Guided imagery meditation is slightly different from traditional meditation in that it involves imagining, visualizing and experiencing a journey through scenes that ask you to access your senses such as what you see, how you feel, how something smells, sounds or tastes. It is kind of like daydreaming where you step into a new space and you are almost living it not just thinking it. These guided imagery meditations can take us to another world, help us relax, calm down and experience deeper spiritual connections.Photo by Pixabay from Pexels
This guided imagery meditation I am sharing with you is one I wrote during my teacher training and involves letting go of our thoughts and emotions, coming into a relaxed state of being, in order to experience a new world of tranquillity, beauty and peace. It introduces you to a creature that has in history been on occasion depicted as a monster and perhaps some are fearful of, but this encounter is an opportunity to connect with the unfamiliar and to realize that this creature has valuable qualities and symbolizes resilience, intelligence, creativity, adaptability and groundedness.
Letting go, finding peace, stillness and realizing the bliss we can feel and things we can encounter when we venture off into new experiences.