What to Expect

In this guided mindful meditation to ease anxiety, Rev Michelle shares what helps her when fear and worry take over. She hopes it will be a useful addition to how you care for yourself.

Rev. Michelle believes just about anything can be a creative mindful meditation.

  • Step into the present moment with breath and gentle movement.

  • Discover and learn a way of breathing specifically designed to ease feelings of anxiety.

  • Guide loving attention to places in the body where we hold anxiety.

  • Invite time in quiet that’s perfect just the way it is.

Course curriculum

  • 1

    Video Instruction

    • Anxiety Reducing Meditation with Rev Michelle Hubbard

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    • Rev. Michelle Recommends


Rev Michelle Hubbard

Rev Michelle Hubbard is an author with a journey that includes law school and legal career in California, moving to Hawaii and becoming a sought after law school admissions consultant and successful Realtor then ministerial training, eventually returning to California to become a Leadership and Transformation specialist, certified art therapy coach, speaker, teacher and author- whew!

As she faced life in her new yet old home state, Rev Michelle experienced grief, depression, and anxiety. In fact, it often seemed they were her only friends. While all of her teachings said meditation was the way to ease her mind Michelle struggled to quiet her thoughts and be in the silence. She discovered combining meditation with prayer to be in mindful meditations focused on breathing, coloring, creative writing, forgiveness and more, soothed her worries. These creative mindful meditations allowed insight to emerge because her thoughts were distracted.

Learn more about Rev Michelle at Scared AND Sacred and Law Admissions Consultant .

What’s so Great about Meditation?

Numerous studies have proven the benefits of meditation.

Benefits include decreased stress, improved concentration, lower blood pressure, and reduced symptoms of anxiety and depression. Who wouldn’t want some of that?! But what if meditation is just another time to fight with your thoughts, feel like you’re not doing good enough… and end up more stressed than ever? Mindfulness meditation focuses on being intensely aware of what you're sensing and feeling in the moment- without interpretation or judgment.

Science is discovering that creative activities like coloring, drawing, journaling, and writing, have the same beneficial effects as other forms of meditation. Practicing mindfulness involves breathing methods, guided imagery, and other practices to relax the body and mind and help reduce stress.
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What Students are Saying


The video which included yes breathing helped me get through a panic attack

Marilyn Desroches

I felt as though michelle was looking right at me. It felt personal and soothing. I wish I had this information sooner. Thank you so much

I felt as though michelle was looking right at me. It felt personal and soothing. I wish I had this information sooner. Thank you so much

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