These audio recordings combine meditation, breath work and visualisation to help unlock your creative potential and build confidence when starting new things. Beginning a creative practice can often be daunting with low self esteem, fear and doubt only delaying the magical journey ahead. This recording encourages the ability to step outside your comfort zone and take risks within becoming a beginner again, reconnecting to the inner-child and visualising the exciting possibilities up for grabs. The meditation offers the idea that there is no ‘correct’ way to be creative and that an inspired mindset feels different to each individual. Through the visualisation you’ll be able to experience a deep dive into the subconscious mind and become aware of ideas and inspiration you didn’t realise you had. You’ll also enjoy the relaxation benefits of the meditation and breathwork and will finish the session with a calm, contented confidence to begin your creative journey.
Yoga nidra is a different kind of meditation as there’s no active ‘doing’ involved. It’s all about remaining aware but allowing yourself to fully surrender to it. It can be really beneficial for anyone with anxiety, insomnia or burnout! We have a ‘how to’ sound clip explaining the process of yoga nidra, a relaxation yoga nidra and a creative guided journey sound clip. They can be listened to in the comfort of your own home or out in nature.
About Nansi Marshall
Nansi Marshall is a qualified yoga therapist and reflexologist and the founder of The Wellbeing Hub. Nansi is adept at creating a space for you to find peace, tranquility and comfort within a loud and busy world. Through her practice, Nansi aims to support and encourage individuals to fulfill their full potential through reconnecting with their truth. She believes wellbeing shouldn’t be a ‘one size fits all’ approach and aims to include a variety of wellness activities. Nansi is committed to creating a safe space for individuals to join together and approach healing in a laid back and no pressure fashion.
These audio recordings are a part of the Isdyfiant project generously funded by Natural Resources Wales.