It’s time for another one of Deepak Chopra & Oprah’s 21 Day Meditation Experiences!
I have done two of their Meditation Experiences before and have loved them! You can sign up for free and each day, you will receive an email with a link to that day’s guided meditation. Oprah generally gives an intro into the day’s theme and Deepak guides you through the meditation, with his soothing voice and pearls of wisdom.
These 21 day experiences are a great way to establish a meditation practice and a great introduction to meditation, for those who may be intimidated by how to even get started. Each meditation is about 20 minutes long and can be done at anytime throughout the day.
I will be starting on November 3rd and would love if you joined me! You can sign up by clicking here.
I think it is such a beautiful thing to have beings meditating all around the world and raising the collective consciousness for love, peace and wisdom. Please let me know if you have any questions and I hope you joint me on the meditation cushion!
I am branching out a little bit and teaming up with a good friend to start a new blog: Spiritual Bahanas (Sisters). I will still be blogging about veganism, yoga, books, bulldogs, essential oils and whatever else pops into my head here at Angie Eats Peace, but the new blog will be dedicated to the spiritual journey I have been on. It will be a little bit more of a personal space where I share how my journey has changed and evolved over time.
My friend Ed (you can read his blog about his journey as a homosexual Catholic here) and I have discovered that our spiritual paths have had a similar trajectory, and it’s something we have spent a good amount of time discussing in the course of our friendship, which has blossomed into sisterhood.
We have noticed that this topic is not always something people feel comfortable or safe exploring. Is it OK to question, change or challenge beliefs we have once held as true? We will be sharing experiences from our own paths and hopefully, creating a space where the conversation for others to share will flow free.
I hope to see you over at our new space, but if spirituality isn’t your thing, no worries. I am still happy to have you here at Angie Eats Peace.
Love and sisterhood,