One thing I’m not, is a spiritual guru levitating around in a robe, although I do have the legs for it. I’m a sceptic. I had always associated meditation with religion or having to join a cult. I was also under the illusion that meditation and mindset practices were about clearing your thoughts which is basically impossible, it’s not about this at all.
Throughout my life both at work and socially, I had never felt like I was operating at my fullest potential. I always felt I could be more productive, happier, and more intelligent.
The turning point to get me to learn to meditate was when I realised that experiencing anxiety and negative thought patterns weren’t things we just had to push through. I saw the science supporting meditation and the importance of our mindset and figured out that not only do most of the high performers around the world meditate, but you can do it anywhere and still remain engaged in the world.
After experiencing the benefits both personally and in people around me I decided to learn to become a teacher.
My aim is to normalise meditation and get as many people doing it as possible. So many of us are missing out due to lack of understanding or resistance from the weird stigma attached to it.
If you are keen to learn more about the practice click here to join an upcoming intro talk or to book in a quick phone chat.