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Into the Deep

Whale is inviting you now to go even deeper and plumb the depths of your oceanic heart. If we are to live a life of purpose, joy and boundless love, then our hearts must always inform our actions. So, let's go in deep. Let's reclaim that bit of stardust from the universe that seeded in your heart and soul. Take notice of how it has evolved from grit to pearl after years tucked away in your protective shell. That served you then. But, now it's time to liberate your unique light from the shell. To be as you naturally are and who you aspire to be!

Whale Immersion

Let's begin by immersing into the watery world of great whales. These beings navigate effortlessly between air and watery realms with graceful ease. They are weightless and trusting, ancient and wonderous. Watch this encounter below and notice the sights along with the sounds, especially the difference between above and below the surface of water. Which sound is soft and which is hard? Which is contained and which is scattered? Whales invite coherence with depth.

Now You

You are invited into a guided meditation with me. This practice requires complete surrender. It is a practice with no real aim, other than blissful observance.  Have your journal nearby for follow-up reflections and sketching. 

 

For this experience, please climb into bed or snuggle under a blanket on the coach. Get super comfortable.  Listen with headphones and surrender to my voice.

I have no expectations of you, other than you following a sensation of going down, down, down into the dark depths. This is a much ignored landscape, but it is where all life begins.  This guided meditation is a return to the singularity of soul. The presence of the present (if that makes sense). Be prepared in terms of letting go – and that may even involve falling asleep. All is good. Just surrender.

Whale MeditationLori Wallace
00:00 / 21:38

Group Chat

In your journal, sketch what you saw on the oceanic wall. Share in group what you felt or observed in the realms of above and below the surface of water.

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