The Power of Meditation with Sara Webb

The Power of Meditation with Sara Webb
Amy, the host of Butterfly Kisses, is a spiritual seeker who enjoys making a difference in the world. Growing up she always felt different and like she never truly belonged. It wasn’t until she started going inward that she found the love of God IS all of US! Now, as an Akashic Records Practitioner and the host of Butterfly Kisses, she helps others discover the joy of living their divinity through their humanity.

October 5, 2022

Sara Webb is a healer who helps people to get in touch with their inner power. In this blog, Sara shares how she overcame extreme trauma and learned to forgive. Through her journey, she found that for her meditation was the key to unlocking her true potential.

“Forgiveness allows you to take control of your life and your happiness.” -Sara Webb

Sarah Webb is a healer who helps people connect with the power within themselves.  Through her mediation practice, Sarah has learned to lean into difficult situations and see them as opportunities for growth. Sarah is an inspirational speaker who encourages others to live their best lives by appreciating the challenges they face.

Do you feel like you’ve tried everything to heal your trauma, but nothing seems to work? Are you exhausted from being told to “let it go” or “move on”? If so, this episode is for you.

In 2019, Sara got sober and came out of the closet. She had been raped by several men in 2008 and tried to numb out the trauma with alcohol. After getting sober, emotions she suppressed for years started to surface, leading her to find a meditation practice.  This new practice helped her to heal from the deep trauma she experienced and transform her life into complete joy!

In this episode, you’ll learn from Sara to—

  1. It is possible to forgive even after experiencing a traumatic event.
  2. Meditation can help you access the 99.6% of reality deep in your subconscious.
  3. Challenges and difficulties can be growth opportunities.

1. It is possible to forgive even after experiencing a traumatic event.

It is possible to forgive even after experiencing a traumatic event. The first step is to trust that the universe has you held and that this challenge is happening for your benefit. Forgiving does not mean forgetting or condoning what happened but rather letting go of the negative emotion attached to the event.

It is said that forgiveness is a form of self-love. When you forgive, you no longer allow the hurt from the event to control you. You are also opening yourself up to the possibility of healing. The act of forgiveness can help you to move on from the trauma and create a more positive outlook on life. 

Forgiving can be difficult, but it is important to remember that holding onto anger and resentment will only hurt you in the end. It is important to forgive for your own sake. By forgiving, you are taking control of your life and your happiness.

2. Meditation can help you to access the 99.6% of reality deep in your subconscious

During meditation, you shut off the 10 to 11 million sensory receptors your brain constantly picks up throughout the day. Mediation allows you to access deep subconscious information. It changes your brain waves to a slower frequency, similar to the first stage of sleep–alpha. 

Most of the time, your brain operates in beta frequency. When you feel stressed, you are in a high beta state. But during mediation, you access a higher frequency called gamma and theta.  During a night of deep sleep, your brain accesses a delta frequency making you completely relaxed, but you don’t necessarily remember what happens. By accessing more of your unconsciousness in gamma and theta, you can process more information and make better decisions.

 3. Challenges and difficulties can be growth opportunities.

Life doesn’t happen to us but for us. When you can perceive traumatic events from a higher, more loving perspective, it becomes a growth opportunity. 

By feeling through the difficult emotions (I call it feeling the feels), we move into a place of forgiveness. 

How do I do this, you ask? Great question! 

Sara shares several ways with us, such as journaling, talking to a therapist, or even talking to a trusted friend. Working through your emotions will help you to understand them and ultimately move on from the trauma. Then you can create a new story for yourself. You have to opportunity to redefine yourself and your life after the trauma. It is based on hope and healing, and you find new meaning in your life and a life you truly desire.

I’d love to hear about you and your experience with healing, growth, and transformation. Leave me a comment on how it went for you, or drop Sara or me any questions you would like answered!

Where to find Sara—

Website: SaraWebbSays.com

Facebook:@SaraWebbSays

Instagram: @SaraWebbSays

LinkedIn: @SaraWebbSays

Other Butterfly Kisses Podcast episodes you’ll enjoy:

Eps 57. Kim Hamer: 100 Acts of Love

Eps. 45. John Goff: A Story of Hope and Healing

Eps. 30. The Gentle Way with Tom T. Moore

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