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Motivational Meditation for 2022 based in Greek philosophy

2022 Best Motivational Video to Start Your Year ! This Motivational video is a positive, empowering message that you can replay at any time of the year whenever you feel the need to refresh your memory. This is a deeply relaxing motivational video, based on the Wisdom of Greek philosophy (including Stoicism and Marcus Aurelius ).

MEDITATION HEALING RELAXING : OPEN YOUR HEART & BRING MORE LOVE IN YOUR LIFE

Today, I am going to speak about how you can let more love into your life. First, I will share with you, some ideas about how to increase the amount of love you are experiencing, Then I will do very powerful exercise with you, to open up to UniversalLove, and allow it to flow into your heart and your whole body. If you like this short film, share it with your friends, and also support my work in producing these short films, through: PATREON.COM/Alkistis where you also get to watch/listen, without advertisement interruptions : )

WHO ARE YOU REALLY? This Guided Meditation Will Inspire Your Own Answer #Plato #ReIncarnation

What if you're asked: "Who are you?" The automatic response is to give your name and perhaps your profession or where you're from. By giving these details, you feel you've answered that question.

But the answer is incorrect. Your name, profession, where you're from isn't you. This guided meditation can inspire you to find our truth, beyond the persona you share with the world. It's based on Plato's "The Phaedo" .

Here he presents his argument for "metempsychosis", as well as a few statements about the ethics of obeying the law. He gives arguments for why the Soul is eternal and therefore cannot be destroyed, and migrates across different bodies. In "The Meno" he argues that this is how we should account for innate, a priori knowledge, and why we must act with Virtue/Honorably.

ASK THE GREEK ORACLE ”How will you know you‘re on the right path?” AMORFATI

You’re constantly second-guessing yourself. Because instead of choosing the comfortable, straight route, you went with your gut. You chose the haphazard, difficult-to-navigate route, and it's not easy. You feel stuck sometime, but how to get out of it? Watch this episode of "Ask the Greek Oracle", to find out, an answer informed by Greek Philosophy. Q&A returns with a viewer from Germany who asks, "How will I know I'm on the right path?" You'll be intrigued by the answer, and it may transform your perception for good.

RELAXING HEALING GUIDED STOIC MEDITATION, EPICTETUS, ”We are all actors on a stage.”

At the press of a button, you will find yourself on the mythical island of "Eudaimonia" for healing and relaxation...A virtual paradise with many secret gifts for you, including a meeting with a mysterious woman who shows you what your life is really about in a beautiful amphitheatre. (Note: You can always see the video of these guided meditations, filmed in Greece, here www.alkistis.net/blog)

RELAXING GUIDED MEDITATION ON GREEK PHILOSOPHY “Stoic Morning Routine”

One of the most advocated routines by the Stoics is to take time to look inward, examine, and reflect. The best times to do that? In the morning after rising and in the evening before you go to bed. Epictetus advises to rehearse the day in the morning, and then review your progress in the evening. At daybreak, we should ask ourselves a few questions, watch the video to find out what those are!

 

RELAXING GUIDED MEDITATION on GREEK PHILOSOPHY STOICISM ASMR “Stoic Resilience Training”

In today's relaxing guided meditation, we focus on how the Stoics used physical exertion as a way to practice and expand their resilience. Much like a muscle growing stronger with use, the mind can grow its ability to remain in a calm emotional state if repeatedly exposed to voluntary hardship. Epictetus used the analogy of “Hard Winter Training.”

#007 RELAXING GUIDED MEDITATION on GREEK PHILOSOPHY STOICISM, “Premeditatio Malorum”

In today’s meditation, we will reflect on the Greek philosophy practice, (especially the Stoic School ) of envisioning all the things that can go wrong, which the Romans later called "Premeditatio Malorum". Why should we practice this? A) To be better prepared B) To feel more grateful for all the things that are going well in our life.

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RELAXING GUIDED MEDITATION 006 GREEK PHILOSOPHY STOICISM “Everything You Have Is Borrowed”

In today’s meditation, we will reflect on the Greek Philosophy notion that the only secure source of happiness and freedom is your inner world. This is because everything outside of you can be taken away. Therefore, it is foolish to trust your happiness and wellbeing to that which is outside your control. Real power can’t be taken away—not by the economy or by an election or by anything else. A weak person is dependent on the moods of the crowd, on the stock market or on the weather, but a philosopher—a lover of wisdom focuses their happiness on their principles.

RELAXING GUIDED MEDITATION 005 on GREEK PHILOSOPHY STOICISM - Memento Mori

In today's relaxing, healing guided meditation we reflect on "Memento Mori"—the ancient Greek practice of reflection on mortality. It goes back to Socrates, who said that the proper practice of philosophy is “about nothing else but dying and being dead.” This death, of course, could be not only natural, but also the death of the Ego. Later on, the Stoic school adopted this practice, and named it "Memento Mori' in Latin, (Remberance of our imminent death). It was considered The key to our freedom—as Montaigne put it "....A person who has learned how to die has unlearned how to be a slave.”

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