As we emerge from the pandemic into a new world, a lot of you have deep questions about the future that require clarity.
With that in mind, I want to return to the practice of meditation with a technique developed by Carl Jung called active imagination that bridges the gap between the unconscious and conscious ego.
I’ve used active imagination for a long time to help me achieve lots of things, from finding hard-to-find answers to questions in my research (for my new book) to developing educational programs (like the ones we’re launching at the CHEK Academy).
But that’s not all…
If you haven’t been able to get into the flow of meditation, I’ll share some simple suggestions for making the experience a good one.
Just to remind you once more, there’s really no wrong way to meditate, but you may want to keep some tools close at hand like a notebook to document your thoughts and essential oils to provide natural relaxation and cleansing.