Mindfulness Meditation | Retrieval Meditation
Thoughts pass through our mind all the time and most of the thoughts are not ours. When we get caught in the thoughts, we sometimes leave our energy with the thought or the person or situation involved in the thought. This meditation is a way to collect all parts of ourselves. It gets us centered and more able to relax.
Retrieval Meditation Transcript
I welcome you to this retrieval meditation in which you reclaim your Self. Take slow breaths, breathing in and out through your nose, allowing your abdomen to expand and contract. As you breathe, pay attention to the air that enters your nostrils and exits your nostrils. Pay attention to your abdomen as it expands and contracts. Follow my voice as I lead you into the meditation. Inhale for three counts, pause for three counts, exhale for three accounts, and pause for three counts. Breathe as I count.
Continue to breathe easily and gently allow my words to become your words
Dear Spirit, Infinite Becoming, All That Is, please locate all parts of me that I have left behind, given away, or were taken from me. Return all those parts to me. I ask that you do this for this lifetime and all lifetimes in all directions of time and space.
Dear Spirit, Infinite Becoming, All That Is, if anyone is sending me energy, please return it to them without judgment. I ask that you do this for this lifetime and all lifetimes in all directions of time and space.
I am sovereign. I am whole. I am.
Now I relax, breathe, and allow Spirit, Infinite Becoming, All That Is to do these two tasks for me. While I wait, I return to my peaceful breath.
I am aware of the air that goes in and out of my nostrils. I am aware of my abdomen that expands and contracts with every breath. I allow the music to wash over me and I trust that I am taken care of.
Music by Allyna Harris