5 Tips and Advice for New Meditators

Hello how are you? Today I wanted to share some top tips for those new to meditation, although this may be a helpful reminder to more seasoned meditators too. 


This week I have taught around 50 people meditation and interestingly about 25 of those had never meditated before. I’m super excited by this and delighted that many people are now looking to support themselves in this way. I could harp on all day about the benefits of meditation (I’ll save that for another blog ;)). 


As we start meditation for the first time we can encounter so many things and I wanted to give some top tips and dispel some myths too. 


Tip 1: Distractions are normal. Yes I know we think we have to be seated still cross legged, mind clear like a buddha however this isn’t really the case. Our brains are primal and their first goal is to keep you safe. So your brain will be running all sorts of thoughts to stop you from sitting still. You may get frustrated...

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I am Medicine Woman

I am medicine woman, mother, wife, friend, self.

I support and share love.

i shine light on others capacity to heal.

Through nature, energy, spirit, plants, oils and sacred living.

Sacred living, connecting to and honouring life, death and mother earth.

As I support others healing mother nature rejoices.

She gives us thanks.

As we vibrationally move to love the planet can heal and move to love.

As I support others to take self responsibility we allow mother nature to support those who cant.

I am an encourager of love of living a life that feels precious and purposeful, because it truly is a gift.

Today I step into my medicine woman self.

My medicine a gift to the world channeled and shared through me.

My role to support others in finding peace within and peace outwith.

Medicine, the field of health and healing.

Let's rise, Heal, Find health and deep connection.

FOR WE ARE ALL ONE ............................


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Control, Structure, Routines and Anxiety

It is human psychology that we need routine and structure to feel safe. But when we are anxious sometimes this can lead to controlling behaviours, OCD tendencies and upset and frustration that we cannot stop our world or control our world from changing and evolving.

You may have seen or heard online various things about what you can and can’t control Stephen Covey shares 3 circles, the circle of control the inner circle, circle of influence things you can influence but may not have direct control over, then the circle of concern (sometimes known as the circle of no control.

When dealing with anxiety structure can be so valuable. Building in repetitive routines, actions and a lifestyle that supports you. Creating your non negotiables for health. This could be things such as morning meditation, not drinking alcohol, getting to bed by a certain time, going to a weekly yoga class. This sense of structure and self-care is nourishing and supportive.

When my anxiety was at its peak I...

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