Moon cycle 24/3, 2020 – 22/4, 2020:
Welcome to a guided Yoga Nidra

At 6am we meet in the collective space. We meditate at the same time. We raise the awareness together. Thank you for showing up!

We start our new meditation round on New Moon on Tuesday the 24th at 6am. Link to use: access or download the guided Yoga Nidra

A yoga nidra is a meditation for a deep relaxation. It is a state between deep sleep and total consciousness.

A little more time let go of things, energies and heaviness that you don’t want to carry anymore. To create space for New Moon, for the new to take place in you. To manifest a seed in your fertile soil, to manifest what you want to dream into your life.
Your world. Dream Big!

Of course, if you do have your meditation practice with a personal mantra or technique, stick to it! This is only a suggestion for those who are exploring the ocean of meditations.

Most important is that we are uniting our meditation at the same time to empower the raise of vibration. We sit until 7.00 so if you can’t start at 6.00, join in when you can!

And start all over again. Preferably for 60 minutes. (Shorter time is also ok)

We do this until 22rd of April.

Good luck and if you have any questions please contact me.

Lots of Love!


About Moonlife morning meditation

The Moonlife morning meditation is a joint practice that takes place every morning at 6am. We meet and we meditate together in the collective space. By doing it at the same time, with the same focus, we raise the vibration together! By doing it together, the positive impact on each individual and society is multiplied.

We begin again at the start of each moon cycle, with a new focus. Guidance and acknowledgment of participation is shared on via Facebook.
With love, welcome to join!

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Join the movement – Moonlife meditation

Let’s raise the vibration together through meditation in the collective space!
In tune with the natural cycles of the moon, we do it daily.

“The only way to save the world, get the ordinary person on the street to meditate”
– Yogi Bhajan