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Ruby Jo Walker Meditations to promote resilience

Meditations for support



These meditations take 2-4 minutes and will support your trauma work with clients.

  • Creating Safety for the Practitioner (2 1/2 min) — This meditation is to support the practitioner when they are struggling with their own sense of safety, perhaps because of a life situation or a trigger.  This meditation can be repeated as a way to support practitioners in their own nervous system deactivation. 

Creating Safety for the Practitioner


  • Cultivating Presence (3 1/2 min) — This meditation is to be used to support practitioners in sending the signal of safety to clients. It also supports the regulation of the practitioner. This meditation  can be repeated as = a way for practitioners to hold the intention of strengthening presence in their work with trauma. 

Cultivating Presence


  • Feeling “Enough” (3 min) — This meditation is to support practitioners in "feeling enough.”  Not feeling enough can lead to practitioners being less their own true essence, which is the gift they have to offer their clients. This meditation can be repeated as a way to support enoughness. 

Feeling “Enough”


  • Trusting the Process (3 1/2 min) — This meditation is for practitioners to use when they are feeling overly responsible and pressured in trauma work. This meditation can be repeated as practitioners need to support their own trust in the process. 

Trusting the Process


These meditations take 2-5 minutes and will help soothe your nervous system.​


  • Strengthening Attachment Capacity  —  (4 1/2 min)

Strengthening Attachment Capacity


  • 3-3-5 breath — a nervous system reset to practice anytime and many times per day  (2 min) 



  • Taking in the good — a way to shift our state and move out of “what is wrong” thinking (2 min



  • Self-compassion — a way to support loving kindness to oneself to shift states (5 min)



  • Mindfulness 2 min — a way to learn to be present



  • Mindfulness 5 min — a way to practice being present 



  • Gratitude — another way to begin to shift the physiology and attitudes (2 1/2 min)

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“RubyJo has such a vast store of knowledge about neurobiology and how our bodies – not just our brains – react to all of the varying experiences in life and it is clear that she loves sharing that knowledge. It’s that second part that makes her a great teacher.” 

– Mandi McKinley, Operations Director, Alternative Horizons Corp.

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