It’s boring. I don’t have time. I can’t sit still.


Why Meditate?

It’s boring. I don’t have time. I can’t sit still. I can’t stop my thoughts and chatter in my mind. Excuses, excuses, these are actually mine, not yours, you may have different ones.

I’ll let you in on a little secret…I find meditation one of the hardest practices of Yoga. When I was learning to teach meditation, I actually pressed fast forward on the ones I was meant to be analyzing, so I could get it over with. That’s how my brain works, on fast forward.


Nothing can bring you peace, but yourself – Ralph Waldo Emerson


Meditation is the method in which we can silence the mind, silence what Buddha calls the ‘drunken monkeys running around in our minds’.

When the mind is still, concentration is increased and we can experience an inner peace that is delicious. This is why we meditate, to have some calm in this hectic world that we live in.

What can we benefit from Meditating?

I tried explaining this to my kids the other day, when I get to a certain spot in my meditation practice, it feels as though I am just about to fall asleep, that blissful feeling of not being able to feel my physical body, any aches and pains are gone, I can hear things, but I’m not really concentrating on anything, I feel as though I’m lying on a cloud floating. That’s my kid version, a friend of mine explains it to adults as the feeling of having an orgasm, not a care in the world, complete bliss…

Here’s some more;

  1. Improved concentration – A clear mind makes you more productive in every area of your life.
  2. Less bothered by little things – have you read ‘Don’t sweat the small stuff’? It is natural for the mind to magnify small things into serious problems. Meditation helps us detach from these thoughts. We learn to live in the here and now, rather than worrying about the past or future. We do not worry about meaningless things, but see the bigger picture.
  3. Better Health – There have been numerous studies pointing to the health benefits of meditation. The reason is that meditation reduces stress levels and alleviates anxiety. If we can reduce stress, many health benefits follow.
  4. Knowledge of Self – Meditation enables us to have a deeper understanding of our inner self. Through meditation we can gain a better understanding of our life’s purpose.

Don’t have time to meditate?

Do you have time to be sick from life and work?

Do you have time to loose pay, pay health care bills and feel like shit?

I teach people to meditate for very short periods of time and only using the breath as guidance. Firstly, when you start with a short meditation, you can get used to it and build up, instead of starting with a longer one and hating the practice. Secondly, I teach you to use your breath, as this is always with you. You don’t need an App, and when you’ve practiced enough times with me, then you can remember the sequences and breathing techniques and do it anywhere, any time. Here’s a link to my MP3’s to download I’ll give you a free one at the end of this blog to ease you into it.

In my membership classes I have been teaching them quite a few different techniques, so they can choose which one they like.

Like anything worthwhile, meditation requires practice. To get the most from meditation you need to do it every day. This requires a place and time where you will not be disturbed, I like to do it in the car as I’m waiting to pick my kids up from school.

If you would like to find out about what different types of meditation there are, check out my previous blog here:

Which meditation is best for you?

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What would you like to know about meditation? Leave me a comment and I’ll do my absolute best to answer you. xx

With love and light, Victoria

Here’s a quick one for you to download:

Here’s a link to my latest book release ‘Will You Come To Bed With Me? Creating Mindful Moments with Your Family.’