What could silent meditation do for you?
Join meditation teacher and intuitive counsellor Sonia Wynn-Jones to explore the ways that silent meditation can uncover the stillness and strength buried deep inside you. In this six-episode interview series with Natalie Cooper, Sonia shares the experiences that shaped her own relationship to meditation and sheds light on the numerous benefits of this quietening, grounding, strengthening and healing practice.
Acceptance is the ability to deal with something, someone or a situation, which is often negative, in a positive way, without attempting to change the outcome. It is when you decide NOT to take action, or try to change something or someone, or an outcome. It is accepting what is.
In the current political and economic climate, it is no wonder there is a state of fear and apprehension in the world today; but whatever the reason for our fear, apprehension and stress there are some practical things we can do to help ourselves through times of chronic stress and distress.
When starting to meditate for the first time, many people have no idea what they might experience – they tend to think that meditating is for relaxation only and that is often the prime reason people come to learn this quietening practice. In fact, it is so very much more than that.