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A global leader in transformation, Dr. Andrea Pennington is an integrative doctor specializing in longevity, mindfulness meditation and positive psychology. A bestselling author and TEDx speaker with multiple appearances on Oprah, Dr. Oz, CNN and LUXE-TV, Dr. Andrea is passionate about teaching you how to live with increased vitality and passion by becoming a master of your own life force energy and wellbeing. Enjoy these guided meditations! Visit www.AttunementMeditation.com for free e-books and other special downloads, workshops and courses. Made with love.

Guided meditations by Dr. Andrea Pennington Guided meditations by Dr. Andrea Pennington

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A global leader in transformation, Dr. Andrea Pennington is an integrative doctor specializing in longevity, mindfulness meditation and positive psychology. A bestselling author and TEDx speaker with multiple appearances on Oprah, Dr. Oz, CNN and LUXE-TV, Dr. Andrea is passionate about teaching you how to live with increased vitality and passion by becoming a master of your own life force energy and wellbeing. Enjoy these guided meditations! Visit www.AttunementMeditation.com for free e-books and other special downloads, workshops and courses. Made with love.

    In times of terror and tragedy, we are called to love | An interview with Sister Jenna

    In times of terror and tragedy, we are called to love | An interview with Sister Jenna

    Following several terror attacks and police shootings, Dr. Andrea sat down to speak with Sister Jenna of the Brahma Kumaris, Founder of the Meditation Museum. To gain support and guidance for dealing with the sadness and trauma while we bring more compassion to the world we are called to love, and love more deeply.

    • 35 min
    Day 21: Kindness creates confidence, profundity & love ~ Lao Tzu

    Day 21: Kindness creates confidence, profundity & love ~ Lao Tzu

    Kindness in words creates confidence, kindness in thinking creates profundity & kindness in giving creates love. ~ Lao Tzu| As we embrace and express the new attitudes of loving compassion for ourselves and every being on the planet, we gain a new sense of clarity and confidence. We recognize our shared humanity and truly respect that everyone desires happiness and freedom from suffering. It is with this recognition that we can more generously send out love and peace to people everywhere on the planet.



    As you have taken the time to look deeply into your own heart you may have seen the reflection of pure, basic goodness shining back. For some of us, this creates a deep appreciation for the tenderness and preciousness of life, and inspires us to show up authentically and love more deeply.

    • 14 min
    Day 20: When we know how to listen to our hearts, we can listen to the hearts of others ~ Stephen Covey

    Day 20: When we know how to listen to our hearts, we can listen to the hearts of others ~ Stephen Covey

    When we listen to our own hearts we can listen to the hearts of others. ~ Stephen Covey| Is your inner voice critical or compassionate?

    We’ve heard from experts that each of us is born with our own version of genius. We are unique, have a distinct X-factor and we each possess some precious value all our own. So why are we often so critical of ourselves? And why do we sometimes tear others down with our criticism.

    Whether spoken aloud or simply thought, our inner voice tends to come from the ego, or social self. And more times than we are proud of, this voice can be really mean.



    So beginning a meditation practice can often bring us quiet time where we find ourselves up close and personal with our inner critic. As we persevere with sending ourselves heartfelt wishes of happiness and allow ourselves to be seen from the eyes of compassion something shifts. We begin to soften. And over time we can hear the still, sweet voice of our heart and soul whispering how lovable we are, just as we are.

    • 14 min
    Day 19: Every time you smile it is an action of love ~ Mother Theresa

    Day 19: Every time you smile it is an action of love ~ Mother Theresa

    Day 19 | ~ Mother Theresa: Every time you smile it is an action of love ~ Mother Theresa|Become a Smiler to spread joy and love in the world!

    Touched by the sadness or suffering of others makes us want to do something, we want to take action, to help. But with so many global problems needing immediate attention, where do we begin? How can we make a difference in a world so plagued by chaos or calamity?

    It begins with bringing more love to our immediate surroundings. The greater the presence of love in the world, the greater the chances that those who perpetuate wrong action will switch sides.



    Some research shows that when a small percentage of a population focuses on peace and harmony the violence and crime rates drop. By getting into the vibration of love and compassion we can influence the energy of our communities and maybe even our nation.

    In addition to practicing this compassion meditation with people around the world, you can take small measures yourself to bring more love to the world.

    • 13 min
    Day 18: As you travel through life, offer good wishes to each being you meet. ~ The Buddha

    Day 18: As you travel through life, offer good wishes to each being you meet. ~ The Buddha

    Day 17 | ~ Thich Nhat Hanh: To love our enemy is impossible |Self-love can heal our enemies, too.

    In a time with endless wars, economic stress, racial profiling and political uprising it is easy for us to label others as bad or evil. Suddenly we have more enemies than any other time in history. Hatred seems so justifiable.

    And yet, the most intelligent among us repeatedly say that it is our compassion for our enemy that will set us free from hatred, stealing, war and corruption. So, we are all sad, enraged and full of vengeful emotions. But vengeance will not solve the problems of racism or displaced anger, rage and hostility. We are reminded of the grace of Gandhi who suggests instead, that we should “be the change we want to see in the world.”

    Can we allow our pain, anger and frustration to motivate and inspire us to carry peace and tolerance forward? Can our collective enlightenment empower the aggressors, who in their ignorance, pain and confusion project hatred toward others?

    • 14 min
    Day 17: To love our enemy is impossible ~ Thich Nhat Hanh

    Day 17: To love our enemy is impossible ~ Thich Nhat Hanh

    Day 17 | ~ Thich Nhat Hanh: To love our enemy is impossible |Self-love can heal our enemies, too.

    In a time with endless wars, economic stress, racial profiling and political uprising it is easy for us to label others as bad or evil. Suddenly we have more enemies than any other time in history. Hatred seems so justifiable.

    And yet, the most intelligent among us repeatedly say that it is our compassion for our enemy that will set us free from hatred, stealing, war and corruption. So, we are all sad, enraged and full of vengeful emotions. But vengeance will not solve the problems of racism or displaced anger, rage and hostility. We are reminded of the grace of Gandhi who suggests instead, that we should “be the change we want to see in the world.”

    Can we allow our pain, anger and frustration to motivate and inspire us to carry peace and tolerance forward? Can our collective enlightenment empower the aggressors, who in their ignorance, pain and confusion project hatred toward others?

    • 16 min

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