“When I meditate regularly and consistently, I become the greatest version of myself”

Jason Partington

The Definition of Meditation

Meditation is a practice of concentrated focus upon a sound, object, visualization, the breath, movement, or attention itself in order to increase awareness of the present moment, reduce stress, promote relaxation, and enhance personal and spiritual growth.

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Why Meditate?

We are all aware of the pressure and stress that comes with living in our current society and providing for a family within that. I am increasingly aware of the incidence of men in my community experiencing anxiety and depression, being overwhelmed with responsibility and feeling disconnected and alone in their struggle to manage.

I believe that meditation is the most beneficial and effective tool available to combat this.

‘Meditation has been a skill and a tool which I now rely upon in everyday life. It has been my rock and something which I know I can rely upon to always make me feel happy’

How Meditation has IMPACTED my life

‘When I meditate regularly and consistently I am more compassionate, I am more present and ‘in the now’ in whatever I am doing. I am more giving and loving – to myself as well as to my family and friends. I spend more time on things that are truly important; I appreciate the beauty of nature all around me. I make better choices and surround myself with people that lift me up. I find myself having elevated motivation for more positive pursuits like exercise. My brain functions more effectively, I am more organised and planned. Work productivity is at an all-time high and stress levels low. I don’t get entangled in issues and activities or events which don’t serve me. I am more passionate about life. My artistic and creative sides seem to burst through me without even trying… and most importantly, I love and respect who I am. Meditation makes me feel happy to be alive and connects me to someone I truly love and appreciate. When I meditate, I am just a much better version of myself, it’s that simple’.