‘Meditation and Mindfulness are becoming more popular as people look for ways to become more resilient. Learning how to meditate can transform your life and the life of others. Stress is a huge problem in today’s frantic world and one of the best antidotes to stress is to be found in the practice of meditation and mindfulness.’ (BSoM, 2020)
As a Meditation teacher, I support individuals personally and professionally in creating a firm mindset and solid coping skills. This is achieved by reassessing their habitual responses and prioritising what matters.
Learning to meditate has been shown to considerably alleviate stress. Studies have indicated that long-term anger and irritability is lessened with regular meditation sessions and replaced with harmony and tranquility as we relax.
Meditation also enhances interpersonal skills and builds social connectedness. Through our sessions, clients begin to develop and enjoy the strength of trusting oneself and others. Studies have also noted that meditators have stronger emotional bonds and more fulfilling relationships by showing tenderness and forgiveness to others.
Research has also identified meditation as effectively diminishing depression and loneliness, documenting a general improvement in participants’ disposition. Evidence shows ongoing meditation is associated with contentment and general satisfaction.
Regular meditators are also more contented, being open and receptive to fresh possibilities. Psychological studies have illustrated that meditation stimulates gentle appreciation and absorption of the present moment.
I am a passionate believer that Meditation offers amazing and limitless benefits which can start today and be continued for life.