Planting Seeds Meditation
One week ago today, Memorial Day marked the "unofficial" start of Summer. The change in season is a perfect time to set new intentions in your life. This meditation will help you plant your intentions like seeds in the soil, bringing your goals into clear focus.

This guided meditation is great for beginners. You can perform this meditation as often as desired, but it is recommended you stay with the same intentions each time in order to truly nurture your seeds.

Set aside 10 minutes of your day to think about what you would like to manifest in your life!

Here you go:

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Julie Rader holds a BS in psychology from Union college and an MS in exercise physiology from Northern Arizona University. Expanding beyond her academic study, Julie spent 33 silent days learning Kriya Yoga under Swami Janakananda then traveled to India to meet her guru, Swami Satyananada. She continues to study with Shiva Rea and Sianna Sherman and finds ongoing inspiration from her parents and her husband, Matt. These teachers gave Julie the gift of "Mukti" -- inner liberation -- the principle on which she founded Mukti Yoga School, a teacher training and advanced practice endeavor. Julie has served as an elite lululemon ambassador since 2007, was named as one of "8 Angelenos You Should Know" by LA Confidential Magazine in 2011, and has developed unique yoga study tools you can explore on her website muktiyogaschool.com
About the Author
Julie Rader holds a BS in psychology from Union college and an MS in exercise physiology from Northern Arizona University. Expanding beyond her academic study, Julie spent 33 silent days learning Kriya Yoga under Swami Janakananda then traveled to India to meet her guru, Swami Satyananada. She continues to study with Shiva Rea and Sianna Sherman and finds ongoing inspiration from her parents and her husband, Matt. These teachers gave Julie the gift of "Mukti" -- inner liberation -- the principle on which she founded Mukti Yoga School, a teacher training and advanced practice endeavor. Julie has served as an elite lululemon ambassador since 2007, was named as one of "8 Angelenos You Should Know" by LA Confidential Magazine in 2011, and has developed unique yoga study tools you can explore on her website muktiyogaschool.com
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