Frequently asked questions.

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  • Why Meditate?

Meditation will activate a wide array of mental and physical wellbeing benefits and create subtle shifts in your being. These can range from simple and relaxing to transformational and life-changing. Regardless of how often you meditate, you will benefit. You can meditate as a quick fix, as daily maintenance, or to transform your life. Visit the about meditation page, ask yourself “why meditate” and listen to the answer.

  • What type of meditation do you teach?

This meditation is a 'Being' technique. In this effortless technique a mantra is used to systematically go beyond the level of thought and access finer states of being & an inner silence that results in a deep state of rest. This deep state of rest is designed to reduce stress, increase awareness & capability to meet the demands of daily life and improve overall wellbeing. It establishes a deeper connection to yourself, others and nature.

  • Why do I need a teacher?

Nothing can replace the hands-on experience of learning in person from a qualified teacher. The experience is far more personal, detailed, and impactful in making meditation a daily habit. Also, the relationship between a teacher and student creates a powerful bond that supports ongoing personal development and commitment to the practice.

  • How do I know if I am ready to start meditating?

When there is inquiry & desire to change; A sincere wish for personal growth & evolution. An honest interest to learn to meditate that comes from an inner curiosity & a willingness to practice is a sign. If you look at what is possible with meditation and become curious to take a course, you are ready.

  • What is holding me back from learning to meditate?

Generally speaking - Fear of the unknown. What generally prevents a person from learning to meditate is the fear of change. Paradoxically, what generally leads a person to meditation is a deep desire to change. Once you understand meditation you will let go of the perceptions & assumptions that hold you back and open yourself up to your true potential.

  • What is a mantra?

A mantra is a sound / vibration that is designed to take you to a quieter state of being. The process of resting your awareness on a mantra, allowing your mind to wander and then effortlessly returning awareness to the mantra creates the conditions for deep rest.

  • What if I have never meditated?

This is perfectly fine. The course is open to all levels. It is effortless and requires no experience. The best place to start is where you are at. Practising meditation is simple & natural, anyone can do it.

  • What if I already meditate?

This is perfectly fine. This technique meets you where you are at. It takes into account your previous experience & wisdom, and all the ways you already meditate. It continues to enhance all aspects of your life and creates a deeper connection to an existing practice.

  • Is meditation difficult?

Learning and practising meditation is a process that requires a change of habits & the willingness to prioritise self. The benefits are gained through action - The regular & repetitive practice of doing nothing - Of simply Being. Doing nothing is easy, prioritising self is a choice. The more you give (to meditation) the more (benefits) you receive.

  • Will meditation change me?

Meditation enhances your personal growth and evolution. Increased awareness, improved health, better sleep, greater physical & mental performance…all change for the better. Meditation will enable the change that allows you to become a better version of yourself. For a longer, healthier, more fulfilling life.

  • What if I already have what I want & need in life?

Life continues to change at a fast pace; take your life to the next level. Add a habit that will have a positive influence on all aspects of your life. If you truly have what you want & need, it might be time to step up & into your full potential and purpose for the planet. Become a leader, set an example and be a part of the solution - For the greater common good.