Category: Health / Fitness
Meditation has now become a practice that is quite popular in the Western world among people from all walks of life. The practice meditation leads one’s mind to be stilled and free from stress, supporting increased awareness and improvement of physical and psychological health. It may be thought of as quiet prayer without petition, bringing the body and soul into quiet rest. Through the process, one experiences the fruit of deepening and expanding their sense of presence. Regular practice will promote a sense of calm and control; supporting a general sense of wellbeing, increased energy, concentration and self confidence.
As an alternative or as an addition to the quite seated meditation practice referenced above, Mantra recitation utilizes the power of sound; the primary instrument of creation. The letters in the language of Sanskrit, like other ancient languages carry a vibration that when recited reverberate in one’s own body and environment; taking on the quality of that vibration. While the system begets from the Vedas, it is not necessary for one to change their faith or religion in order to practice this form of meditation. This type of meditation can assist you in dealing with the material concerns and the necessities of life. Whether it be relationship or career issues, physical or psychological health problems, financial struggles or a desire to help another, this type of japa practice can help.
I have practiced and taught a variety of meditation practices for over 15 years. While I have
Relevant Education / Credentials
CEU in Transformational Meditation teachers Training, training and practice throughout my BA education at Burlington College in Transpersonal Psychology,my MS at University of Wisconsin-Stout in Helath Psychology, my certification in Spiritual Mentoring through Claritas Institute as well as being integrated into my studies at other institutions as well.
Years Experience: 15