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"I felt so good during the meditation, I just didn't want it to end!" --P. B.
"Following the meditations, my weeks have become much calmer and I'm feeling super more and more often." --L.S.
“I slept better than I have in a long time and woke up happy for the first time in ages, I feel great and it’s so good to feel like this!” --P
"I tried that video you put up recently and I really felt a sense of peace as I watched it. So I gave it a go and it feels great. Thanks for sharing." --S.Q
There are many forms and many ways to meditate. For some it is sitting still, for others it can be chanting, walking, kissing, painting, dancing, knitting, cooking... It is a soulful activity that awakens and aligns one's breath and presence.
You can set an intention before you meditate for the day such as: ”I am peaceful,” or “I complete all my work satisfying by 5pm” etc… Play with it! One intention per day is enough to begin with. It is also fun to ask yourself, "What is my highest intention today?" Then close the eyes, feel the flow of the breath for 12 breaths and see what comes to mind.
It is natural to want to see results straight away AND YOU WILL. During the meditation the body and mind will calm and after that same day more peace will be observable in your life. In addition, it has a cumulative effect, so although challenges may still arise but you’ll be able to handle them with increasing ease.
I also offer The Z Point Process for True Peace of Mind developed by Grant Connolly, which is an effective and powerful technique to help release emotional attachment. This meditation practice can specifically help release emotional issues such as money, childhood, trauma, sex, heartbreak, fear….
How meditation works:
The simple practice of sitting down somewhere and observing one’s breath can prove amazing results. Smiling, crying, worrying, happiness, peacefulness are all human states, accept whatever you are feeling. Just accept yourself and all that is and see how calming it can be!
Meditation also opens up the heart and can expand the feeling of love. Love makes life more interesting and enjoyable. Love connects you to life, to your true essence and enables you to connect more deeply with those you meet; those you’ve known all your life and those you meet for the first time. It offers a doorway to feeling fully present in a safe, fulfilling and balanced way. The heart space is the space beyond right and wrong, beyond judgment, duality and fear. It offers freedom and oneness with the moment
Groups and one off meditation gatherings are held regularly and are open to all ages and meditation experience levels.
Here is a video of a meditation upon delight- for uplifting and greater harmony with your day and life! click here to do direct to YouTube to view video
Meditation helps one feel more relaxed, at peace and present.
It is incredibly effective, for example, breathing in and out with pauses in between, while focusing on love, enables one to realise more love in life. Being aware of the breath keeps you in the now.
There are many varieties of meditation. Allow it to be easy and enjoy!
Meditation is a real gift. Some of the benefits include:
- Awareness of a deeper calmness in the air that surrounds you.
- Being in the now = feeling the moment fully.
- Increase your natural healing power.
- Positively connect with life.
- Deepen spiritual awareness.
- Tap into your inner wisdom, receive guidance and answers.
- Sleep more peacefully and wake up feeling clearer.
- Events and ideas flow more naturally.
- Less blockages, negative mindset and fears.
- Easier to move through challenging moments and return to peace and clarity.
- Increase the peace and love in any environment.
Meditation is a great way to access and experience this silence. Once you know this place, you can revisit it with ease. Sometimes calm music helps. Three breaths are short enough to stay focused and long enough to imbue a benefit. Give it a go a thousand times throughout your day and week and see for yourself.