The Benefits of Twin Hearts Meditation




The Benefits of: Twin Hearts Meditation


The empirical data is in, and it shows that consistent meditation practices are beneficial to our overall health and wellbeing. Regardless of whether we have been meditating for years, or are just beginning, the data shows that meditation significantly reduces stress and anxiety and increases levels of happiness, calmness and coping skills. (According to the Pranic Healing Research Institute; PHRI)

The focus of this study was on Twin Hearts Meditation, which is based on the prayer of Saint Francis of Assisi: Lord Make me an Instrument of your Peace. Where there is injury, pardon. Where there is doubt, faith. Where there is despair, hope. Where there is darkness, light. Where there is sadness, joy. For it is in giving that we receive. It is in pardoning that we are pardoned.

The study Measured anxiety, mood, and coping skills before and after the meditation. All subjects noted a reduction in anxiety and higher levels of happiness and calmness, as well as increased levels of coping skills. This study also showed increased gamma activation in regions of the brain related to empathy and focused attention. The goal of Twin Hearts Meditation is to help you achieve long-lasting positive changes, so you no longer feel the physical, emotional, and mental symptoms that weigh you down. This is called: A State of Health, in which negative emotions and limiting beliefs, as well as the energetic blockages they’ve created, are gone. Your mind and body are working together, and you’ve overcome any negative programs that you have acquired. Prana or life energy is now flowing smoothy and abundantly.

Often, when working with clients, one of the first things I do is clean the aura, health-rays, and the 12 major chakras. These 12 major chakras are the energy centers of the body. After this energy cleansing, I introduce the client to a beginning level of Twin Hearts Meditation. We often do this meditation together for the first time either in-person or on FaceTime. I then encourage the client to meditate at least 3-4 times a week. As they progress, I introduce them to more advanced versions of the meditation along with different types of breathing techniques. In addition, this meditation is extremely helpful during the process of forgiveness. It is like a key that unlocks a door. Once the door is unlocked and opened, the old patterns of un-forgiveness are set free and deep-rooted forgiveness can begin.


Namaste,

Christine Haggerty

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