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RRRL38: Guided, Salt Bath Meditation to Relieve Stress, Anxiety, Worry, Pain, and to Cleanse and Uplift Your Aura



Welcome to this guided, salt bath meditation, designed to cleanse your physical body, relax, let go of stress, release toxins, boost your circulation, relieve aches and pains, AND cleanse and uplift your aura. This meditation will leave you feeling relaxed, with your physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual bodies cleansed and uplifted. Join me, as I guide you from your bathtub, to a beautiful and sacred hot spring in the forest, where you will heal your mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual bodies.

Although not mandatory, if this is your first time doing this meditation, it is best to listen to this meditation in it’s entirety before beginning, so you can have everything ready in advance that is needed. If you have already listened to this meditation, you can fast forward to approximately 4:40 to skip the introduction and begin the meditation.

Optimal soaking time to reap the most benefits from salt baths, is between 20-25 minutes, and the meditation portion of this recording will be between 15-20 minutes.

For this meditation, you will need about 2-3 cups of salt,  and other helpful,  but not required,  items to have are ¾ cup of  baking soda,  essential oils of your choice, candles, and any aromatic herbs you’d like to use.

Enjoy this healing moment, created specifically for you! Namaste!


RRRL37: Salt Cave Meditation (To be used inside a salt cave)



Salt caves are all the rage these days, and I love to meditate at my local salt cave. This salt cave meditation is designed to be used at The Centered Stone salt cave in American Fork, Utah, but can be used in any salt cave with a small modification mentioned in the meditations. This meditation is recorded with the intention to help you achieve maximum benefits from the salt-infused air in the salt cave, by incorporating breathing techniques, mindfulness, visualization,  and quieting the mind to help de-stress, relax, rejuvenate, and help ease the emotional and physical bodies of pain.

You do not need to be an expert in meditation, and in fact, if you are a beginner, this meditation is perfect for the beginner, as well as any seasoned meditation practitioners.

This meditation is designed to last 35- 40 minutes, with a typical 45 minute salt cave session in mind. The extra minutes are  to allow you to find a comfortable spot on the salt, in a reclining chair, or other comfortable position of choice before beginning your meditation, as well as to fully come back to the present moment after your meditation, before your salt session ends.

Enjoy this moment of peace and bliss in your salt cave session. Namaste!