Benefits of Meditation

The benefits of meditation can be experienced quickly and easily by complete beginners, practicing simple meditation techniques – such as a breathing meditation regularly.

Gradually through gentle practice and allowing ourselves to form the habit our distracting thoughts will subside and we will experience a sense of inner peace and relaxation.

Meditation is the key to inner peace, to self-healing and soul growth.

Our mind will feel free from the everyday stress and chatter and we will feel refreshed.

When the otherwise incessant flow of our distracting thoughts are calmed through concentrating on the breath, our mind becomes calm and clear.

Although breathing meditations are only a preliminary stage of meditation, they can be quite powerful. We learn from this practice that it is possible to experience inner peace and contentment just by controlling the mind and without having to depend at all upon external conditions and supports.

This feeling of contentment and well-being help us cope with the difficulties of daily life.

So much of the stress and tension we normally experience comes from our mind. Many of the problems we experience, including ill health, are caused or aggravated by this stress. Just by doing breathing meditation for ten or fifteen minutes each day, we are able to reduce this stress.

We will experience a calm, spacious feeling in the mind, and many of our usual problems will fade away. Difficult situations will become easier to deal with, and our interaction with other people, and our relationships with others will gradually improve.

Let's get started!

One hour sessions available for £65 per person. Please book and pay in advance.
Block sessions are available:
5 sessions £300
10 sessions £550
Please select your preferred times:
Tuesday to Friday: 9am - 8pm
Saturday: 10am - 1pm
Sunday: 10am - 12pm

Personal readings by telephone, Skype or Zoom

To confirm an appointment, please contact me.

Psychic Reading

Ribbon Reading

Workshops & Retreats

Subscribe to our Newsletter

By subscribing, you agree to our Ts & Cs. Unsubscribe any time.


After the new moon, the sunlit portion is increasing, but less than half, so it is waxing crescent. After the first quarter, the sunlit portion is still increasing, but now it is more than half, so it is waxing gibbous. After the full moon (maximum illumination), the light continually decreases. So the waning gibbous phase occurs…
Read more