Your Style is… Mantra Meditation
    You're creative, energetic, and full of bright ideas. Because you're a passionate, creative person Mantra Meditation will help you tap into your sense of divine devotion, and let all the other thoughts slip away.A mantra (meaning "mind vehicle") is a word, phrase, or syllable that's repeated silently in meditation. With a straight spine and your gaze fixed at the point between your eyebrows, repeat the mantra over and over again. Click here to learn more about which mantra to use. You've got a knack for words and communication is one of your superpowers. When you turn this power inward with mantra, you can enter into deep states of poise and relaxation. This style helps to still the monkey mind. Even if other thoughts arise during the mantra meditation, coming back to the mantra helps to still the waters.Mantras hold powerful spiritual energy, and if you can be devotional in your approach to the mantra, repeating with love in your heart… you might be amazed by the depth and beauty of the experience. For a deeper exploration of mantra meditation, check out this meditation video. Other meditation styles that would work well for you (click the links to find out more):• Transcendental Meditation• Spiritual Meditation• Walking Meditation"If the mind falls asleep, awaken it. Then if it starts wandering, make it quiet. If you reach the state where there is neither sleep nor movement of mind, stay still in that, the natural (real) state." — Ramana Maharshi✨ Ready. Set. Bliss. ✨Here Are 3 Powerful Ways to Establish Your Meditation Practice1. Pick your placeCreate a space in your home that's devoted to meditation. This doesn't have to be a huge space. Whether it's a corner of your living room or a rock in your garden… Pick a spot that's your meditation spot.Returning to your meditation spot again and again can help you to go deeper into meditation. It's also a signal that you've carved out a space in your life for meditation. It's said that meditating consistently in one space also builds up a spiritual energy in the area. Whether or not you can feel this shift in energy, claiming a space for your meditation can help you stay consistent, and gives your mind and body less external information to focus on what you sit down to meditate.2. Stretch it outThere's a reason the physical practice of yoga comes before meditation in ancient traditions (many reasons, in fact).Stretching or practicing yoga before you meditate makes it easier for you to maintain the stillness and long spine of a meditation posture. In addition to making a seated practice easier on the body… Yoga postures also prime the mind, body, and energy for meditation. You may have noticed that after practicing yoga you're literally in a different mental state. You're more grounded and naturally calm. If you can enter into this relaxed state before you begin meditating, you're likely going to go deeper into your meditation practice. 3. Find your comfortable seatJust as there are many styles of meditation, there are tons of ways to sit in meditation. By the way there are also meditation styles that aren't seated at all! Yep, you can try walking meditations, tree meditations, and even meditating while you go about other daily activities. While some meditation styles are more traditional in terms of seated posture, make it easy on yourself to keep showing up to your seat. Discover what works for you and your body. If a traditional lotus-seated posture is uncomfortable or makes your legs fall asleep, you may consider a meditation bench or sitting upright in a chair. ⭐ Bonus tip: If it's super loud where you live, consider getting noise cancelling headphones for meditation⭐Meditate With MeNamaste! I'm Denise Jasper, meditation teacher, yogi, and vegan chef.I've been practicing meditation for the last 15 years. I've trained in Ananda Meditation, Transcendental Meditation, and Metta Meditation. I believe that through meditation we discover ourselves. Underneath the noise of the mind… there is a well of peace and stillness. It's my mission to help others discover that place of serenity within. Here Are Some Supportive Resources To Dive Deeper Into Your Meditation Practice 🐬1. If you'd like to cultivate calmness, listen to my interview on Ananda Radio. I discuss how to carve out a spiritual practice no matter how busy you are (or how busy your mind is). I share my tried and true methods for finding more peace in your life… simply.Want to learn how to meditate? Head on over to my Youtube channel: Meditate with Denise. The intention behind Meditate with Denise is to provide different styles of meditation so that you can discover what best works for you. The channel has helped 1000s of people start and maintain their meditation practice. We're a global movement of kind-hearted, peace-loving souls. 3. Interested in one-on-one meditation guidance? Book a free consultation with me. I'll create a custom meditation plan for you to commit to this life-enhancing habit. Whether you've never meditated before or you've been developing your practice for years… this session will help you enhance your practice. 🌸 Intention Setting 🌸Now that we're connected, head on over to your inbox a free guided meditation by yours truly and a link to come back to these results whenever you want. You'll also receive a very special surprise from yours truly. Over the next several days, I'll be sharing meditation videos and techniques based on your meditation style, so that you can really ground your meditation practice into reality. If you're feeling called, I invite you to set an intention now for this new meditation practice. Is there a word that describes this intention? Or a feeling you'd like to have? Plant the seeds of that intention, friend. I am here to celebrate and support you. It's my intention that you discover a meditation practice that truly serves you. A practice that helps you to find calmness, bliss, and peace. In Joy,-Denise
  • 3.
