Meditation – Anti-Inflammatory and Healing

Meditation with a soothing voice ~~ have started this one today! Please join me in soothing and healing your body and increasing your energy field to high vibration!

Cauldrons and Cupcakes

I am a great believer in the body’s wisdom and capacity to heal itself. Today’s blog is a guided healing meditation for you to assist in removing inflammation in your body, protecting nerves and circulation to the brain, heart, organs and limbs, promoting healthy immune response and improving digestive function so that the body is well oxygenated and well nourished. The mind is a powerful thing, and our thought and intent are as potent as any medicine.

Inflammation within the body is a corrosive force that wreaks havoc on our nerves, joints, arteries and veins. It is created through stress, and through diets high in sugar, acid and processed foods. It is exacerbated by lack of sleep, lack of sunlight, lack of or too much exercise, dehydration, smoking and exposure to toxins. Inflammation within the body leads to other problems over time, such as weakened immune systems, auto-immune diseases, diabetes, hormonal…

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About becca givens

Becca is an artist, poet, and animal communicator. She delights in cooking, nurturing, and sharing a rich spiritual life with others on the Path.
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6 Responses to Meditation – Anti-Inflammatory and Healing

  1. granbee says:

    I am discovering that all the meditation I have been doing in a more formal way in my adult life is something I have actually been doing all my life–my elders called it “spacing out”. No wonder I have been able to heal so well after a very severe set of injuries incurred in a murder attempt some years ago. Glory!


    • becca givens says:

      Glory be, granbee. The Lord had other plans for you, and He has given you additional tools to assist you. I need more meditative experience, and I am practicing. At the moment, the weeding in the yard is this week’s effort of it. Not exactly relaxing, but it seems to do the trick!! Nicole’s voice is quite soothing. 😀


  2. phylor says:

    Thanks for the post! I do creative imagery, make up daily mantras, but don’t meditate. I know I should, but it can be difficult to get my mind to stop racing, take a deep breath and do it.


  3. Geraldine says:

    Thank you for sharing this Becca. I have been reading about inflammation and how destructive it can be, in so many ways, to our health. I’m working on it…this is so timely and helpful, thank you!

    Happy Sunday, G 🙂


    • becca givens says:

      I am finding more and more ways the inflammation affects our health … more than we realize! I am glad it came at a good time for you, Geraldine. Thank you for visiting and leaving a comment. 😀


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