Enjoy this Guided Meditation I recorded. To get the most out of your meditation, choose a time when you will be undisturbed, prepare a sacred space to journey, and write about your experience afterwards.

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What was your Experience with this Meditation?

Share your thoughts below:

  1. Marisse Gabrielle 6 years ago

    Dakota, this was amazing. I’m always so mind-blown about how much work can be done in a mere 30 minutes. Thank you. <3

    In this meditation, I worked through my father issues and I saw how that was playing out in my life. How these blocks have caused me to reject stability in my life and also project on men in my life, especially my husband. I also welcomed in more masculine energy into my energy field, something that I intuit I'll need for my growth over the next days, years, and months.

    Thank you. Thank you.

    • Dakota Walker 6 years ago

      Yes, 30 minutes can be more transforming than 30 years of sleep! Awesome stuff!

  2. Autumn 6 years ago

    This meditation brought to the forefront many thoughts and feelings that I had repressed for many years. I revisited experiences, saw them, felt them and was aware of the residue that still unconsciously remained after all this time. I almost fell asleep. The timing for this meditation was perfect. I was able to let go of my job in my mind, work through the issues surrounding this change, understand my resistance to change and then watch the bubble float up into the sky where I no longer can see it. This week I will practice gratitude. I also have a job interview this week already scheduled.

    • Dakota Walker 6 years ago

      Love it Autumn! Love the visual of the bubble floating up until it’s out of site!

  3. Deborah 6 years ago

    I was surprised at the choice of events that I recalled during the meditation. Events I have not thought of in years. I struggled at times to feel in my heart that I had gained strength in who I am today because of them and it was difficult to feel forgiveness. That was in the beginning of the meditation, but towards the end I started to understand more and let go because I longed for the peace that was lingering and I realized I was the only one who could allow myself to feel it. It’s interesting that I had a situation yesterday to work through after the meditation. I felt calm and compassion in the conversation rather than anger and much less frustration. I felt I was being true to my self when I spoke of how this chain of events has affected me. I wasn’t afraid to be strong no matter what the outcome might be. I survived!

    • Dakota Walker 6 years ago

      @deb3347 I love that you had a chance to “practice” a new way of responding just after the meditation! And how true, we are the only ones who can allow ourselves to feel the peace … we have so much more power than we give ourselves credit for!

  4. Grace 6 years ago

    I enjoyed this meditation. It helped me to gain new perspective on experiences. I also more fully saw “why” something may have occurred. In some cases the experience helped me to grow and in others it helped me to see other people in a different light.

  5. Beth 6 years ago

    I will try again At first talking to father sky and all of my relatives who have passed I got to my grandfather and I pictured him and heard him as he had always addressed me and gave me a hug that was amazing. That was so strong it made me cry free flowing tears. Then we went to an experience bad or good that formed us, i ended up having to stop.

    • Dakota Walker 6 years ago

      What a beautiful experience @soulshine … and it’s perfectly perfect to do this meditation in stages. Do what you can in one journey then revisit it when you are ready to unlayer some more “stuff”!

  6. Machell 6 years ago

    I could not answer a lot of the questions, had a really hard time quieting my mind.

    • Dakota Walker 6 years ago

      @mhelbert – maybe write all those questions down and just have them by your bedside. Read them before you go to bed, and over the course of about a week just jot down things that come to you. In an effort such as this you will get some answers you weren’t expecting! And, putting these on paper allows your mind to quiet more . Reminds me of Dumbledorf of Harry Potter when he’d put the wand against his forehead and empty the thoughts.

  7. Dar Smith 6 years ago

    I have done this meditation a couple of times now. For me, I think perspective is the word I would use to describe my experience. A fresh perspective – looking not only at the event/situation/relationship but more of a “why” it came to me and what that can teach me.

    • Dakota Walker 6 years ago

      Great perspective Dar! In fact, we’ll be talking about that – the reshaping of our past so that we learn from those events that may have kept us small, or held back. So happy to see you on this journey!

  8. Carol 6 years ago

    I enjoyed the different style of this meditation even though my mind went blank a few times I still got some useful answers from the situations I could recall.

    • Dakota Walker 6 years ago

      Often when our mind goes blank or we fall asleep during a meditation, our Guides are working beyond the ego and logical mind. Sometimes they have to “turn us off” in order to reboot us …

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