The Hug Meditation
Complete Collection • 7m 22s
Hugs are unique in that they can actually drop adrenaline & cortisol levels and allow us to return to a place of balance.
Wouldn't it be nice if we could harness the power of a hug without needing anyone to be around?
That's what this meditation is for. Use it whenever you're feeling lonely, overwhelmed, a bit anxious, or just looking to support your body in feeling safe.
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