There is power in numbers and creating intentions. Coming together with
a shared intention can have
profound impacts on our lives, our communities, and our universe.
Meditating in a group is very powerful,͟
says Gabrielle Bernstein, New York Times bestselling author and motivational speaker.
The shared intention of the group elevates each individual. When one or
more gather with the intention to heal and grow, great shifts can occur. The group’s collective energy has a massive impact on the world.
People have been coming together to set positive intentions for years. From Gandhi's non-violent movement against discrimination and toward harmony that freed hundreds of millions with the simple
intention of peaceful action; to the diverse community meditations and prayers for peace after 911 that continue annually on September 11; to flash mob meditations, where spontaneous participation in
sudden bursts of collective silence draws attention to communities globally.
No matter the size or scope of the group meditation or intention, the idea is to plant seeds —big or small— for a better world.
Group meditations can also help you:
Strengthen your connections
Support one another
Learn: New meditators can learn a great deal from those who have a practice, while experienced meditators can learn a lot from guiding and helping beginners
Stay motivated and committed to a regular practice
Soulful Meditations offers group meditations
every Sunday at 7pm at Revive Wellness Spa located in Flushing at 6429 W. Pierson Rd
The soul investment is $10
Feel free to drop in
I am available for private lessons, community and corporate group lessons and workshops, and can customize any workshop to fit your needs.
If you are interested in Soulful Meditations coming to your location please reach out to Melissa at
Melissa, was awarded her
meditation and mindfulness teacher certificate from the Meditation Teacher Academy at the McLean Meditation Institute in Sedona Arizona.
"Meditation is so beneficial and can enhance anyone’s physical, mental, and emotional wellbeing," says Melissa
Melissa first learned to meditate 9 years ago and found many benefits including more focus and concentration, better sleep quality, and an overall happier outlook on life. "More and more businesses and individuals are turning
to meditation and mindfulness practices
as a way of managing stress, and for their life-changing, proven benefits.
Anyone seeking to reduce stress and feel more vital can benefit from a daily meditation and mindfulness practice," says Sarah McLean, of the McLean Meditation Institute. "I highly recommend Melissa as a trusted
teacher of meditation and mindfulness who will offer her community an effective
method for stress-reduction and well-being