A Simple Meditatation – Just One Minute Benefits your Mind and Body

Close your eyes. Breathe in and out slowly. On the in-breath  say, “I breathe in love.” On the out-breath  say, “I breathe out stress and worry.” Allow yourself to relax each muscle as you do so. Continue to breathe with these words as a simple one-minute meditation.

Even if it is only for a minute, your body and mind benefits greatly.

While you relax and meditate ... Focus on the soothing sounds of the waves hitting the sand on the beach.

While you relax and meditate … Focus on the soothing sounds of the waves hitting the sand on the beach.

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Our Angels were Definitely with us During my Heart Chakra Meditation Class!

My heart chakra meditation class yesterday was a heavy dose of positive love! Our angels were definitely there helping us ~ Just as the meditation timer sounded, the time left read 14:44 and then our candle went out.

The number 444 (according to Doreen Virtue’s Angel Numbers 101) means that Thousands of angels surround you at this moment, loving and supporting you. You have a very strong and clear connection with the angelic realm, and are an Earth angel yourself. You have nothing to fear—all is well.

What a fantastic way to end a meditation. I am ready to do it again!

Send Love to the Universe via your Heart Chakra

A long time ago, in another lifetime, I was a metaphysical teacher. I taught a three-hour meditation to young children that culminated in our group reaching such a high vibration that we were able to see spirit guides and angels. These angels were working with us to spread love throughout the universe. My classroom was white with light-colored wooden floors. Everyone dressed in comfortable, white clothing. Beautiful music filled the room. The ceiling glowed in a wonderful shade of lime green. Everything took on a green hue. The sun radiated through the frosted windows. It was the perfect setting for meditating from the heart.

Holding love in her hands, Hawai'i

I greeted each student lovingly as they enter the room. I treat them with the same unconditional love as if they were my own children. Soon, we were all sitting in one large circle in the middle of the classroom. Each of us rested upon a soft pillow and sat in the yoga lotus position. Our knees touched, we were that close. We all held hands and allowed our head to drop down towards our chest. As we got comfortable, I began the meditation. I was excited to reach our goal to raise our vibration and see our guides and angels. What a privilege…

This information is based on my lifetime as Aleena. Her story is Chapter 1 in my book Life is Just another Class – One Soul’s Journey through Past Life Regression.

Find out more about Aleena (and how she taught this class), by helping me get my book published. How? By following, liking, pinning or linking to one of my social media outlets –  www.karenkubicko.com. If you would like to read a sample chapter today, I can send you the pdf for Chapter 9 via email. Chapter 9 is the story of my lifetime as Howard Duish from the 1600’s. BONUS! I include excerpts from seven additional chapters so you can learn how Howard made an impact in my current lifetime. Register HERE to receive your chapter today. Each follow brings me one step closer to being published. Thank you for your love and light!

Waves at the Ocean ~ Breath of the Earth

While meditating on the beach breathing in the warm salt air …

Pacific Ocean Wave in Hawai'i

Breathe in … Splash … Breathe out … Splash. Waves moving rhythmically against the beach are the Earth’s breath. Each time the wave hits the shoreline, it is likened to a nice long breath. Slow. Even. Meditatively long yoga breaths. These relaxing, repetitive waves are constantly in motion. They never stop. The water is always in motion. Just like the breath of each human, it is an instinctive, involuntary action. Sometimes, it gets a little rough to breathe. Sometimes, the waves get a little rough too. When we breathe in fresh clean air, breathing is easier. When we keep our water clean, the waves flow smoother. We are a part of this Earth. Breathe deeply and feel connected. We are one.

How is your breath today?

Take a nice long breath slowly in and relax. Exhale.

Calm Pacific Ocean in Hawai'i

Learn About and Experience a Past Life

Have you ever wondered…

Can you really heal from remembering  a past life? Can you have the near death experience without really dying? Do  you watch over your loved ones after death? The answer is yes to all these  questions. How do I know? I have experienced it over and over through past life  regression. And that is just the tip of the iceberg.

If you have any questions on how past life regression works, etc. please post them in the comment section here and I will try my best to answer them in a future blog post.

From time to time, I offer classes locally. Link to my website for more information.

Let me help you feel comfortable experiencing your own past lives.

A beautiful faint double rainbow, right in my backyard.

Mindfulness Meditation Linked With Positive Brain Changes, Study Suggests


What a great study! Thank you! I am interested to see if you think that long-term meditation could be one way to help those suffering from Multiple Sclerosis? Those with MS have issues with myelin – maybe regular meditation would complement or enhance their current treatment? Additionally, it is fascinating how mediation creates the Maharishi Effect. So while meditation effects a person internally, it effects us positively in an external way as well.
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

Dream Day in Paris

I read an article the other day that said everyone should write their own horoscope. I thought, what a nice way to do a little law of attraction work. Some horoscopes are written for a year, month, week or day. This gave me the idea to write about my perfect dream day. I challenge you to write (or even daydream about) your dream day.

