Meditation Library

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Meditations and breath work are incredibly powerful supports in your path to sobriety — and just in life!

Below, you’ll find a directory of all of the meditations we use in the course.

Breath of Fire

A quick, powerful, energizing breath. (Part of Kundalini practice; very similar to kapalabhati breathing in other forms of yoga.)
(From Recovery Maps & Toolkits)

Calm Heart Meditation

The Calm Heart Meditation is a beautiful practice for situations when you need to calm down quickly.
(From Habit & Night Ritual)

Ego Eradicator

This is a great meditation to anchor your morning ritual and control your energy.
(From Recovery Maps & Toolkits)

Future Self Meditation

In addition to the future self meditations Holly leads at the beginning and end of the school, you can also access this future visualization exercise at any time by listening to this audio file.
(From Orientation and Purpose & Creativity)

Grounding Meditation

This audio-only meditation from Holly is an amazing tool to center yourself and regain peace of mind.
(From Relationships & Community)

Kundalini Energizer Series

This six-part series of Kundalini practices will raise your energy at the start of your day.
(From Breath, Meditation & Yoga)

Sunia Antar Kriya

This is a great meditation for restoring emotional balance, particularly when you feel worried or upset.
(From Trauma & Therapy)

Tattva Balancer

We can use this Kundalini meditation as a tool to center and calm ourselves. Over time, it can also help to rebuild and balance our brains. (From Addiction & the Brain)

 
 

 Breath of Fire

 
 

Calm Heart Meditation

 
 

Ego Eradicator 

 

 Future Self Meditation


Grounding Meditation

 

 Kundalini Energizer Series

 
 

Sunia Antar Kriya

 
 

 Tattva Balancer