12 Day Mindful Meditation – Day 18

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WELCOME TO DAY 18! 💫

Today I am in deep reflection on how drastically life has changed in the past year. The world is realigning, we are being forced to revert to a more simpler, gentler and conscious way of living.

We are having to adjust to a life that calls for us to embrace things like contentment, joy, gratitude, meaning and commitment as we stand no longer for the ‘Me or I’ but for the ‘We’ because ‘We’ are now having to pool our resources for the survival of ‘We!’

We as asking ourselves, will we find that calm in the storm? And, greater still, how can we each find some inner strength during this time and carry it forward to light the path ahead of us?

We are presented with new opportunities for how we will show up, what choices we will make. Even in this vortex, we must keep committed and find that precious, expansive space of abundance in our lives.

🦋 Remember: Energy flows where attention goes! Be aware of all of the ways abundance shows up around you.

✨✨TODAY’S PHRASE ✨✨

Write this phrase of the day in your notebook and reflect on it throughout the day.“I celebrate my unity with all life, knowing we are all one.“

✨MEDITATION & MANTRA MEDITATION LINK:✨

🧘‍♀️ This is the Sanskrit Mantra you will repeat during meditation: Tat Tham Asi

🎧 MEDITATION LINK:

TASK

Do the Meditation first before writing your letter (below).

✍️ Write a letter to your country of origin, expressing all your feelings about it.

Remember that all of your feelings are valid and appropriate. Write everything that arises.I remind you to write down the meditation phrase in your notebook and keep your attention on it throughout the day.

REFLECTION :

💞Live in unity

In today’s meditation, we will talk about unity as the basic truth of all that exists.

As individuals, we are not alike. We have different lifestyles, beliefs, and perceptions; however, these differences exist only in the physical plane.

At the molecular and spiritual level, we are actually all one and are connected with the universal primary source. When we begin to fully understand this concept of life in unity, the idea of a personal “I” gives way to the image of a universal “I.” The concept of rivalry and competition disappears.

❣️This relationship contributes to deep love and empathy for everyone who surrounds us.

QUESTION 1: How would you define unity?

QUESTION 2: What do you think of diversity?

QUESTION 3: How did meditation help you realize the idea of living in unity?

21 Day Mindful Meditation – Day 17

WELCOME TO DAY 17!💥

“Out beyond ideas of wrong doing and right doing there is a field. I’ll meet you there. When the soul lies down in that grass, the world is too full to talk about.” ― Rumi

There is so little appreciation to the things that cost us nothing. As we dive into the existential confidence of being, today, bring your attention to those things that cost you nothing and that you value as much as gold! What gives you strength, life force, vitality, immense joy, and inner peace and confidence? Connect to it, feel it, and make a list of it to anchor it and reconnect to it, to a greater level within you.

You are a brilliant light in the world. Feed that flame.🔥

✨✨ TODAY’S PHRASE ✨✨

📘 Write this phrase of the day in your notebook and reflect on it throughout the day.‎

“I move through my days lighthearted and care-free knowing all is well.”

MEDITATION & MANTRA 🧘‍♀️

This is the Sanskrit Mantra you will repeat during meditation: Sat Chit Ananda, Sat Chit Ananda

🔈MEDITATION LINK:

✍️TASKCreate a list of all the important things you have: material, spiritual, emotional, etc.

🏵For example:

-I have a smartphone to be in touch with the world

-I have a roof over my head and food on my table

-I have real, loving friendships

-I have use of the internet

-I have memories

-I have an education

-I have a favourite place in the world

-I have the ability to create magicThere are no high or low limits in the things you can write down. Recognize everything you have that matters to you.

❣️SUMMARY

I lead my feelings and choose to feel whole, healthy, abundant, and blessed.

📘JOURNALToday we look at how we can live carefree – free from judgment and anxiety, focusing on the joy and perfection of what is right now.

By meditating, and plunging into the awareness of the present moment, you understand that everything is perfect and is as it should be. That any problems you have are transient and temporary. You reconnect with your True Self, feeling lighter and free.

Throughout life, you will begin to look at everyday circumstances easily and meet surprises calmly and with grace.

✍️ Record reflections in your journal:

Question 1: How do you feel when you wake up every morning?

Question 2: How much would your life improve if you lived with a light and carefree heart?

