Often when starting a meditation practice people don’t realize what’s ahead of them. There’s many challenges, pitfalls, preconceived ideas and questions that arise at various stages of meditation, and so making it work can be very personal.
People are inspired to meditate for various reasons, but unfortunately many times they struggle and give up… Not because they weren’t open to trying it, but because they had no support from someone with experience.
One of the most important aspect to making meditation work is practice, but it’s not the only one. Having support from someone with a depth of experience is highly valuable in your meditation journey. When you’re faced with resistance and challenges it provides the kind of support an app cannot give you.
Private instruction from an experienced teacher can save you a lot of time by helping you to identify not only your personal challenges and mental resistance, but also making your practice more effective by helping to make your experiences more tangible.
The key to meditation working…
…is consistent practice. But the key to consistent practice is feeling tangible results.
In the beginning experiences can sometimes be very subtle and therefore missed. I specialize in helping you recognize these subtle effects (that you’re already having) so you can build on them.
What brings you to meditation in the beginning is often an idea, but what makes you continue are your experiences. When you recognize results it motivates you to continue.
With over 18 years dedicated meditation experience I’ve developed a very intuitive and effective approach to helping people just like you feel greater peace, clarity and purpose in their lives through meditation and mindfulness.
You are part of something far greater than yourself.
I am dedicated to this work, because I know that what you can achieve is so much greater than you realize. The Peacekeeper Project is dedicated to the uplifting of humanity, and you’re in a position to make a significant contribution, and you don’t have to do anything more than make meditation and mindfulness work in your own life.
When you’re more calm, focused and present you’ll naturally impact the people around you in a more positive way. Think of how much more you can be for your family, your children, your friends or your workmates or employees.
I believe one of the most powerful things you can do, not only for yourself, but for the people around you, is to learn to meditate.