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Breakthrough, a 1-hour transformational healing meditation. As we navigate our daily lives, we often get stuck in the same places over and over again. We meet the same recurring challenges in our relationships, the same fears, the same frustrations, the same aches and pains. Some obstacles seem impossible, like it's our destiny to remain stuck, repeating the same mistakes over and over again. In today's meditation, we dive a little deeper, stir up still waters, break through walls, transform pain, resolve the past, repair DNA, breathe new life into every part of our selves, and begin to flow effortlessly toward our truest and highest forms. Use this meditation daily, ideally first thing in the morning, until you experience a profound and lasting change. If you have a specific goal or intent, bring it to mind now. If not, simply direct your attention toward your own quiet stillness. This podcast uses audio technology that affects the brain, so please use headphones and do not use this podcast while driving or operating machinery. Remember that we are not licensed health care practitioners, and we do not claim any specific health benefit from using this podcast. You are responsible for your own health. Now, let's begin.
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