We have all seen the reports of studies that show the benefits of meditation for those who undertake 8 week courses. But studies are just numbers. The feedback forms I have were written by real people. People I got to know over the 8 weeks. People who came to me with their struggles and their triumphs. I am so privileged to teach meditation.
Do you sit to meditate and get so frustrated by the noise in your head that you simply say to yourself “I can’t meditate. I have too many thoughts!”? Or have you gone to your teacher and said “This isn’t working. I’m wasting my time. I have too many thoughts. I just can’t meditate!”? If you have, then this is good news. Really.
I know … I know. I said there wasn’t going to be a post today. But since gratitude is the theme for the week and I realised that there is a really big reason for being grateful this week, I thought I would do just a really quick one. So … it’s two years since I officially […]
This post is a little different. A bit chattier. To let you know where I’m at and to share with you some amazing people who have helped me along this healing journey. To show you the social support I’ve been able to embrace to help me get well. And well I am. I feel better than I’ve felt for … years … decades … And to let you know about an exciting blogging course that’s about to start!
It’s ANZAC Day here in Australia. The day to commemorate the lives of Australians (and New Zealanders) lost in war. And there are ceremonies both here and in Turkey to mark 100 years since the landing at Gallipoli. For me, it’s the commemoration of the end of another type of struggle. It’s 20 years TODAY since I […]