For the years that we have been practicing and facilitating Sound Journeys + meditations, I have reflected that the most beautiful aspect of holding space is witnessing others come to deep stillness, reacquainting them with their True Nature. Often they come back into the present space and moment, with a look of bewilderment, wondering how long they were ‘gone’ or where they ‘went’, or just that that level of relaxation is even possible. Thinking of this makes me giddy with joy. We live is such a world of doing, that the concept of just being seems foreign to so many of us. Creating time and space to reconnect to the very essence of who we are, is powerful medicine, bringing balance and order the body, mind + spirit. The more we enter this space, the easier it becomes. We begin to recognize the nature of who we are, releasing the story of what we do, the how and the why of those things and reintroduce ourselves to our innate wisdom. We begin to release our resistance to life’s flow and instead enter willingly into its currents. Ironically, as we embody this inner stillness, our capacity to to ‘do’ becomes easier. Our body and mind become clearer vessels, allowing physiological functions to balance, emotions to stabilize and clarity within our thinking. By doing less, we can actually do more. It’s the medicine or stillness.