Meditation

The art of meditation is practiced for many reasons: the fundamental principle of this holistic discipline is ‘awareness’ or ‘mindfulness’; a state in which your mind is free from distractions and everyday chatter.

Meditation brings a feeling of inner peace, calm, serenity, focus and clarity.

Meditation derives from Buddhist practice and has been adapted in a way which has made it very popular in the Western world. To practice the art of meditation you do not need to belong to, or believe in any particular Religious or Spiritual system.

The regular practice of Meditative techniques can help you cope better with whatever problems life is throwing at you, be they personal problems or health/physical problems or stress and anxiety.

There are a number of Meditative techniques and styles having a common thread which relies on the process of contemplation and reflection, the method you choose is down to personal choice.

The following meditative styles are just a few which Julie regularly delivers to groups and individuals:

  • Meditation on the breath.
  • Candle meditation.
  • Colour meditation.
  • Sound meditation.
  • Animal mediation.
  • Walking meditation.
  • Guided meditation.

Meditation is a most relaxing and fulfilling practice which improves the quality of life by cutting down the internal chatter from the mind which in turn brings physical and psychological benefits such as:

  • Improved sleep quality.
  • Improved sense of well-being.
  • Lowering high blood pressure.
  • Lowering stress levels.
  • Improving lung function.
  • Increasing energy.
  • Improve concentration and focus.
  • Improve immune function.

Julie can guide you through the process of meditation to help you bring alignment to mind and body. A short Meditation Course of six weeks duration can help you find the clarity, peace and coping mechanisms for the easier life experience you deserve. To find out when the next course is being help please contact.