Alignment

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Your mental processes affect your physical state. Your posture can change when you change your mind.

You are what you think. Does your mind create your posture, or does your posture affect your mind? This audio is dynamic and creative, created everyone who desires to embody postural grace and alignment.

Executing grace and demonstrating kinaesthetic beauty and skill is a requirement for dancers. Any performer will tell you that they see their dance and movement in their mind first and then, their body moves to those images. This audio is perfect to embody this alignment in the body through dynamic powerful imagery which Jenny will guide you through. Therefore, the audio (also) has particular attractiveness and popularity for dancers!

This meditation is popular with many movement practitioners (for their classes too!), dancers of course and listeners who have postural imbalances and/ or back/hip/neck pain. It’s a powerful and also soothing meditation.

Enjoy this meditation and read on below for full description as well as meditation tips.

Listen to mini sample:

Happy aligning!

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Description


There are thoughts which are prayers. There are moments when, whatever the posture of the body, the soul is on its knees. ~ Victor Hugo

There are two powerful uses for this creative meditation audio:

1. Postural health

You are what you think. Does your mind create your posture, or does your posture affect your mind? This audio is dynamic and creative, created everyone who desires to embody postural grace and alignment.

2. Guided imagery for dancers’ alignment

Executing grace and demonstrating kinaesthetic beauty and skill is a requirement for dancers. Any performer will tell you that they see their dance and movement in their mind first and then, their body moves to those images. This audio is perfect to embody this alignment in the body through dynamic powerful imagery which Jenny will guide you through. Therefore, the audio (also) has particular attractiveness and popularity for dancers!

The meditation

There are four parts of the meditation.  Jenny starts off with an introduction using inspiring and powerful words, easing you into the practice with the sounds of the Tibetan bowls in the background that continue throughout. This is intentional, and the sounds and vibrations induce a relaxed, trance-like state to help quieten your mind.

Then, with a calm and quietened state, you will be guided to breathe mindfully and deeply, becoming very aware of your body, deepening your relaxed state. Your attention will continue to go inward as the external distractions fade away. (This breath part of the meditation is useful to be listened to separately whenever you feel a need to stop and pause in your day.)

We arrive to the creative part of the meditation, where Jenny will invite you with empowering and nourishing words, to gently yet firmly guide you to bring attention to parts of your body (especially the posterior chain: the spine, hips and legs). At this point, she will use clear guided imagery that will connect mind and body so that you can ‘sculpt’ your body into a natural alignment and poise.

This meditation is popular with many movement practitioners (for their classes too!), dancers of course and listeners who have postural imbalances and/ or back/hip/neck pain. It’s a powerful and also soothing meditation.

As we feel more connected to our body, through creative guided imagery meditation, we can truly re-sculpt our body, how we feel it in space (proprioception). Join me and feel balanced!

Best meditating practice:
Staying conscious with a relaxed body is the optimal state, to be able to slip into the alpha brain wave state and beyond. This is the state for creating…

For best listening and meditation, here are some tips:

⊹Please wear headphones or use stereo sound speakers (great for yoga/movement class!)
⊹An eye mask might be appropriate to block out any other sensory stimulation.
⊹Find a comfortable position –
⊹Sit upright in a chair with good back support and feet touching the floor, or

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Constructive Rest Position or semi-supine position

⊹In this meditation you are required to lie down, in the semi-supine position (also called the constructive rest position): legs/feet resting on a chair at 90 degrees to the floor)

⊹Feel the feelings of having/being/doing that which you desire. Get emotional!
⊹Finally, give thanks at the end of the meditation for your new state of Being and new life. Give thanks as if your prayers have been answered.

Tracks:
1. Introduction (1:57 min.)
2. Breath (5:24 min.)
3. Meditation (12:18 min.)
4. Return to Present (4:52 min.)
Run Time: 25 Minutes
Audio file size (zip file): 35.5 mb
Production & Sound: Spring Studio, Australia
Voice & Script: Jenny Eleni Petridis

2009-2018 © Jenny Petridis
  All Rights Reserved

Downloading:
Upon completion of purchase, you will be sent:
✓Your Purchase Receipt.
✓Link to Your Audio Download.
✓You’ll receive one download per product purchased.
✓The link sent in your email will deactivate after three download attempts, or 14 days – whichever comes first.

It is highly recommend you backup the item(s) after download.
The audio downloads come in zip folders. You will need to un-zip these files after downloading, in order to access the MP3 files.
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Do not listen to any meditation recording while driving or operating equipment/machinery.

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Happy creatively meditating!

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