A while ago I was invited by MoMA, the Museum of Modern Art, to record a guided meditation for one of Georgia O’Keeffe’s extraordinary paintings, Abstraction Blue. What an incredible honor!

As I sat with the image, I was struck by its exquisite symmetry and the sense of balance it evoked.

It inspired me to create a meditation to help you establish that delicate (and sometimes elusive) equilibrium between your inner yin and inner yang … between the feminine and masculine aspects that exist within all of us, regardless of gender.

Learning to balance the two, rather than experiencing them as separate and in constant conflict, is necessary for our overall well-being.

I recorded this 8-minute-long meditation to help you discover the interplay of these energies within you – so you can recognize their existence and bring them into a more harmonious relationship.

If you find yourself stressing between finding time to get everything done that needs to be done, and taking a well-deserved break…

Or feel your mind and heart are pulling you in opposite directions …

If you feel exhausted from giving more than you are receiving …

Or have a hard time deciding when to take action, and when to wait …

If you find yourself feeling one way but acting another …

You can use this meditation to discover an internal peace-keeping force in the Center of your Being that can resolve your inner conflicts.

You can listen to it here (scroll all the way down and push the play button on the bottom right)

I hope this guided meditation serves you well on your quest for balance.


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