Bringing Meditation Down to Earth
Living in the world today is difficult. Stress, anxiety, depression, self-judgment and obsessive thinking have become so common that, for many, feeling anxious, restless and fractured have become a “normal” state of being. Perhaps a friend, a doctor or therapist has suggested that meditation could help you get in touch with your rightful, easeful peace, but you hesitate because it sounds too difficult. What if you could learn meditation in a real, accessible, and non-judgmental way?
Jessica Morris, a full-time international meditation teacher, uses deeply relaxing sound therapy sessions with singing bowls (like a massage), to help students experience the relaxed focus of meditation. This approach has allowed many to learn how to become centered, calm and joyful as a way of being during her ten years of leading group and individual sessions in Montclair, NJ and the NYC metro area.
For information on individual or group sessions, contact Jessica at 973-932-4355 or firstname.lastname@example.org. DownToEarthMeditation.com.
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