I remember the day I discovered a space of profound inner calm as if it was yesterday, not 40 years ago. A sunny Sunday morning. A knock on our door. The dogs charging at it, barking like mad and a tall, thin chap nervously retreating but still managing to say “good morning, I am Michael. I’ve come to introduce myself and say welcome to the village“.
Well, what a day it turned out to be. Michael not only introduced us to the local pub and the locals, but having recently returned from an extended stay in India he also introduced me to meditation. That introduction has turned into an everlasting gift.
During the 25 years that I have been in professional practice in Warwickshire and the Cotswolds, I have shared with many clients a simple and effective way of entering that inner space of calm without ever using the word ‘meditation’ to describe it. It goes back to what I consciously began to learn all those years ago, and of course to wisdom from centuries before.
Especially with what is happening in the world right now, it is never too soon to deal with things that trouble you. There are many ways of unwinding, moving on and beginning to heal.
There is something healthy and practical that you can experience for yourself and within yourself – if you apply what you learn. And what an experience that can be