Meditation is a great way to support your mental and spiritual health. You should practice meditation at your own comfort level, and allow yourself to progress naturally and gradually, giving yourself time to discover all its benefits. The more you practice, the more you will become aware of a deeper level of self-study.
When meditating, you should be in an environment free from distractions. Under no circumstances, should you practice meditation while engaging in other activities such as driving, operating equipment, or any other time when you can't be completely focused on a seated meditation practice. Please consult with a healthcare professional before participating in a meditation practice if you have a history of mental illness. Meditation can support mental health. However, it is better to be safe and consult your doctor first.
I am not a mental health professional or a healthcare professional of any kind.
Everything II share with you throughout the Original U meditation membership is either:
➔ My opinion
➔ Practices that have helped me personally, or
➔ Feedback about meditation practices that members or experts have shared with me.
You are fully responsible for how you choose to use the information I provide within this membership.
I do not accept responsibility for any adverse effects that may result from your participation in my meditation membership. I don’t make guarantees that the information and meditation practices I share will work in any specific way for you. By using this website, you agree to use the information and meditations provided at your own discretion.
Be mindful of your body, your space, and your needs during your time in this membership.