Aquarius Season Air Element Meditation

Tune into those high-minded, “one love” vibrations with an Aquarius Season air element meditation.

Unlock your inner genius—or take time to ruminate on your most visionary ideas! Try this meditation while the Sun plugs into Aquarius’ charging station. Aquarius is one of the zodiac’s three air signs (along with Gemini and Libra).

Aquarius elemental power

While you’re settling back for this breezy Aquarius season air element meditation, have a think: Do you need to make a peace offering? Aquarius’s harmonious vibes can help you smooth over any rough patches in your most important relationships.

Divided as the world may be, now is the time for finding common threads—and weaving the uncommon ones into a patchwork quilt. The four weeks of Aquarius season are an ideal time to collaborate and reach across the aisle. You never know what game-changing innovations will emerge when everyone in the chorus is allowed to have a voice.

Aquarius Season Air Element Meditation

Tap into the quirky, disruptive and revolutionary vibes of Aquarius, the zodiac’s eleventh sign. There are two meditations from which to choose ( depending on how much time you have): one is 10 minutes and one is an hour.

You could use the 10-minute one to supercharge yourself throughout Aquarius season. And you could use the hour-long one when you have more time to devote to your meditation practice. 

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Brooke Dabalos

Brooke Dabalos (BrookeDMusic.com) is a musician, songwriter, poet, artist, intuitive medium, author, and Bay Area native. After a move to Portland, Brooke dove into healing arts and meditation practices, exploring a childhood interest in spiritual wisdom. With the encouragement of mentors and family members, she began to share Intuitive Readings, Mediumship, Past Life Regression, and spiritual workshops as TheLadyofLightning.com in 2014. She self-published her first book of poetry and spiritual tools, Lightning Thoughts, in 2017, and opened The Lightning Center, a space for healing and community gatherings. She recently moved to New York City to work on her seventh album and second book, Something in the Sky: True Stories and Tools for Transformation.