5-Minute Guided Meditation to STOP Judging Yourself

Do you suffer from self-judgment of your thoughts? You are not separate in your suffering! Part of the human experience is identifying with our thoughts. But it’s important to remember:

You are not your thoughts! You are the one who is aware of the thoughts. 

In this quick 5-minute guided meditation, I’ll help you steer away from self-judgment and toward gratitude for your own intention to care for your Self.

Practically all suffering is born out of attachment. The ego wants to be reflected back to itself through everything it can sense. Buddhism identifies thinking as the sixth sense. Just like we are not our smells, our sight, or the sounds we hear, we are not our thoughts!

Thoughts are powerful and can shape our reality. I recommend downloading this guided meditation for whenever you are bogged down with thought-identification. Thank you for choosing to lean into the light with me.

Until next time, be well & take gentle self care.

Namaste, Ellen

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I started Luminous Leanings to share my passions of meditation & self-care. As a self-care coach, I'm really just a holder! I hold space for busy people on their self-care journey. Then I hold them accountable as they integrate self-care into their lives. If you want to develop more self-compassion, but aren't sure where to start, you've come to the right place. Be sure to check out my guided meditations & journal freebies, & sign up for the Letter to keep in touch. You don't have to self-care alone - I'm in your corner!

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