Mindful Meditation ~ Your Perfect Summer Day

Good morning beautiful! It’s week 8 of the Bikini Series! By now you’re feeling strong, fit, and mindful. I’m beyond grateful I’ve been able to share this journey with you! I hope you’ve enjoyed all the meditations as much as I’ve loved creating them and sharing them with you. Remember you can revisit them anytime HERE! Throughout this series, we’ve explored mindfulness together as a community. We’ve looked inward to release our creativity and focus on self-love, and we’ve looked outward to appreciate our surroundings and find gratitude. I’m so proud of you for taking time for yourself ✨

To celebrate the Bikini Series, I wanted to do a very positive meditation ~ visualizing your perfect summer day ☀️ Even during the summer, it’s not always possible to get outside and soak in the sun. Maybe you’re stuck in the office all day or it’s cloudy outside. I’ve found that on these days, it helps to visualize yourself getting that daily dose of vitamin D. Imagine those unforgettable summer moments when you’re laying on the beach, by the pool, or on a blanket in the grass. Let those memories bring you the same peace and joy. 

 Close your eyes, relax, and enjoy today’s meditation.

Sending you so much love & light 💛

xxo,

Karena

PS; What’s your perfect summer day? Tell me in the comments! Mine is going for a hike with Bobby and then reading by the pool!

You can also watch on YouTube and Apple TV HERE!

COMMENTS 5

  1. Love this meditation….especially since I’ve done it two days in a row on my deck with the sunrise! Birds chirping, roosters crowing and only a few cars…I live in the country! :)

  2. This was my first time trying a mindful meditation and I loved it! I envisioned I was back in Paris laying in the grass at the park listening to the birds chirping. It was very relaxing.
    Thank you Karena.
    -Karina

  3. I love this mediatation. Thank you for making it for all of us, Karena! My perfect summer day would be laying on a blanket in the grass, soaking in the sun and reading a book in a hammock with the sound of a breeze through the leaves of the trees it is attached to.

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