Intuitive Energy Practice guided meditations and online courses
Start with our free Intuitive Energy Practice Basic Tools meditation. This foundational recording shares the essential tools used in all other guided meditations and courses.
Intuitive Energy Practice guided meditations
Intuitive Energy Guided Meditation: Access Your Personal Power
This guided meditation, using Hale Pule's Intuitive Energy Practice, is designed to teach you how to stay focused in the joy of the present moment.
Intuitive Energy Guided Meditation: Suffering, Sweetness and Abundance
This guided meditation, using Hale Pule's Intuitive Energy Practice, is designed to help you let in infinite amounts of sweetness and abundance and let go of emotional pain.
This meditation will download as an mp3 after purchase.
Intuitive Energy Guided Meditation: Food Attachments
Do you use food to make yourself feel better? Are you drawn to eat things that you know are not good for you? This guided meditation, using Hale Pule's Intuitive Energy Practice, is designed to allow you to release the binds to what and how you eat so you can develop a harmonious and healthy relationship with food.
Intuitive Energy Practice online courses
Pranic Awakening: An online course in Intuitive Energy Practice
This three-part online course uses the Intuitive Energy Practice tools in line with the purusharthas, or the four goals of life outlined in the Vedas. Working with the purusharthas allows you to understand your unique spiritual journey, clear karmas, release attachment and enjoy the real purpose of life.
This course will show you how to establish a set of foundational tools from our Intuitive Energy Practice and use them to realize your dharma (self-expression), kama (pleasure and enjoyment of life), artha (prosperity) and moksha (spiritual liberation, or mastery of life).
Intuitive Energy Practice Course: Cultivating Abundance
This course will download as three files, each about one hour long.
Intuitive Energy Practice Course: Teaching IEP
This course will download as four digital files, each about one hour long.