Why We Need Meditation Now More than Ever

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I feel it everywhere.

Fear. Attack. Rage. Discrimination. Divisiveness. Sexism. Racism. Bigotry. Gun violence. War. Terrorism. 

Humanity has survived past cultural darkness, but this year in particular, specifically in the United States, the cultural and political has invaded the individual mind and spirit. 

There is one weapon we have that can help us not only survive the times, but thrive in our power: meditation. 

You might have heard the benefits of meditation. Better sleep, decreased anxiety and depression, lower blood pressure, clearer thinking, better memory, reduces inflammation in the body (and I could go on). 

Do you know where we can use those tools?

To support our rallying cry.

The only way we can ground ourselves is through ourselves. Not to make the feelings go away. Not to suppress our rage. It's not a cure-all. It won't change policy, or who is in office, or your individual situation.

But it will prepare you to fight for humanity in the way that your voice matters to you. 

It will have a ripple effect on the world. 

For those of you who don't easily believe it, research has show that meditation has shown to transform collective energy and reduce crime rates, terrorism, and violence.

We have to unite in love. Change starts with one person.

When they go low, we go high.

On February 14th, a day of love, I will be releasing a (free) email course, Meditation for the Modern Woman. 

I have struggled to share my practice with others - until now. Now I feel, deep in my heart, that the world needs it. I hope you will join me.