I will be posting links of other sites i create here. However, this space is to share and promote other people’s and organisations work in the field of meditation and spirituality.



4 thoughts on “Links

  1. I appreciate your website.
    Thank you.
    I am interested iin the relationship between poetry and meditstion, meditation and the psychotherapeutic process.

    Dr.Michael Epstein and Dr.Richard Welwood have been two influences.

    1. Hi Sliotta,
      Thank you for your comments.
      I feel poetry is a natural form of written expression of our inner most feeling and knowing. So from meditative/ unified states of consciousness, the poetry is written from that state of consciousness. That state of consciousness in which everything is recognised as forms appearing within the formless. That basically all is one. So the poetry is just expressions of that universality whilst also recognising the individuality which exists in ones universal nature.

      From a psychotherapeutic perspective, the poetry when allowed to be expressed from the state of consciousness which one Is experiencing, will reveal deeper aspects and insights into that particular layer of self. The different aspects of oneself can then be recognised and allowed to heal and merge into a unified whole.

      This is my understanding of meditation, poetry and psychotherapy from this perspective and at this current time. There is no doubt many different layers to this.

  2. HI Priyesh,

    I have been meditating now for a number of years and the benefits have been fantastic. It has changed my life and allowed me to find the ‘new me’

    I make time to meditate every day and then we also meditate as a family when we all come home from work.

    I use the visualisation exercises with my children that you mention on your blog, and it really helps them to focus.

    Thank you

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