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An Inspired Meditation: Sharing the Creative Journey

written by Cindy Strom April 6, 2020
An Inspired Meditation: Sharing the Creative Journey

RD&T’s contributing writer, Cindy Strom, shares her journey of creating her mediation video and the revelations she came to throughout the process. 

For the past several months, I’ve been exploring a meditation I created, where I send love and blessings out to all forms of life, starting with the mineral kingdom and moving on to plants, insects, reptiles and amphibians. I also sent love to life in the ocean, to birds, humans, humans in Spirit, Ascended Masters, the Angelic Realms, the solar system, the galaxy, beyond the galaxy, to the Universe, other universes, all forms of life, all forms of energy, the whole of Creation, etc.

I made up this whole order and noticed something about myself as I worked through each kingdom or realm.

My Attitudes During The Meditation

I remember the famous quote by Albert Schweitzer:

Until he extends his circle of compassion to include all living things, man will not himself find peace.

I discovered that my attitude varied toward one form of life to another. I’ve always had a love for minerals, insects, plants, and animals. So, those realms came easily. And, I admit, that I found it easier to love them more than people. I am fascinated by insects more so now than ever before, as my heart is opening more and more to all life. Where I may have once feared a bee, now I cherish them.

I struggled the most with sending love and blessings to the human race and learned a lot about my own hurts and biases as I attempted to be as unconditionally loving towards people as I was towards everything else. As a developing Psychic Medium and Reiki Master, the practice of sending love and blessings to those in the Spirit and higher realms raised my vibration to levels of love and appreciation, which I’d never experienced prior. I was deeply moved to continue this practice. Which is what led me to this meditation in the first place.

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