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Each guided meditative journey is intended to lead you through an experience that can support you in your life. It is important to listen actively and participate in the journey. Then you will reap the highest rewards possible. While being made, the audios were embedded with the intention that each of them serves the individuals who would experience them. You can listen many times and be supported in many different situations.

Please do not listen to them while driving, using machinery, or otherwise distracted. You deserve to give yourself an uninterrupted period of 20 minutes to enjoy the experience. Adding an additional 10 minutes afterwards to debrief or make notes is recommended.

Note: These journeys are not self-hypnosis or meditation. They are not intended to replace emotional or medical therapies. If you have physical or emotional issues you are encouraged to see an appropriate service provider.

These products are audio downloads only and are not available as physical CDs. They cannot be downloaded directly to your mobile device. Please download them to your computer first. Then move them to your mobile devices. All recordings are fully copyrighted by law with all rights being reserved by Krysta Gibson.

An all-encompassing affirmation

When I first learned about affirmations I got frustrated. People would give me an affirmation for this and another one for that. Before I knew it I had 10 different affirmations going on. How was I supposed to focus on anything? I figured there had to be one affirmation I could use that would cover everything. I asked a teacher about this but he said he didn’t know about such an affirmation.

When I saw him a week later, he handed me a sheet of paper and said, “Here’s that one affirmation you wanted!” Sure enough, someone had come up with just one affirmation that covered everything. I have used this for years. It is one of my favorite things to say to myself. The other day I was clearing out some old boxes and I found that piece of paper. It’s 27 years old. I had forgotten that it has an explanation of the affirmation. I have no idea who came up with this and the paper doesn’t have an author. So, if it was you: thanks!

Here’s the affirmation as well as the explanation that was given. The paper calls this “An all-embracing affirmation to speak and to realize.”

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