Meditation may be an ancient tradition, but it’s still practiced in cultures all over the world to create a sense of calm and inner harmony.
Although the practice has ties to many different religious teachings, meditation is less about faith and more about altering consciousness, finding awareness, and achieving peace.
These days, with the greater need to reduce stress during our busy schedules and demanding lives, meditation is increasing in popularity.
Although there isn’t a right or wrong way to meditate, it’s important to find a practice that meets your needs and complements your personality.
There are nine popular types of meditation practice:
Not all meditation styles are right for everyone. These practices require different skills and mindsets. How do you know which practice is right for you?
Therefore, I love teaching a 4-week course and allowing each of the popular practices to unfold, thus enabling each person in the group to feel what they resonate with best of all and be encouraged to practice what makes them comfortable.
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