Meditation and grounding practices
The capacity to access mental clarity and trust one’s energetic compound to act in responding tandem with what is taking place emanates from the regular practice of learning to be present to what is and let it be. Much easier said than done, we have consistently witnessed that those of us who have had the opportunity to learn to concentrate their mind and release their emotions from mental attachments derive high levels of creativity and happiness. This has a strong impact on our capacity to develop relationships of any kind and perform in diverse and complex contexts.
We have been learning to meditate from patient and rigourous teachers. These learning have supported the unfoldment of many people’s lives, ours included. For this reason we don’t shy from sharing the benefit of meditation and other mindfulness practices to give our clients access to more of themselves.