Asking for Nothing, Receiving Everything: A Guided Meditation. ~ Tifany Lee

Via on Dec 29, 2013

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Feel like doing nothing for 30 minutes and gaining a feeling of exquisite joy and well-being?

The asanas used to be the end-all-be-all of my yoga practice, but lately I have been digging meditation.

Who would have thunk?

If you enjoy a guided meditation as much as I do, then you will enjoy The Reach Approach’s guided meditation.

Throughout the experience, I was filled with a physical warmth that was accompanied by a tingling rush of joy and happiness—further proof that my emotion may be dictated by my own thoughts…Enjoy.

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About Tifany Lee

Tifany Lee is a singer, musician, theatrician, activist and yogini. Her playZombie U was recently published in the APW Press Anthology, and her third album, Southern Gothic, is in production and will be released in 2014. She loves spending time with her domestic partner and bulldog in Athens, Georgia. You can catch up with her at tifanylee.comFacebook and Twitter.


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