My range of guided visualization meditations are POWERFUL and packed with the BEST brain training stuff, including:

  • Guided visualisation journey
  • Brain Entrainment Technology
  • Silent Subliminal Track
  • Carefully chosen words for your subconscious to attach to
  • My dulcet hypnotic tones 😉
  • Silent Energy Releasing Track
  • End with an EFT round to energy build up around body beliefs

This will bust through some old beliefs, training your brain to THINK differently. Releasing the past programme and embedding a new one… effortlessly!

Listen to this track for a minimum of 21 days straight to get the full benefit of this work.

Each meditation is geared specifically for each topic. At the end of this 15-minute meditation I’ll also walk you through an energy clearing tapping exercise to help clear negative feelings about your body and get into a different mindset about weight. Let’s forge the path for your new body story!

Not clear on the acupoints?

Interested in trying a sample?
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New to meditation?

You can train your brain to meditate. Here are some of my tips to connect to your real inner wisdom and reveal your true authentic voice:

  • Go at your own pace: Even 2 minutes at a time will make a difference
  • Be aware of your breathing: Consciously focus on your breathing
  • Be aware of your thoughts
  • Tapping: Check out the acupressure tapping points above
  • Use affirmations
  • Don’t beat yourself up for not meditating if you don’t have time

My top tips 5 tips for meditating:

1. Switch off everything else around you before you begin to clear your mind…

  • Your phone – I regularly now have airplane mode days that feel like utter bliss.
  • Your lights – the light distracts the brain.  The oldest part of you has learnt that light is time to get up and do, you cannot truly switch off if the brain is detecting light. Buy yourself a lovely silk eye mask, or pop a scarf over your eyes.
  • Children and pets are safe and away from this precious time for you. Being there for you first so you are able to be there for others.
  • Close the door, find your space. You can make this part of your practice, settling in to some valuable time for you.

2. Prepare your space

  • This can be a simple cushion on the floor in part of your room or an elaborate space filled with incense and silk… whatever you enjoy, whatever makes you feel most at ease, this can be a luxurious practice.

3. Breathing is everything

  • Breath work is the core of all of my teaching.
  • The most transformative, quick and easy way to return quickly and peacefully to a state of balance is to think about the breath. Follow it. Allow it to flow to every part of you.

4. Breathe in, breathe out

  • This important powerful step is delicious –  a few moments to notice your breath.
  • Notice how your breath rises and falls in your stomach and chest area.
  • Notice how much pressure there is when you breathe out and the temperature of your breath.
  • Now, very gently, trace circles on your cheeks with your fingertips – what does it feel like? This is the part where ‘tapping’ comes in really useful – check out how you can learn about it here.

5Find what works for you

  • When I started out I searched for guided meditations that would send me off to different places. Mediation is a form of self hypnosis (as is all thought forms) but such a beautiful practice, that can be fun and trans-formative too!

What is Brain Entrainment technology?

Brainwave Entrainment Music uses an audio technology known as “binaural beats”. These binaural beats are embedded in the music in such a way that they bring about desirable changes in brainwave activity, thereby encouraging various states of relaxation, deep meditation or sleep.

When played with headphones, you may be able to hear the binaural beats as a subtle pulsing sound beneath the music.

Binaural Beats or “binaural tones” are an auditory effect that is created in the brain when two tones of slightly different frequencies are played separately into each ear. This effect was discovered in 1839 by Heinrich Wilhelm Dove and is now commonly used with great effect to create audio technology that enhances relaxation. Binaural beats cause the brain of the listener to adjust its dominant frequency to match the frequency of the binaural beat. This is what is known as the “frequency following response”.

Please note that music containing binaural beats are most effective when experienced through headphones. If played on an open stereo system, the music may sound a little different and will not be as effective.

Find out more about Brain Entrainment here.

Precautions and Disclaimer

Those who should not use brainwave entrainment music:

  • People who wear pacemakers
  • People who have had or are prone to seizures
  • People who are photosensitive
  • People who are epileptic