Quiet! Im Trying to Meditate. By Julie Kelly

So – you finally decided to give meditation a serious try. You’ve found a find a quiet space where you wont be disturbed & you’ve got yourself comfy but then the problems begin….

Suddenly, out of nowhere the most bizarre thoughts begin to distract you. For example, What to cook for tea, why the world is round, why it suddenly started snowing in the middle of spring etc. Things that up until now, you hadn’t really given much thought.

Does this sound like you? Well take a deep breath – you’re doing it right.

Throughout the years, we become great teachers of trying to train the mind to focus on 100 things at one time.

Published by Karunaearthmedic

Welcome to KARUNA the Aladdin’s cave of great thoughts, tips and shared experience. KARUNA is a Sanskrit mantra meaning Compassion (KA RU NA) Julie Kelly is a practitioner & scholar of Tibetan Buddhism & also a Holistic Therapist. Following many years in India, Julie applies an East West approach to all her work, whether it’s with humans or animals. “All sentient beings need a little help at some time in their lives”, explains Julie. Kindness is always available and should always be shared. Julie is an approved member of the International Practitioners of Holistic Medicine (IPHM) Following a huge ‘leap of faith’ in 2010, Julie left her 20+ yr job as a Mental Health social worker to travel India. There she ended up studying with some of the greatest meditators & highest Buddhist masters. That’s Julie’s story.... You can contact Julie @ Earth.medic@yahoo.com Instagram @ tenzindaseljulie You Tube @ Mind Medicine Facebook @ Tibetan Buddhist Study & Debate Group.

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