If you knew that there was something that could help you heal deeply. Something that could change your life in so many ways, beyond what you could imagine, would you be willing to go for it? To be open to try something new?
What if you found out that this thing is free and that you can do it whenever and wherever you would like to do it and all you need is 10-30 minutes a day?
This magical Healing tool is meditation! Meditation has changed my life and it can most definitely change yours!
Meditation came into my life permanently about 6 months into the grieving process after I lost my mum. I had meditated many times before but had never stuck to it, as I never quite knew what I was supposed to be doing and thinking I was doing it wrong each time as I couldn’t ever clear my mind of incessant thoughts. But this time it was different, I was in need of some deep healing, something to ease my mind of the constant replays of mum’s death and I needed an escape from the reality I was facing without her.
I started by following an app with guided meditation but I struggled to visualise the journey they were taking me on but I still pushed through as much as I could. It wasn’t until I moved to a small coastal town in New Zealand that I found a lady’s number on the wall in the local supermarket for a weekly meditation group that I knew I had to attend. By attending her group, It opened me up to a whole new world of spiritual healing. I started practicing daily and noticed the benefits immediately, gaining more confidence, easing my anxiety and depression, easing the constant mind chatter, it gave me so much more awareness of my thoughts, who I am and helping me understand the grieving process and that I could still have a connection with my mum. This I know now was the big driver for me to keep going.
I soon enrolled in a certificate in Meditation Therapy and it blew my mind! There was so much more to meditation I had no idea about and so, so many benefits I could not wait to share with those around me. I didn’t want to stop learning so I enrolled into a diploma of Holistic counselling, then onto my Masters, something I had always wanted to do but never thought I would until my mum passed. When learning in school about the detriment of stress on our mind and bodies it broke my heart again, everything I had learnt was what my mum had gone through. She was e