Question 3: How can you switch your mind to spread the love and joy that you feel in your heart?

12 Day Mindful Meditation – Day 16

WELCOME TO DAY 16! 🏵 I feel nothing but gratitude for you as we continue on this Journey………

“If the only prayer you said was thank you, that would be enough.” -Meister Eckhart

Today is all about gratitude! With less than a week left together! It doesn’t matter where you are in your journey Day 2, Day 10, Day 16 – keep it going! The benefits are incredible. This is more than an abundance journey it is one of growth and reflection. One of mindfulness and forgiveness.

All of which we are finding out is the key to our unlimited abundancy. In these last few days of the challenge more space is given for personal reflection as we continue the practice of self-inquiry.

Each day we are looking inward, to reflect on the energy we all share, the abundance of thoughtfulness, care and love we each can experience in these exercises – take a moment to reflect on that, we are all doing this together, you are never alone. ❣️

✨✨ TODAY’S PHRASE ✨✨

📘 Write this phrase of the day in your notebook and reflect on it throughout the day. “Today I remember to be grateful.”

MEDITATION & MANTRA 🧘‍♀️

This is the Sanskrit Mantra you will repeat during meditation: Om Vardhanam Nama

🔈MEDITATION LINK:

✍️TASK

Make a list of all the things that you have always wanted to do but have postponed, at least until now.

This could be because of other priorities, the fear of hurting someone, or the fear of failing. Regardless of the reason, these are things that you still plan on doing.

The idea of writing this list is to forgive yourself for everything that you have not done in your life.👉For each line on your list, write a text of forgiveness based on examples below:

❣️I, full name, forgive myself absolutely and lovingly for… not graduating from university.

❣️I, full name, forgive myself absolutely and lovingly… that I did not show my vulnerability.

✨Write down anything and everything you want, without limitation. Remember the Universe is limitless and that which you are seeking is also seeking you.

21 Day Mindful Meditation- Day 15

WELCOME TO DAY 15! 🌈 YOU ARE SO APPRECIATED!

“Like attracts like. Hate brings hate and all the ills that follow in its wake. Envy and fear and worry attract discord and disease. If you want health, happiness, in your life, if you are seeking riches and success, attune your thoughts to these. BLESS the circumstances that surround you. Bless and praise those who come in contact with you. Bless even the difficulties you meet, for by blessing them, you can change them from discordant conditions to favourable ones, you can speed up their rate of activity to where they will bring you good instead of evil.” -Robert Collier

This quote is one of my favourites, it’s always are a reminder to me that in order to receive, I must first give. This is the final week of our journey and what a wonderful one it has been. I am so proud of you and I truly appreciate you! Thank you for the feedback, I’m happy that you saw the opportunity in taking the challenge and stuck with it.

Today we celebrate YOU! We celebrate what each of us has been able to afford so far! As well as, our awareness of the abundance we have experienced every day! We celebrate the openness to the abundance we desire and dream of while living the magic of Synchrodestiny.

As we move into today’s lesson, open your hearts and minds to everything you have learned so far. Remind yourself of all the possibilities of the banquet of the universe because everything you can imagine has already been created.

✨✨ TODAY’S PHRASE ✨✨

“As I live in present moment awareness, I live the magic of Synchrodestiny.”

📘Write this phrase of the day in your notebook and reflect on it throughout the day.

MEDITATION & MANTRA:🧘‍♀️

This is the Sanskrit Mantra you will repeat during meditation: Aham Bramasmi

🔈MEDITATION LINK:

✍️TASK

Write this letter by hand, on a separate piece of paper, of gratitude and recognition to a person who you think “hurt” you at some point in life. Begin by meditating, so that an image of this person comes to you. More than one person may appear, yet for today, you are only writing one letter.

It is important not to feel any hostility towards this person, so be sure to cleanse yourself of any negative emotions. If you find that you are still angry or resentful, write down all of these feelings on a separate piece of paper and then tear the sheet into shreds and/or burn them.

Congratulations- Week 2 Done!

I began this journey last year with lots of self-doubt, excuses and hesitation but ended it with Gratitude, Abundance and Growth. I’m doing it all over again for pretty much the same reasons I did last year, my spirit at the time needed it!

