What is Meditation?

Meditation is the art of being fully present. It’s a systemic process of training the mind without controlling thoughts but simply being a witness to any that arise without judgement. It brings better awareness of self and induces peace of mind.

The Many Benefits of Meditation.

There are plentiful studies documenting how meditation has benefits for our physical, mental and emotional well-being.

A regular practice has been shown to promote relaxation, lower blood pressure, enhance concentration and performance, manage stress, improve confidence and invoke compassion with a deep appreciation of our interconnectedness.

How do we practice Meditation?

You could be sat on a chair, sitting on a cushion on the floor, laying down or even walking.

Within my sessions we practice breathing techniques. effective ways of positioning yourself for comfort and mudras (hand and finger gestures or positions).

I practice and teach a variety of meditation techniques including zen, mantra, healing circle, loving kindness, visualisation, chakra, laughter, mindfulness, trataka (gazing), ho’oponopono and deep listening.

The wonderful thing about meditation is that it requires no kit and no particular space – simply the intention to practice wherever you are.

Despite lockdown I continue to deliver meditation sessions for the corporate world and many varied groups online via video conferencing such as Zoom.

Marsden Meditation Group

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