Meditations is allowing the deep, often hidden memories to come to the surface. It isn't about stopping the thoughts that arise, it is about allowance, without judgement or attachment so they can pass into ether uninterrupted.
Guided meditations are useful to guide the subconscious into bring forward a theme of memories, images that can then be focused on to heal or anchor.
Believe it not, you meditate more often than you possibly realise. Each time you go into autopilot; notice your mind has 'wandered' off, drifting off to sleep they are all examples of meditations.
Daydreaming, dreaming prayer, focused concentration can also be used to create awareness of what is going on and what needs to be looked at in real life. It is about allowing and creating space for things to come up to be transformed, forgiven, and let go of.
This may all be new to you, that is ok. Show up and allow. Sense the feeling or buzz in your body or the images to be there and literally have a chat with you. Listen in to the video that helps to explain this process and allow the transformation to start. You may need a bit more help, and that is perfectly ok. Seek out help from those who can help you to transform the energetic attachment to the history
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