LiveCreative Meditation ExperienceThe 7-Day #
Awaken Your Creativity Within
by Jason Holland, the #LiveCreativePro
This 7-Day #LiveCreative Meditation Experience: Awaken Your Creativity Within by Jason Holland are a guided meditations designed as a primer for the creative process and a seven chakra energy clearing series. During this experience, you will: ignite the fuel of our creative fire, find your voice, commit to the work necessary to succeed, and continue a successful journey through the creative process.
What Will You Experience During this Guided Meditation?
During this online guided meditation experience, you’ll focus your intention on your seven chakras (or, the seven energy centers) of your body.
Day #1: I Am Home ⬆︎ Sample
The first day focuses on your root, or base chakra, to help you get grounded and begin tapping into your creative energy by overcome limiting beliefs about yourself.
Day #2: I Am Life
You’ll focus on your sacral chakra and learn that in the school of life mistakes are only lessons learned; opportunities in the present for sustainable growth.
Day #3: I Am Will
You’ll focus on your solar plexus chakra to ignite the fuel of your inner creative fire with the intention to get the work done to complete the creative process.
Day #4: I Am Love
You’ll focus on the gratitude in your heart by reflecting on the lessons learned from others and begin to understand they are just mirrored reflections of you.
Day #5: I Am Sound
With a gladdened heart, you’ll focus on your throat chakra and begin to finding your voice for speaking your truth with purposeful intent.
Day #6: I Am Light
You’ll focus on your third eye chakra. It’s time to dial into your joy of the present moment to stay tuned into your flow for the creative process.
Day #7: I Am Bliss
You’ll focus on your crown chakra and connect with your higher purpose to awaken your true creative expression with balance and mindful awareness.
Ready to Awaken Your Creativity Within?
What Will You Learn During this Guided Meditation?
During this meditation series, together we will focus on releasing any false fears and limiting beliefs you may have developed about yourself that hold you back from cultivating your authentic creative expression. You’ll also learn about your 7 Chakras (the energy healing centers of your body) and The 9 Rules for being Human as sources of inspiration.
The 7 Chakra Energy Centers of the Body
In Sanskrit, the term ‘chakras’ refers to the series of energy centers in the human body and means circle or disk. Blocked energy in our seven chakras can lead to illness. By understanding the meaning of each chakra, we can learn to work with the energy to release any blockages preventing us from reaching our full creative potential. Each of the seven meditations in this experience will give you an in-depth understanding of each chakra.
The 9 Rules for Being Human
Inspired by an ancient Sanskrit text called “The 9 Rules for Being Human,” this meditation experience is a primer for the creative process. Often considered the ancient language of Hinduism, Sanskrit was the means to communicate and dialogue with the Hindu Celestial Gods. According to Ancient.eu, the name or better said the term ‘Sanskrit’ comes from two the conjoining of the prefix ‘sam’ meaning ‘samyak‘ which indicates ‘entirely,’ and ‘krit’ meaning ‘done.’(1)
What is Meditation?
Meditation is a technique for resting the mind with the intention of transforming the way we think. Meditation is not part of any religion; it is a practice anyone can use to encourage and develop concentration, clarity, emotional positivity, and create calm. With regular work and patience, you can begin to understand the patterns and habits of your mind, and then, with daily practice, start to cultivate new, more positive ways of being. (3)
Having a focused state of mind and peaceful, positive intention, you can leverage the practice of meditation in your life to transform your understanding of yourself and create a new meaning of the experiences in your life. Meditation is a word that has become loosely used in the modern world. Derived from the Sanskrit word ‘dhyana,’ refers “to the contemplative process that prepares the ground of ecstatic state (samadhi).” In general, ‘dhyana‘ is designated for both the meditative state of consciousness and yogic techniques of regular meditation practice. (4)
The effects of meditation are cumulative and daily practice will have rejuvenating and beneficial effects. Be gentle and patient with yourself in the beginning. Many schools of meditation recommend 30 minutes of meditation, twice a day. It’s better to start with just a few minutes of meditation each day than nothing at all. Give yourself time, with consistency you’ll get there. (7)
Where to Meditate
Anywhere you can close your eyes and feel safe without distractions. Since this is an guided meditation, just find a place where you can plug in and follow along.
When to Meditate
Any time you look forward to meditating. Morning and evening aligns with our body’s natural quiet rhythms. Studies have shown morning meditations last longer.
Being comfortable during meditations is very important. While the preferred method is for sitting up straight to cultivate alertness, you can also lie down.
If you find yourself distracted by your thoughts, know that thinking is inevitable and normal. Just be aware of them and focus your awareness on the mantra.
Our breathing is a natural rhythm of our body. When we focus on our breath, we are present in the moment. Allow your breath to flow in and out, with effortless ease.
The guided meditations during this experience are intended to be an introduction to the practice and are approximately 17 to 20 minutes in length.