Hi, I am starting my day off with ten minutes of a visualization meditation. Here is what I will be visualizing:
3 minutes devoted to my strength, power and effectiveness as an intenSati teacher today as I sub for Erika and then teach a portion of my series to the Warrior Challengers. I have all the energy I need. The students have an amazing, positive, uplifting experience.
That was cool. I noticed the visualization changed when in my mind I turned around and faced the students. I saw them all lighting up, smiling, working their asses off, celebrating. It definitely felt great and was more effective than focusing on what my teaching looked like. I used a 3 minute Sati song so that worked to really get the feeling of being in the class.
3 minutes devoted to my ability to let go of obsessive thinking about myself that is negative. I've been worrying a lot lately so I want to visualize letting the thoughts just drift up into the sky and dissipate.
Okay, that was great! I used Ice Dance from Edward Scissorhands. The thoughts that came to mind were actually labels: Fat, Ugly, Broke/Broken, Alone. Can you believe that?! Ahhh. That's what bubbled to the surface, so I let them each go up to the sky and into the clouds. Then, towards the end I let the clouds part and the sun shone through. This one actually brought tears to my eyes -- tears of relief to let those mean thoughts float away.
3 minutes devoted to my financial health and abundance. I see myself debt free and enjoying freedom.
That one was fun! Don't laugh at this expression of creativity but I did pick a cardio remix of Eddie MONEY's "Take Me Home Tonight" for this one. I saw myself cashing checks I earned for writing, acting, singing and teaching intenSati. Then, I saw myself in this money chamber with tons of $100 dollar bills floating around like on the game show that I can't remember. After that, I visualized my bank account growing to 6 figures and making an internal transfer to pay off my checking plus line and then my AMEX bill. I was grinning like a Cheshire cat. Hey, whatever works -- this is my visualization. :)
1 minute devoted to the mantra "The truth sets me free."
I did two minutes. I guess the truth is worth more than a minute. I actually went up into my head with this one, wondering how to define truth. My energy went a little bit down with this and I'm not sure why.
Off to get ready for class now...