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Guided Meditation by Luke – Increased Perspective and Inner Awareness

Guided Meditation by Luke – Increased Perspective and Inner Awareness

Guided Meditation with Luke Richardson

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This is guided meditation journey that is inspired by the tradition of Yoga Nidra style. This is a lying down meditation that guides you through your body consciousness.

The theme is Perspective. We each have a favored style of inner perspective and these are generally in one of 3 ways. Feeling, seeing or knowing. When we solve problems or conceive ideas we lean towards one of these, seeing the solution, feeling it or knowing it.

This journey gives you a chance to experience all three ways of perception within your body awareness. As such this can help you perceive a challenge or problem in another way.

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