Meditation

Meditation brings many benefits to those who practice. It helps solve problems like:

stress
insomnia
physical pain
hypertension
post-traumatic stress disorder
depression
anxiety
relapse
fear of failure
anger

Meditation also strengthens the positive aspects of life:

wellbeing
peak performance
energy
positive relationships
positive motivation
insight
healthy behaviors (diet, exercise)
quality sleep
conscientiousness
resilience
life satisfaction
happiness
curiosity
creativity
gratitude

In short, meditation is very good stuff!  Of course, you already knew that because news reports have made this information clear for years now, and you're the type to have paid attention to that.

However, it's one thing to know that meditation is good for you, and another thing to practice it regularly.

That's where I might be useful to you. I'm a regular guy with stress, pressure, natural laziness, and a tendency to want to find the shortcut solution to any problem if I possibly can. And yet I meditate daily, despite those facts (or is that because of them?).

As a regular guy, I've learned strategies which are both straightforward to practice and highly effective. When I teach meditation, I do so while keeping in mind your challenges with stress, time pressure,  and your motivational reality. Together we find practices which truly fit you, and which help you so much that you naturally keep coming back to them.

After learning Mindfulness Meditation from it's founder, Jon Kabat-Zinn, I practiced and taught Mindfulness for a decade. Then I encountered a newer form of meditation called Mindful Self-compassion while on a retreat at a desert monastery. Mindful Self-compassion meditation resonated deeply with me, and so I sought and trained with the founders - Kristin Neff and Chris Germer.

I think you will love learning Mindful Self-compassion because it brings a kind and comfortable warmth to the present-in-this-moment practice of mindfulness, and is deeply healing.

Please contact me if you would like to learn how to practice Mindful Self-compassion Meditation in my conveniently located Fort Worth office.