(Just letting you know that Sponge Bob’s song “The Best Day Ever” just popped in my mind. I think I listened to that CD one time too many when my kids were younger.)

Today, I am working on the social media aspect for my book: Life is Just Another Class – One Soul’s Journey Through Past Life Regression. (Every author should have a platform across the internet and beyond.) Are you interested in finding out more about my book? You can be one of the first to read Chapter 9 – the story of my lifetime as Howard Duish from the 1600’s. Plus, I include excerpts from seven additional chapters so you can learn how Howard made an impact in my current lifetime. I am writing this book as a tool to help you feel comfortable with remembering your own past lives. Sign up for chapter 9.

My Dream Day:

I wake up just in time to see the sunrise. As I look out the window over Paris, I breathe in the fresh air and smile. I start my day listening to a Deepak Chopra meditation. It is so nice to get in touch with your inner self. I pick up my phone and read my daily random affirmation as I take a walk down Rue Bonaparte to the local patisserie. You can smell the patisserie a block away – they have the best croissants. Yum. Their pastries are always so good. I walk back to my rental and write for a few hours. Then I check and update my social media, read an article on the quantum physics of the Maharishi effect and go over the speech I will be giving later.

Checking the time, I gather my painting supplies and walk out the door. The Louvre is having a special oil painting class today. The focus is on Mary Cassatt’s work and I am really looking forward to it. As I walk by the French Academy of Painting, I make a mental note to see what classes they offer. I arrive at the Louvre just in time. Painting class is fabulous, the smell of oil paint and thinner adds to the ambiance. I am sorry the class is only an hour.

It is 1pm now, just in time for lunch. I stop by one of the street venders and pick up a ham and cheese on baguette sandwich. I eat as I make my way across the bridge over the Seine River. Just as I get to the other side, I hear a concert echoing from a performance nearby. I recognize the sound of the harpsichord among the instruments. My favorite! I stand awhile, taking in the sound of the music. What a nice treat.

IOrange Sunset - Perfect end to a day get back home and check social media again while waiting for my children to Skype me online. I chat with my kids for a while. It is always nice to hear about their day, too bad they could not come. I get ready for tonight’s speech. Tonight I am talking about my book, Life is Just Another Class, taking questions and reading a short experiential meditation to a crowd of about 500. At the end, I announce the opening date for the movie (based on my book) and I am excited to tell the Parisians of the donation I will be making to their local children’s science center. I sign many books and speak to as many guests as possible. I just want everyone to feel comfortable experiencing their own past lives.

I take a short taxi ride back to the rental and relax. As I crawl into bed that evening I say, “What a fabulous day.”

My Mandala

During the week of September 12, 2011, I began to put together my website, my business cards and a few social media sites. I quickly realized I needed a photo or some kind of cool image. I sat at my computer thinking of what I could possibly use. I looked up and saw my mandala hanging on the wall. “Hmmm,” I thought, “That might work.” It was my very own mandala.

I had just come back from a fabulous weekend conference sponsored by the Hay House (a publisher). They said all new and emerging writers need social media. I said, “Okay.” I started jotting down ideas on the plane ride home.

My mandala is pretty, colorful and meaningful … a choice that is so much more than just a drawing. My kids and friends agreed this should be my symbol online. Besides, I now had an instant image to use consistently throughout my social media.

I remember the inspiration that pushed me to draw it. During the summer of 2011, I found a local class that taught how to draw mandalas. Unfortunately, I could not attend. I was a little disappointed, but I still felt drawn (pun intended) to create my own mandala. (I am an artist … I have to try it.) Not knowing how to go about it, I looked it up on Google, of course.

A few days after that, my daughter had two friends over to the house. The one child, I knew, was into metaphysical stuff (he dabbled with the pendulum), so I asked them if they were interested in drawing the energy part of themselves. They agreed. I pulled out the bin of colored pencils and cut copy paper into large squares. The mandala website recommended a few dots in a circular pattern to help guide the layout of the image, so I penciled on some dots.

We all sat down at the dining room table. I did a quick guided meditation to get them in the right frame of mind, turned my iPod onto my favorite metaphysical music by Steve Halpern and grabbed a few of the colored pencils. The kids and I drew for about an hour. They came up with some very interesting ideas. A mandala design can contain anything.

I think mine represents the chakras – individual, yet flowing together.

When we were finished, I told them that when they feel a little stressed, they can look at their mandala and it will help them relax. It is relaxing since it reminds them of the love that came from deep within their own true self.

Take a moment and do a Google image search for “mandala”. You will find many intricate, beautiful pieces of art. Get inspired and draw your energy. Whatever comes to you is for you. It all comes from deep within you. Get out your pencils, paint, chalk, pastels, crayons or markers and draw one today.