What are you seeking?

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*For this exercise you will need a notebook and a pen.

Find a comfortable seated position. Close your eyes. Take a deep breath in and a deep breath out. Place one hand on your heart and one hand on your belly. Notice how when you breathe in your belly and chest will expand and when you breathe out your belly and chest will soften back down. Continue to breathe deeply here.

Remain here in this seated meditation for 10-30 breaths and then open your eyes and find your journal and pen.

Then write this question:
What are you seeking?

Then answer it with the first answer that comes to mind. It can be anything you want to focus on.

Close your journal and come back to the seated meditation. Take a moment to come back to your breath. Think of this answer in your mind. Hold it in your heart. Wear it as a part of you. Feel it throughout your body.
As you breathe in, breathe in what you are seeking, as you breathe out, breathe out what you are seeking. What you are seeking is seeking you.

Try this for as long as feels comfortable. When you are done take a moment to seal this practice in. Place your hands in front of your heart in a prayer position and bow your head to your heart.

Namaste,
Ashley

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