The power in meditation.
Meditation changed my life. It can change yours too. I would like to write THE END there but that’s not necessarily very helpful ????
Yesterday I was featured in an article on meditation and it’s efficacy in treating mental health issues (in The Age and the Sydney Morning Herald) as a case study for someone who has experienced the benefits of meditation.
It’s been so interesting the feedback I have received (all positive by the way 🙂 ) about the article because I certainly don’t consider myself an expert on the topic – maybe instead a willing student and advocate for the wonderful gift that is meditation.
I’m very grateful to be in a position to be able to share that.
The best advice I have for anyone who has been thinking about doing it, is to stop thinking about it and simply just start. And know that NO-ONE can meditate when they first start. It’s called a practice for a reason, because we have to practice to become better, to learn how to train our mind and to really start to realise the benefits (although you will notice improvements within a few short days).
But stick with it, and your life will transform, as you transform – from the inside out.
Really delighted to be able to share this message in The Age. And I am eternally grateful to my teacher, Grandmaster Dr Issam Kadamani from the International College of Meditation & Healing for teaching me the way.
Fiona Redding is the founder of The Happiness Hunter, co-host of #BusinessAddicts The Podcast and author of The Happiness Hunter’s Guide to Meditation.
Based on leading research, metaphysical principles and her own real life learnings and experiences, The Happiness Hunter will teach and empower you to change your life with the strategies, tools and mindset shifts required to live an abundant, successful and healthy life, full of passion, joy and meaning, and free of stress and anxiety.
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