Chakra Meditation for Anxiety/Depression

The present moment isn’t always a place of rest. Chakra Balance/Meditation can put us in touch with our stress and anxiety, and that’s why it can be so helpful. Explore how mindfulness and meditation can help soften feelings of anxiousness, reduce stress, and calm a panic attack with our new mindful tips to meditation for anxiety.

Anxiety is our body’s way of saying, “Hey, I’m experiencing too much stress all at once.” This happens to the best of us. But, when that feeling of being “always on alert” becomes background noise that doesn’t go away, that’s when it’s time to seek help from The Total Rejuvenation Center here in Scottsdale, AZ. Mindful Meditation & Chakra Balancing for anxiety is a growing awareness that can help you navigate the many ways that anxiety can disorder your life.

Calm Anxiety/Depression in Three Steps:

  1. Open your attention to the present moment.The invitation is to bring attention to our experience in a wider and more open manner that isn’t really involved with selecting or choosing or evaluating, but simply holding—becoming a container for thoughts, feelings or sensations in the body that are present and seeing if we can watch them from one moment to the next.
  1. Focus on the breath.Let go of that widescreen and to bring a focus that’s much more concentrated and centered, so narrower, on breathing in one region of our bodies—the breath of the belly, or the chest, or the nostrils, or anywhere that the breath makes itself known, and keeping that more concentrated focus
  1. Bring your attention to your body. move out to become aware of sensations in the body as a whole, sitting with the whole body, the whole breath, once again we move back to a wider and spacious container of attention for our experience.

According to some research, when you can create a little space between yourself and what you’re experiencing, your anxiety can soften. But, if you get too used to that low rumble of stress always being there, it can gradually grow, creating a stress “habit” that is detrimental to your health and well-being. Consequently, when we get caught up in patterns of reactivity, we create more distress in our lives. This is why it’s so important to discern clearly the difference between reacting with unawareness and responding with mindfulness.


Mindfulness is the basic human ability to be fully present, aware of where we are and what we’re doing, and not overly reactive or overwhelmed by what’s going on around us.

Leading expert Victoria Mogilner at the Total Rejuvenation Center in Scottsdale, AZ describes it as “awareness that arises through paying attention, on purpose, in the present moment, non-judgmentally,” adding: “in the service of self-understanding and wisdom.”

When you become aware of the present moment, you gain access to resources you may not have realized were with you all along—A stillness at your core. An awareness of what you need and don’t need in your life that’s with you all the time.

When you become aware of the present moment, you gain access to resources you may not have realized were with you all along—A stillness at your core.


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Chakra Meditation Hour Balance $95(retail $155)

A 20-minute guided meditation for the chakra that needs the most attention. Following the meditation, a personalized hour session will take place, which includes smudging, aura cleanse, chakra inquiry, and the assistance of any crystals and/or oils needed. Each chakra will receive energy through touch.

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