As you complete this second and final week of your journey to Growth, Gratitude, and Abundance, be mindful of not only why you started this journey but also of what kept you going! You have waded through the distractions, you have ignored that inner voice of doubt that said, “I don’t have enough time to do this!” We go through life trying to race to one finish line after the next, racing from work to get home, racing around the home to get chores done, and racing the clock to do it all before bedtime.

Don’t add this to your list. Remember this is not a race!

My blog is always open to allow anyone who wants to come back to it to finish the 21 Day Journey. Honour your feelings, always do what you feel is best for you without judgment to self!❣️

💫 Namaste

21 Day Mindful Meditation – Day 14

WELCOME TO DAY 14!  🎉

“Next to love, fear is one of the most powerful emotions that exists. We cannot tap into what is for us and live in our purpose without releasing the fear that keeps us from finding our reason for being.” ~Yvette Treco

For those who are catching up or have taken a break and have now decided to pick up where you left off –Welcome back!

Today is a favourite for many who have come before you on this same journey. Think for a moment about a world where each of us lives in our purpose. What would that world look like? How would that reality be different than the one we live in now? Take a deep breath and dive into this abundance!

✨✨TODAY’S PHRASE✨✨

“There is a way I can fulfil my true purpose in life.”

✍️Write this phrase of the day in your notebook and reflect on it throughout the day.

MEDITATION & MANTRA:🧘‍♀️

This is the Sanskrit Mantra you will repeat during meditation: Om Varunam Nama

🙏MESSAGE Abundance and the Law of DharmaToday we are completing the second week of the 21-day meditation program of the Chopra Center – KEY TO ABUNDANCE.

Over the past week, we have examined abundance in terms of the principles described Deepak’s book, “The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success,” from the Law of Pure Potentiality to the Dharma Law today.

When your life is full of true purpose, your dharma, or abundance, rushes toward you easily and effortlessly.

As the saying goes: “Do what you love, the money will be.”

It is not only about material wealth, but also about satisfaction, confidence, optimism, and joy. All of the manifestations of abundance will come to you if you live your true purpose in life.

🔈MEDITATION LINK:

📘JOURNALRecord your thoughts in your journal:

QUESTION 1: What brings you the most joy?

QUESTION 2: How do you feel this joy in your everyday life and in your current work?

QUESTION 3: How can you approach a life full of joy, by living your Dharma or life’s dream?

💫TASK

Enjoy this day, noticing the generous gifts of the world that surround us, seek us, and ask us to notice and accept them. Seek, find, accept and give thanks for each of them.At the end of the day, write down at least three paths/sources through which abundance has come to you today. Even if it was something very small.

🎥Watch this short video:

❣️The Importance of Overcoming Struggles in Life

✍️Write down 3 cases when you may have deprived someone of the opportunity to learn and grow. Think of examples such as helping a family member/co-worker, showing your power over children, etc.

21 Day Mindful Meditation – Day 13

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WELCOME TO DAY 13! 🍂 

Thank you for your commitment to this journey.

“In detachment lies the wisdom of uncertainty…in the wisdom of uncertainty lies the freedom from our past, from the known, which is the prison of past conditioning. And in our willingness to step into the unknown, the field of all possibilities, we surrender ourselves to the creative mind that orchestrates the dance of the universe.” -Deepak Chopra.

Throughout my adult life, I’ve come to understand that abundance meant something different to everyone and that each person strives to fulfil his or her goal of abundance according to his or her own belief system.

For some abundance is a lush forest or beautiful garden with abundant wildlife, and flowing clean rivers. For others, it could mean a beautiful sandy beach that runs on for miles, while for others it might be an endless stream of income.

To help you understand abundance and the Law of Detachment, today, we will learn how to abandon a desire to get a certain result.

I found it a bit difficult dealing with the law of Detachment, after being introduced to the laws of attraction many years ago by my friend Joy, made me understand the importance of letting go and letting in. Though trusting the process wasn’t easy! It took some time for me to realise that by detaching from that need of wanting a certain outcome, I could create clarity to see the outcome. This may sound crazy and you may not get it at first, I didn’t! But after a while, you will because as you grow into your own, the practice of detachment becomes second nature to you.

However you decide to approach today’s task and lesson, I ask that you open up your mind and heart to the possibilities of letting go.

