The practice of mindfulness meditation is enriching but for many of us as soon as we close our eyes the seemingly simple task of stilling the mind feels daunting even impossible.
We might be interested in learning mindfulness meditation for many different reasons; to reduce stress; to heal grief, emotional pain, and trauma; to seek enlightenment! Mediation can also help us to tap into our creative potential, develop internal awareness and improve confidence and self-esteem.
During any meditation class, the teacher can show you simple mediation techniques that you can take home and practice yourself. I strongly believe that mediation does not have to be complicated or mysterious. It can be simple, easy, and benefit everyone.
Sometimes we might need inspiration or support in a mediation practice when we can get stuck or feel frustrated at “lack of progress” because we are not seeing the change that we hope for and mediating with another person can help. Co-meditation or one-to-one meditation can be a way to start, explore or progress your mediation practice within a supported context if you are stuck in your personal mediation practice.
What you can expect from any Meditation Class?
- ask questions, work through questions any feelings of being stuck in a supportive environment
- feelings of trauma, pain held in a supportive environment
- techniques to process difficult emotions, thoughts, trauma
- increased creativity