New Age spirituality is everywhere now. Self-love is exploding and I guess you can say being soulful is certainly #trending. Psychic mediums no longer have little shops but have hit TV shows, there are certainly more life coaches than therapists and the New Age section in your local bookstore no longer collects dust. There’s an amazing open-ness to being connected to your soul and it seems like everyone is joining the party! If you’re part of this amazing movement there’s one very important thing to do — always remain YOU in the WOO-WOO. The importance of remaining YOU in the...
1) Grounding: Inhale, exhale… Grab your mat, blankets, bolster and blocks. Find a comfortable seated position with a straight spine rooting yourself into the mat. Gently close your eyes or soften your gaze allowing yourself to dive inwards. 2) Choose Your Mantra: Take a moment to choose your mantra to guide you through your meditative practice. […] The post How to use your Mala in a Yoga Practice appeared first on Tiny Devotions.
In ancient times, mantras were handed down by teachers or gurus. Nowadays many people can easily feel overwhelmed by trying to discover their personal mantra. We’re here to let you know that you have the ability to discover and create your own! You just have to know what you’re looking for. The term “mantra” comes […] The post Discovering Your Mantra appeared first on Tiny Devotions.
Seed of Life The Seed of Life’s sacred geometry is composed of seven overlapping circles. The number seven channels the powers of the universe and vibrates with the energies of spiritual awakening. Representing cycles and infinite possibilities, it holds a fertile energy which initiates new beginnings. The Seed of Life ring holds the energy of creation, […] The post Bija Manifestation Meditation: The Seed of Life appeared first on Tiny Devotions.
Strengthen your meditation practice by incorporating a Mantra to recite 108 times with your Tiny Devotions Mala. The post Mantra Meditation with Mala Beads appeared first on Tiny Devotions.
Japa meditation is the repetition of a Mantra. We use it as a practice to focus the thoughts and quiet the mind. The next time you’re thinking of meditating, try incorporating Japa into your practice using the following steps: 1. Choose the right mantra for you & your Mala. Be clear on what your intentions are. Use your intuition over your intellect. Don’t […] The post Using your Japa Mala for Meditation appeared first on Tiny Devotions.