Letting Go of Self Sabotage: Guided Meditation

A lot of people sabotage themselves, their relationships and their lives thinking that they aren’t worthy and deserving of the many beautiful things that life sends their way. And  in his book, The Big Leap, Gay Hendricks talks about this in a magnificent way: “Each of us has an inner thermostat setting that determines how much love, success, and creativity we allow ourselves to enjoy. When we exceed our inner thermostat setting, we will often do something to sabotage ourselves, causing us to drop back into the old, familiar zone where we feel secure.”

There’s no need to fear, to hide or run away from life. No need to sabotage yourself, your relationships and your life. And today’s guided meditation will help you realize just that. Today’s guided meditation will help you let go of your self sabotage behavior so that you can do the many things you deep down inside want to do and enjoy life to the fullest.

Before we begin, find a quiet place where you won’t be disturbed for the next 20 minutes. Second, find a comfortable position to sit – it can be in a chair, crossed legged or on your knees, or lay down and when you’re ready, press play. Once the meditation session is over, you can share your experience with all of us by commenting below.

Let’s begin 🙂

Letting Go of Self Sabotage: Guided Meditation

~love, Luminita💫

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Luminita D. Saviuc

Luminita, the Founder of PurposeFairy, is an enthusiastic student of the arts, psychology, and spirituality. Her acclaimed blog post, 15 Things You Should Give Up To Be Happy , was shared by over 1.3 million people on Facebook. Later on, it became the heart of her book, 15 Things You Should Give Up To Be Happy., book that was published by Penguin Random House. For more details check out the 15 Things You Should Give Up To Be Happy Book Page.

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2 Comments

  • Judy

    17, April 2016 at 11:57 pm

    It was hard to hear him w/the back ground music

  • Pam Furno

    16, April 2016 at 6:11 pm

    Yes, that was divine. I had tears streaming down my face due to the repressed feelings from now acknowledging my husband’s passing in 2008. You helped me release something so necessary. In great thanks. Pam