✨✨ TODAY’S PHRASE✨✨

“As I let go of the need to arrange my life, the Universe brings abundant good to me.”Write this phrase of the day in your notebook and reflect on it throughout the day.

MEDITATION & MANTRA:🧘‍♀️

This is the Sanskrit Mantra you will repeat during meditation: Om Anadham Nama

✨Try to make time to listen to today’s meditation twice in a row.

🔈MEDITATION LINK:

Abundance comes in many forms. As long as you create through desires that benefit the whole world, you can get whatever you want.


Symbols of abundance: a big house, a new car or elaborate jewellery will bring waves of excitement into your life. And yet, these symbols may mean sacrificing the ocean for the sake of several transient waves.

“Live, overflowing with an abundance of love, passion, creativity, and significance, and then these symbols themselves will “chase” you.” 

💥Dr. David Simon, Co-Founder of the Chopra Center.📘JOURNALRecord your thoughts on the following questions, in your journal:

❣️QUESTION 1: What symbols of abundance do you dream of?

❣️QUESTION 2: How could they improve both your life and others?

❣️QUESTION 3: How else will such abundance positively affect your life?

💫REFLECTIONSThink about your mom’s description from Day 11. Considering your life and your patterns of behaviour, what similarities do you see between you and your mom? What are they and how were they formed? Write these reflections in your notebook.

21 Day Mindful Meditation- Day 12

🌊WELCOME TO DAY 12!

💝 I hope you are being good to yourself throughout this journey. Remember, this is not a journey about self-judgement, it’s one of self-discovery!

Start by doing what’s necessary; then do what’s possible, and suddenly you are doing the impossible. ~Francis of Assisi

At the start of every year, many of you set forth intentions, in the form of New Year’s resolutions to take with you throughout the year. Intention is one of the most powerful forces in the Universe because your intentions will determine your outcome in life.

Today’s guided meditation had a resounding effect on me; thus far it was one that resonated with me the most because it hit home for me on so many levels. It brought me back to my roots and without giving too much away, all I’m going to say is, there’s something about the allure of ocean that brings peace to the soul! I hope the session will resonate with you as much as it did me.

Like the junky that I am, I listened to this audio several times, each time taking away a new message. I invite you to be kind to yourself, live without judging yourself and live your life with clear intent, surrender and use your imagination to create the abundance that you want in your life. May you be inspired in all that you do today!

✨✨ TODAY’S PHRASE ✨✨

“I place my intention into the vast ocean of all possibilities and allow the universe to work through me.”

✍️Write this phrase of the day in your notebook and reflect on it throughout the day.

MEDITATION & MANTRA

🧘‍♀️MEDITATION

Attention energizes; intention transforms. In today’s meditation, we will look at the Law of Intention and Desire.

This is the Sanskrit Mantra you will repeat during meditation: Om Ritam Namah

🔈MEDITATION LINK:

📘Reflect on the following questions and record your impressions in your journal:

QUESTION 1: What is your highest intention in life?

QUESTION 2: What can you do to make this happen?

QUESTION 3: How will this intention best serve you and others?

21 Day Mindful Mediation Day 11

WELCOME TO DAY 11!💫

Every thought you produce, anything you say, any action you do, it bears your signature
~Thich Nhat Hanh

I love this quote, it’s a great reminder to all of us that our thoughts and actions is our legacy. We have a saying back home, “what you give to the world you can’t take back,” but we should be mindful of not only what our thoughts and actions saying about us but also what they are attracting in our lives. As I sometimes go through life, my awareness is always -“What am I doing? and Why am I doing this?” It took me a number of years, too many if I wish to be honest, to accept that my life was the result of my own thoughts and actions!


Today’s task may be difficult for some, as deep self-reflection can stir up so much inside of us. Don’t judge yourself too harshly, we are all in this journey together, discovering, learning and most importantly accepting! I spend a lot of time reflecting, it helps me to centre myself when things seem to be going in all different directions at once.

Today’s lesson starts to tap into our roots bringing awareness that we all are a result of the lives of our ancestors. We can choose to keep what serves us and to discard what does not. That takes effort. It takes recognizing in the first place what it is that you want and then to focus energy and attention to that outcome, remembering that every thought you produce, anything you say, any action you do, bears your signature!

