Meditation Library

We have over 44 meditations on the following topics:

Slimming Down; Finding Your True Self; Stress Management; Spirituality
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“John of God Healing Current Meditation”
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“Consciousness: The Way out of Pain” excerpts from Eckhart Tolle, The Power of Now

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“Casa de Dom Inacio Prayers”

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“Transforming Negative Sense of Self”

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First hour is meditation.
Second hour is…”Special Guest Interview: Dr. Gwen Evans Shares her John of God Experience”

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“Casa Prayers”

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Excerpts from “Taming the Tiger Within” by Thich Nhat Hanh

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Excerpts from Stillness Speaks by Eckhart Tolle

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No special guest this week but this episode features excerpts from

“Stillness Speaks” by Eckhart Tolle

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“Car Accident – Crushed Ankles “

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Special Guest:  JEAN FRITCHIE.  Jean talks about her John of God experience and the issue she had asked for help was

“Renewing Passion in Your Marriage”

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Special Guest:  LINDA WAGNER shares her many John of God (Medium Joao) experiences and talks about how it feels like going home again every time she visits Medium Joao.

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Meditation Tips

If you’ve found your way to this page then you are seriously considering establishing a meditation practice. Congratulations!  You’ve taken the first step

First Step:

Deciding to do something to improve the quality of your life – be sure to check out our Dare to Meditate program for just $38.

Meditation is a great way to balance a busy lifestyle with the peace and harmony we all long for.  What I’ve found works best for me is to meditate first thing in the morning otherwise life gets in the way and meditation gets moved to the bottom of the list and left for tomorrow and we all know tomorrow never comes.

My other favorite time to meditate is late in the afternoon around 4-5pm when I am feeling sleepy but it’s too late in the day to take a nap without goofing up my bedtime schedule.

I spend time alone in Morning Meditation daily for 50-60 minutes.

  • nice mug of coffee
  • essential oil – digestzen or peppermint
  • blanket
  • my 2 dogs
  • my 2 CASA crystals
  • quiet
  • and off I slip into bliss to create the perfect day

And some time during my day, late afternoon or evening, I try to sit quietly for 20 minutes.

  • comfortable chair
  • nice, relaxing music or nature sounds outdoors
  • cup of tea or water
  • special “clear negative energy” crystals
  • essential oil – Past Tense by doTerra
  • and off I slip into bliss to unwind from my lovely day
Second Step:

Choose your level of commitment.  Whether you meditate every single day with us or once a week decide in advance what day and time you are going to meditate and STICK TO IT NO MATTER WHAT.

The key is to create a regular, consistent meditation practice.

Tony Robbins has a great golf story and shares with us that sometimes when nothing is working a 2 millimeter shift is all you need to go from horrible to a world champion.

Doing something is better than doing nothing at all.

Third Step: 

Prepare the space.   Things you may need:

*yoga mat or sitting cushion (either can be found on www.ebay.com or www.amazon.com)
*eye pillow/mask
*timer
*access to your computer
*earphones/earbuds
*neck rolls (I got mine for $10 at the chiropractors office but you can roll up a towel to put under the crook of your neck and your lower back.
*pillow for under your knees if lying down

Some people like to meditate sitting, others like to meditate lying down.  I prefer lying down.  If you aren’t prone to falling asleep lying down is fine, but if you have a tendency to drift into lala land easily you’ll want to sit on the floor or in a chair that’s not too comfortable.  Experiment.

Either way create the space.  Having an alter is nice with a candle, matches, special picture or memorabilia.  The more convenient it is the more likely you are to stick with it.

I meditate in the middle of the living room floor, the rocking chair or outdoors depending on weather, so don’t feel like you need a special spot or else it won’t work.

Fourth Step: 

Invite a friend, whether virtually or in real time.  Research shows follow through is higher when you buddy up with someone.

I hope you’ve found these tips helpful.  Are you feeling inspired to begin?  Click here to get immediate access to our 28 day meditation program:  Dare to Meditate.