    Your Style is... Metta Meditation
    You're positive, community-oriented, and a great friend everyone would love to have in their corner. You naturally exude loving kindness. Which is why Metta Meditation (aka "loving kindness" meditation) is positively perfect for you. Metta is a cornerstone of Buddhism. The intention behind meta is to create a "boundless warm-hearted feeling." Metta meditation involves extending loving-kindness to yourself and others through a series of statements repeated either silently or out loud. Metta traditionally begins with extending loving kindness to yourself.The repeated phrase looks like this:"May I be safeMay I be healthy May I be happy May I live with ease"When you practice, imagine holding yourself in the grace of the words. After sending metta to yourself, you traditionally send metta to others (friends, family, people who challenge you, and even the entire world). If this is piquing your interest, find out more about the metta practice here.You're a natural born guide, nurturer, and coach. When you practice metta, you can extend as much love to yourself as you do to everyone else. You can relax into the warmth of your own heart. This style also helps you to feel more compassion for yourself. It's a deep practice of self-love. Check out this video of a metta meditation, so you can start practicing today. Other meditation styles that would work well for you (click the links to find out more):• Walking Meditation• Transcendental Meditation• Mantra Meditation"To reteach a thing its loveliness is the nature of metta. Through lovingkindness, everyone & everything can flower again from within."— Sharon Salzberg✨ Ready. Set. Bliss. ✨Here Are 3 Powerful Ways to Establish Your Meditation Practice1. Pick your placeCreate a space in your home that's devoted to meditation. This doesn't have to be a huge space. Whether it's a corner of your living room or a rock in your garden… Pick a spot that's your meditation spot.Returning to your meditation spot again and again can help you to go deeper into meditation. It's also a signal that you've carved out a space in your life for meditation. It's said that meditating consistently in one space also builds up a spiritual energy in the area. Whether or not you can feel this shift in energy, claiming a space for your meditation can help you stay consistent, and gives your mind and body less external information to focus on what you sit down to meditate.2. Stretch it outThere's a reason the physical practice of yoga comes before meditation in ancient traditions (many reasons, in fact).Stretching or practicing yoga before you meditate makes it easier for you to maintain the stillness and long spine of a meditation posture. In addition to making a seated practice easier on the body… Yoga postures also prime the mind, body, and energy for meditation. You may have noticed that after practicing yoga you're literally in a different mental state. You're more grounded and naturally calm. If you can enter into this relaxed state before you begin meditating, you're likely going to go deeper into your meditation practice. 3. Find your comfortable seatJust as there are many styles of meditation, there are tons of ways to sit in meditation. By the way there are also meditation styles that aren't seated at all! Yep, you can try walking meditations, tree meditations, and even meditating while you go about other daily activities. While some meditation styles are more traditional in terms of seated posture, make it easy on yourself to keep showing up to your seat. Discover what works for you and your body. If a traditional lotus-seated posture is uncomfortable or makes your legs fall asleep, you may consider a meditation bench or sitting upright in a chair. ⭐ Bonus tip: If it's super loud where you live, consider getting noise cancelling headphones for meditation⭐Meditate With MeNamaste! I'm Denise Jasper, meditation teacher, yogi, and vegan chef.I've been practicing meditation for the last 15 years. I've trained in Ananda Meditation, Transcendental Meditation, and Metta Meditation. I believe that through meditation we discover ourselves. Underneath the noise of the mind… there is a well of peace and stillness. It's my mission to help others discover that place of serenity within. Here Are Some Supportive Resources To Dive Deeper Into Your Meditation Practice 🐬1. If you'd like to cultivate calmness, listen to my interview on Ananda Radio. I discuss how to carve out a spiritual practice no matter how busy you are (or how busy your mind is). I share my tried and true methods for finding more peace in your life… simply.Want to learn how to meditate? Head on over to my Youtube channel: Meditate with Denise. The intention behind Meditate with Denise is to provide different styles of meditation so that you can discover what best works for you. The channel has helped 1000s of people start and maintain their meditation practice. We're a global movement of kind-hearted, peace-loving souls. 3. Interested in one-on-one meditation guidance? Book a free consultation with me. I'll create a custom meditation plan for you to commit to this life-enhancing habit. Whether you've never meditated before or you've been developing your practice for years… this session will help you enhance your practice. 🌸 Intention Setting 🌸Now that we're connected, head on over to your inbox a free guided meditation by yours truly and a link to come back to these results whenever you want. You'll also receive a very special surprise from yours truly. Over the next several days, I'll be sharing meditation videos and techniques based on your meditation style, so that you can really ground your meditation practice into reality. If you're feeling called, I invite you to set an intention now for this new meditation practice. Is there a word that describes this intention? Or a feeling you'd like to have? Plant the seeds of that intention, friend. I am here to celebrate and support you. It's my intention that you discover a meditation practice that truly serves you. A practice that helps you to find calmness, bliss, and peace. In Joy,-Denise
  • 4.