✨✨ TODAY’S PHRASE ✨✨

“I expect and accept abundance to flow easily to me”

📘Write this phrase of the day in your notebook and reflect on it throughout the day.

MEDITATION & MANTRA:🧘‍♀️

This is the Sanskrit Mantra you will repeat during meditation: Om Daksham Nama

MEDITATION: In today’s meditation, we will look at the Law of Least Effort and how it can support you in being unattached to the outcome of your deepest desires and intentions. When you let go of what you were taught and take that leap of faith, your personal world of abundance will create. When your actions are motivated by love, your energy is multiplied and accumulated. The release of this energy allows you to redirect it and use it to create everything that you want to create. When your spirit is your inner point of reference, all the power of love is at your disposal and you can use this energy creatively, moving toward abundance and evolution.

🔈MEDITATION LINK:🧘‍♀️

REFLECTION

📘Record your responses in your journal to these questions:

✅Question 1: According to your conviction, how hard should you work to enjoy true abundance?

✅Question 2: In what areas of your life would you like to get more abundance?

✅Question 3: What changes should you make to release your desires into the space of universal consciousness – the source of all abundance?

TASK- In honour of creation, Please describe your mom (or mother figure in your life) in your notebook.
– Positive aspects
– How she inspires
– Limitations
– What did you learn from her?
– What brought you together?
– What separated/distanced you?♥️

If you are unable to connect with your mother (or mother figure) anymore or ever and if your mother has left this earthly world, then focus on an image or her image and write what rises in your memory and feelings.

21 Day Mindful Meditation -Day 10

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A WONDERFUL WELCOME TO DAY 10!👏

“To live is the rarest thing in the world. Most people exist, that is all.”
~Oscar Wilde

What is it that makes a life? Are you choosing the life you are meant to live?

Even amidst the Chaos, we are invited with full consciousness to play in that field of glorious possibilities. Imagine making it to such a field, lying down and not recognizing the beauty and splendour that surrounds you, moving through that field without any awareness or gratitude for what it offers.

Now flip the script and imagine how empowering it is to gain awareness to know that every decision you make or have made will lead you to the life you truly want and deserve.

Throughout your lives, even when you have made the decision to not do something, you made a choice. If you came to a fork in the road and decided to stay in the middle, you have made that choice. So why no decision beneficial to your wellbeing? Choose to live without comparison, don’t compare yourself to others, instead compare yourself to your OWN vision of what makes a life and hold onto that consciousness. I really love this reflection today on the Law of Karma and conscious decision-making.

✨✨ TODAY’S PHRASE ✨✨

📘Write this in your journal. Keep this in mind today, remembering and saying it often during the day. “Today I make great choices because they are made with full awareness.“

Start as early as possible so there is more opportunity to repeat this phrase throughout the day.

MEDITATION & MANTRA:🧘‍♀️

This is the Sanskrit Mantra you will repeat during meditation: Om Kriam Nama

🔈MEDITATION LINK:

🔈TASK – Part I

Listen to today’s meditation at least three times, for it discusses the Law of Karma or conscious decision-making. In this, we see how we can bring much more good into our lives by making the “right” choices.When you make any choice, you may ask yourself: how will this choice bring more happiness and more abundance to my life and those around me?Having asked this question, shift your attention to the heart, and the answer will immediately become clear.

By practising conscious decision-making in this way, you will learn to observe your thoughts and make decisions that are more favourable to you.

✍️Write your answers to the following questions in your journal:

Question 1: How do you make decisions?

Question 2: How have your decisions affected your life?

Question 3: How can you make a more conscious choice?

I suggest sitting with them a few minutes in meditation, deeply listening to your inner response before writing down your answers.

❣️TASK – Part II

From yesterday’s list of shortcomings, choose two things that limit you.

Establish a program for yourself by writing down at least two specific daily actions that “remedy” the shortcoming, reduce its deficiency, or realize that there is a plus side to this trait and start using it to your advantage.

Afterwards, immediately begin to act on your program.

For example: if one of your flaws is being “ungrateful” or “complaining,” you can establish a daily journaling habit of writing down all that you’re grateful for — and immediately start by listing what you are grateful for right now!

🙏I am so happy and grateful that you have made a conscious decision to continue on this journey with me!