By Max Highstein • About 12 Minutes
When we have trouble finding hope, it’s impossible to truly enjoy life. And when we have struggled for a long time, hopelessness can set in and be difficult to clear. Hopelessness can stay onboard with us for so long that cobwebs start to form. Then we can forget what hope even feels like. At that point it can take an outside stimulus to shake off hopelessness, and bring us back into the light. This gentle guided imagery program can provide that stimulus, and help us find hope.
This unusual program takes the form of a story, in which we’re searching for an old friend, named Hope, in a town in the midwestern US, called “New Hope”. When the word associations and metaphors in this guided meditation find their way into us, something magical occurs.
Although we can loose touch with hope, it’s always still there within us, waiting for us to connect. If hope and optimism has felt absent from your heart for too long, use this program to re-connect, and find it.