All of us need to connect with the deepest parts of ourselves on a regular basis. It’s here, in our own depths, where we discover our most authentic selves. It’s where the best parts of us live, and we all have the capacity to discover and develop from that still deep center.
A Free Guided Meditation
In this free guided meditation with meditation teacher Amy Edelstein, you will explore a source of peace and joy that resides deep inside of you. As Amy guides you on a journey into the depths of your own awareness, you will find your mind and soul expanding.
Enjoy this relaxing meditation. Open your heart to a new source of joy that resides within each of us. Let go of your cares and concerns and abandon yourself to Amy’s meditative guidance.
Here is what you can expect from this free guided meditation:
- Increased relaxation
- Stress Relief
- Feelings of expansiveness
- The discovery of a part of you that is always joyful
- A new connection to yourself
- The soul-level empowerment that is a natural result of meditation
- A stronger body-mind connection
- An experience of time slowing down
If you have questions about meditation, you can refer to our Frequently Asked Questions guide for new meditators. Or, you can read our Meditation Tips: 10 Simple Steps to Buddha Mind. If you are a more experienced meditator, read our empowering article on The 5 Hidden Signs of Your Success.
About Amy Edelstein
A Cornell University College Scholar, Amy has thirty years experience of transformational work, including a background in both Western and Eastern spiritual traditions, as well as in evolutionary spirituality, a philosophy that connects individual development with a deep sense of responsibility for our collective future.
Amy studied with some of the great Vedanta and Buddhist teachers and masters of our time in Asia in the early 1980s and began work Andrew Cohen and his path of evolutionary enlightenment in 1986. She has spent more than two decades focused on spiritual practice, collective transformation, and the evolution of consciousness and has clocked many hours on the meditation cushion in long retreats. She is the author of Love, Marriage & Evolution, an innovative book about how to make relationships work. Amy now lives in historic Philadelphia where she enjoys taking long walks, reflecting on cultural development on the same streets where early American thinkers envisioned ways to foster greater freedom and happiness for all.
For more on Amy’s work and transformational programs, visit her website.