Benefits of Active Meditation™

Active Meditation Techniques™  are built exclusively for  Intuitive Energy Medicine

These principles are designed to increase one's level of certainty (intuition), as well as heal and maintain one’s own energy space by bringing the mind, body and spirit into alignment through vibration energy therapies.  These effective Active Meditation Techniques™ go beyond traditional meditation or Mindfulness practices that focus primarily on quieting the mind, regulating the rhythm of breath and relaxing the body.

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In some cases, the conventional approach of medicine has focused primarily on the biomedical.  Intuitive Energy Medicine incorporates the whole person: mind, body and spirit.  The emphasis is on the client or student actively participating in their own healing, by learning how to shift and maintain their own energy fields for better health and wellness.

Clients and students report the following therapeutic benefits:

  • Reduced stress, tension, fatigue
  • Increased weight loss (feeling lighter)
  • Increased sense of happiness (re-energized)
  • Increase of energy
  • Relaxation
  • Improve sleep patterns
  • Relieved and reduced symptoms of pain
  • Increased self confidence
  • Support in creating life-style changes for improved health and wellness. 

In some cases, reported symptoms are drastically reduced or eliminated entirely, while doctors are unable to make a diagnosis.


“A daily meditation practice, for even just 10 to 20 minutes, actually creates changes in those parts of the brain that promotes happiness, positive thoughts and emotions.”   In addition, “. . . managing chronic pain, lowering blood pressure (boosting your immune-system activity, critical for diabetics in wound healing), and coping with anxiety and depression.”

Dr. Beth Cohen, PHD, Psychology

“For cancer patients, meditation has been proven to reduce anxiety, pain and improve psychological well being and quality of life.” (Biegler, et al 2009).

Penny Widmaier, RN