    Your Style is... Mindfulness Meditation
    You have a keen intelligence and a powerful mind. Mindfulness meditation harnesses your observational powers. It'll help you go beyond the mind and into stillness. Mindfulness meditation comes out of the Buddhist tradition. It is a practice of silence, stillness, and observing your thoughts. Like many meditation styles, this style can take many forms. One of the simplest ways to practice mindfulness meditation is to take a comfortable seat with a long spine. Set a timer, starting with 5 minutes and then working your way up to 10 or 15. Close your eyes and simply notice your breath without trying to change it. Pay attention to the rise and fall of your breath. When a thought arises, simply label that thought "thinking" and return your attention to the breath. Zen meditation is a more formal approach to mindfulness meditation. Because you appreciate structure and attention to detail, Zen meditation is likely to work well for you. Another reason you'd love mindfulness meditation? It's about cultivating a judgement-free zone. Whether your mind is full of thoughts or still as a lake, there is no such thing as "good" or "bad" here. Self-compassion, self-kindness, and self-inquiry are the goals. This will help you release any perfectionistic tendencies you have, my hardworking friend. An added bonus is that you're likely to return to your day with new focus and mental clarity. Click this link for a library of mindfulness meditations. Other meditation styles that would work well for you (click the links to find out more):• Walking Meditation• Transcendental Meditation• Mantra Meditation"Mindfulness is the aware, balanced acceptance of the present experience. It isn’t more complicated than that. It is opening to or receiving the present moment, pleasant or unpleasant, just as it is, without either clinging to it or rejecting it." — Sylvia Boorstein✨ Ready. Set. Bliss. ✨Here Are 3 Powerful Ways to Establish Your Meditation Practice1. Pick your placeCreate a space in your home that's devoted to meditation. This doesn't have to be a huge space. Whether it's a corner of your living room or a rock in your garden… Pick a spot that's your meditation spot.Returning to your meditation spot again and again can help you to go deeper into meditation. It's also a signal that you've carved out a space in your life for meditation. It's said that meditating consistently in one space also builds up a spiritual energy in the area.Whether or not you can feel this shift in energy, claiming a space for your meditation can help you stay consistent, and gives your mind and body less external information to focus on what you sit down to meditate.2. Stretch it outThere's a reason the physical practice of yoga comes before meditation in ancient traditions (many reasons, in fact).Stretching or practicing yoga before you meditate makes it easier for you to maintain the stillness and long spine of a meditation posture. In addition to making a seated practice easier on the body… Yoga postures also prime the mind, body, and energy for meditation. You may have noticed that after practicing yoga you're literally in a different mental state. You're more grounded and naturally calm. If you can enter into this relaxed state before you begin meditating, you're likely going to go deeper into your meditation practice. 3. Find your comfortable seatJust as there are many styles of meditation, there are tons of ways to sit in meditation. By the way there are also meditation styles that aren't seated at all! Yep, you can try walking meditations, tree meditations, and even meditating while you go about other daily activities. While some meditation styles are more traditional in terms of seated posture, make it easy on yourself to keep showing up to your seat. Discover what works for you and your body. If a traditional lotus-seated posture is uncomfortable or makes your legs fall asleep, you may consider a meditation bench or sitting upright in a chair. ⭐ Bonus tip: If it's super loud where you live, consider getting noise cancelling headphones for meditation⭐Meditate With MeNamaste! I'm Denise Jasper, meditation teacher, yogi, and vegan chef.I've been practicing meditation for the last 15 years. I've trained in Ananda Meditation, Transcendental Meditation, and Metta Meditation. I believe that through meditation we discover ourselves. Underneath the noise of the mind… there is a well of peace and stillness. It's my mission to help others discover that place of serenity within. Here Are Some Supportive Resources To Dive Deeper Into Your Meditation Practice 🐬1. If you'd like to cultivate calmness, listen to my interview on Ananda Radio. I discuss how to carve out a spiritual practice no matter how busy you are (or how busy your mind is). I share my tried and true methods for finding more peace in your life… simply.Want to learn how to meditate? Head on over to my Youtube channel: Meditate with Denise. The intention behind Meditate with Denise is to provide different styles of meditation so that you can discover what best works for you. The channel has helped 1000s of people start and maintain their meditation practice. We're a global movement of kind-hearted, peace-loving souls. 3. Interested in one-on-one meditation guidance? Book a free consultation with me. I'll create a custom meditation plan for you to commit to this life-enhancing habit. Whether you've never meditated before or you've been developing your practice for years… this session will help you enhance your practice. 🌸 Intention Setting 🌸Now that we're connected, head on over to your inbox a free guided meditation by yours truly and a link to come back to these results whenever you want. You'll also receive a very special surprise from yours truly. Over the next several days, I'll be sharing meditation videos and techniques based on your meditation style, so that you can really ground your meditation practice into reality. If you're feeling called, I invite you to set an intention now for this new meditation practice. Is there a word that describes this intention? Or a feeling you'd like to have? Plant the seeds of that intention, friend. I am here to celebrate and support you. It's my intention that you discover a meditation practice that truly serves you. A practice that helps you to find calmness, bliss, and peace. In Joy,-Denise