• Meditation

    Are You Too Busy to Meditate?

    ‘You should sit in meditation for twenty minutes every day – unless you’re too busy; then you should sit for an hour.’ ~Old Zen Saying

    Are you too busy to meditate? Are you stressed out? Not getting enough sleep? Anxious? Are you in one unfulfilling relationship after another? Are you in an unhealthy pattern with someone or something? Are you feeling sad, lonely, unworthy, and depressed? Are you easily distracted? Are you often forgetful? Do you struggle with addictions? Do you find yourself self-medicating through sex, alcohol, drugs or other activities? Are you easily triggered by other people and circumstances? Are you struggling with chronic pain? Do you feel hopeless or stuck?

    If you answered yes to any of these questions, then there’s NO TIME to waste being too busy to meditate; meditation will be your new best friend.

    Meditation is something everyone can do and scientific studies prove that it will improve your mental, emotional and physical health.

    Meditation is easy; you can start today – right now even. You can do it anywhere – in the bed, parked in a car, on a plane, or at your desk.

    Not sure where to start? Join us to spend a perfectly serene weekend connecting to stillness and silence, meditating on the beach. See and feel the world with an ever-expanding openness, deeper empathy, clarity, and a heightened connection to source (event link in my bio or check out my events at www.momosaan.com/events).

    Please feel free to message me directly or send me an email with your questions at info@momosaan.com!

  • Meditation

    You are the Universe

    “Decide what you want. Believe you can have it. Believe you deserve it and believe it’s possible for you. And then close your eyes and every day for several minutes, visualize having what you already want, feeling the feelings of already having it. Come out of that and focus on what you’re grateful for already, and really enjoy it. Then go into your day and release it to the Universe and trust that the Universe will figure out how to manifest it.“ ~Jack Canfield

    Sit comfortably and through your nose take a long, slow deep breath in, and gently let it go. Take in a few long deep breaths, let your body settle into wherever you are.

    Now, silently ask yourself a few sacred questions:

    ‘Who am I?’ ~Sometimes answers will flow, sometimes there will be no answers. Just keep asking the question.

    Next ask, ‘What am I grateful for?’ ~Allow whatever comes into your awareness.

    Now ask, ‘Who am I grateful for?’ Feel the power of your gratitude as it ripples through you.

    Now ask yourself ‘What is my deepest desire? What holds my stars apart and my universe together?’

    Now invite one intention into your heart. What do you want to see unfold for you?

    Visualize your desire and plant it deep within your tender heart like a seed in fertile soil.

    Take a long slow deep breath in and anchor your intention. As you exhale, release your attachment to the outcome. Just let it go. Leave it up to the Universe to answer, and spirit to sort out all of the details.

    Continue to breathe in and breathe out through your nose. Feel yourself allowing the release of all constricting thoughts, situations, and people that no longer serve you.

    You are pure unbounded potentiality. You are one with everything in creation. You are made up of the same stardust that warms the Earth by day and lights up our night skies.

    Aham Brahmasmi – A Sanskrit saying essentially meaning “I Am the Universe.’

  • Breathing Techniques

    Overcoming Rumination: Take a 16 Second Time-In

    “The moment you realize you’re ruminating, say your phrase, close your eyes and watch your breath as you take a long, slow, deep breath in. Watch it go down into your belly. And when it gets there, hold the breath into the count of four and continue to watch it as it sits inside. Then, release it and observe the exhale as it moves up your chest, into your throat and back out through your nostrils. And then hold the breath out and witness it as it dissipates into the air. That’s into the count of 4; hold to the count of 4; release it to the count of 4, and hold it out to the count of 4. All the while watching it, witnessing it, observing it. Then open your eyes, breathe normally and move on.” ~davidji