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Guided Meditation

Try this Meditation for Kinder Self-Talk

Love yourself—and say so! Spiritual coach and meditation guide Kimberly Campbell urges you to speak to yourself with kindness. 

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“Would you talk to someone you loved the way you talk to yourself?” Kimberly Campbell, founder of The Fit Gurl Studio, says we tend to be much harder on ourselves than we are on others.  She encourages you to turn down the voices in your head that are critical, shaming, or unkind—and turn up the volume on affirming self-talk. This meditation is designed to help you calm the inner critic, and show yourself some love. 

Follow Kimberly for weekly meditations on Instagram: @thefitgurlstudio

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