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Video Meditation

A Guided Meditation on Sweet Surrender

Dawn M. Rivers, founder and owner of Daybreak Yoga in Bedford, Ohio, guides a 12-minute meditation on letting go as the path to empowerment.

We think of success as the product of striving and grinding, but in this guided meditation, Dawn M. Rivers offers a peaceful new perspective on the word “surrender.” The founder and owner of Daybreak Yoga in Bedford, Ohio, she says releasing control can be a pathway to true empowerment. Here, a meditation that helps you find the power of letting go.

Follow Dawn on Instagram @DawnMRivers or at dawnmrivers.com.

See also: Why It’s Time to Replace “Letting Go” with “Letting Be”—& How to Start