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There is a wealth of information available on the benefits of meditation. I am one who’s life has been substantially improved by learning how to meditate and practicing consistently. By stilling the body and relaxing defenses, we allow ourselves to tap into a kind of restorative, healing energy. Yes, there is a bit of science and soul with meditation – and perhaps a bit of that mumbo-jumbo too. But the benefits can no longer be dismissed or ignored. Meditation is worth exploring.

Ask yourself this: do you live by the assumption that “if x happens, then I’ll be happy”? Think back 10 years ago and what was your x at that time… passing exams? getting married? earning a certain salary? owning a home? Now remember when x happened – were you happy? Importantly, was that happiness sustained or did you soon find yourself working toward a new and different x?

Many of us spend our entire lives this way: working for one thing after another, always believing the next x will be the things that brings us happiness. But, this equation is wrong.

If happiness is what you want, then your real job is to be happy now, in this very moment.

Easier said than done? Perhaps, until you learn the tools and techniques of meditation that enable you to create maximum potential for happiness.

Since my illness, I have spent years studying and applying various meditation techniques. My work with many clients has allowed them to develop their own approach to meditation. I want to work with you so that you, too, can benefit from these time-honored and respected tools for happiness and well-being.