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All of the blog posts are written by Arien Smith with the intention to heal, inform, and expand every reader. Three posts a week: Monday Mindfulness, Wednesday Yoga, Saturday Reflections. 

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Scan Your Body and Energy

Arien Smith

I use this body and energy scanning technique when I sense a strong pain and want to understand it, don't know where to start healing, or even when I just want to do a general spiritual upkeep. It's simple and easy to create a unique type of scan for you, and it takes very little effort--just some awareness. Not to mention, it's great for helping you develop your intuition! 

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Monday Mindfulness: Akashic Cleansing Meditation

Arien Smith

This week, we're trying something different--there's a guided meditation on video for you! This powerful meditation will introduce you directly to the heart of the Universe, through the Akashic Records. Here, your energy will be cleansed, your emotions liberated, any negativity banished from your being. It is a meditation founded in compassion, love, and light. Enjoy!

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Monday Mindfulness: Send Loving Energy to Those Who Have Passed

Arien Smith

Grieving is an intensely painful process—when we lose someone, be that a loved one (even an animal), we are overcome with the realization that they will never have the same, or perhaps any, role in our lives anymore. We are also hit hard with our own morality, or the fragility of all relationships. This meditation is meant to help relieve both the pain of grief and the fear around your own sense of impending loss. As a compassion-based meditation, it will be founded in love for yourself and for the other, making it a truly healing practice. 

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Monday Mindfulness: Accept Your Body

Arien Smith

Society puts an unfortunate amount of limitations and expectations on our bodies with such extremely limited "standards of beauty." This blog is all about understanding that our bodies are innately perfect, no matter our gender identity, sex, race, ability, and any and all other differences that our bodies are marvelously endowed with. Your body, just as you are in this moment right now, is accepted and loved by the Universe. Learning to manifest this self-compassion towards your own body will be the first step in transforming your connection to your own humanity and to all others on this planet. This meditation will help us to heal these toxic ideals imposed on us from the collective ego of our societies. 

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Monday Mindfulness: Clear Your Mind

Arien Smith

As we slowly release our dependency on our thoughts, we will more closely acquaint ourselves with the present moment and our overall quality of life will increase. There are many articles and studies on how people who think less and live more in the moment are happier, have more energy, and retain memories better! 

So how does one seek the present moment and find stillness through meditation? It's surprisingly simple.

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Monday Mindfulness: Bring Peace to Your Inner Child

Arien Smith

Inner child meditations are one of the most emotive practices, because they bring us into contact with the parts of us that hurt from our childhood. I’ve encountered about four different types of inner child meditations, some including Reiki, some guided meditations, and some automatic writing exercises. This blog combines what I found to be the most powerful parts of each practice into one streamlined article.

This meditation allows you to travel back and reaffirm your childhood emotions, acting as a guide and caregiver to your inner child. You will, essentially, parent your younger self in the ways your parents didn’t, or in the times you were in need of extra support as a child. We all carry toxic ancestral patterns with us, passed on from our parents, who had patterns imposed on them by their parents. The root of mindfulness is releasing these patterns and spiritually working through the painful cracks in our childhood is a potent way of doing this. 

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