A Meditation for Resolving Inner Conflict!

I just finished the first 56 hours of my Kundalini teacher training and I was inspired to vlog about the importance of a committed spiritual practice. In this video I offer you a Kundalini meditation called Inner Conflict Resolver Reflex. My intention is to help you commit to your own daily practice, no matter your starting point. Begin right now with this meditation.

You can also join me this Friday in LA or Livestream for my Love & Miracles lecture with Mastin!

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Gabrielle is the best-selling author of Spirit Junkie and Add More ~ing to Your Life. Check out her forthcoming lecture, God is My Publicist.

  • Bibi

    I have real trouble understanding how meditation works. I’m just stupid 🙁

    • Leah Binkley

      Meditation is focusing your attention on reflection or just focusing your mind.
      Meditation is what you make it- find a place where you feel at ease, sit or lie down and close your eyes and try to focus your mind.

  • Phil Garcia

    Congratulations on your 7 years of sobriety. As a recovering addict and alcoholic myself, I will be approaching 10 years in January. 

     I can’t express how grateful I am for someone like you who is willing to be so authentic , transparent and genuine on your blogs and Meditation videos. This in itself resolves inner conflict. 

    Your a beautiful soul first and obviously you have had a psychic change as it truly relates to being of service to others with your meditation wisdom. I like many, struggle with meditation. That being said, I am one who needs to explore the over 140 forms of meditation. 

    I spend 2 hours each morning on my spiritual practice, not including my fellowship.  I use boxing as my form of mediation. Yes, sounds like an oxymoron, but if you think about it, it requires the proper breathing, the utmost concentration along with the continuation of learning a craft. Meditation as you have just demonstrated contain many of the same elements. I am becoming much more interested in the practices of Yoga and many other forms of meditation. Thank you so much for keeping it real Gabriell. Your an inspiration to all. Love, Peace and Inspiration.Felipe.

  • Bella

    Thank you for sharing and congratulations on your 7th year anniversary of sobriety! 🙂 I’m looking forward more meditation blogs. I actually changed eating habits and stopped drinking early this year to start a new spiritual path. I’ve been meditating few years now, I think it’s amazing what it has done to me. We’re constantly changing, and I want it to be for the better…There seems to always be something new, something exciting to learn. Thank you 🙂

  • Kurvygirlz

    Congrats on seven years sobriety. God bless<3