World Mental Health Day and meditation

Last Saturday was World Mental Health Day.

The idea is to raise awareness of mental health and all support in that area.

We need that awareness more than ever, as it seem this pandemic accelerated issues around mental health (more anxiety, more depression and more stress).

Today, we can access support to help with the journey, there are trained professionals that can help.

At the same time, I like to think long term, and this is where meditation has its place. It is not in replacement of, but combined with.

After years of practice, meditation will help you with your thoughts and how you relate to your emotions. It is a long term commitment. As with every commitment, it starts with a first step and continuous action.

How will your mind be in 5 or 10 years?

I am facilitating a meditation every Thursday morning at 8:00 am (AEDT, Melbourne time), you can register https://lnkd.in/gpwkXk7.

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