Don’t just do something, Sit there!
— Thich Nhat Hanh

Fruits of the Practice

  • Manage stress and anxiety more skillfully.
  • Be present for one-self and one's life.
  • Seeing things, people, situations & life clearly as they truly are.
  • Develop friendliness toward yourself.
  • Self-love, self-acceptance and self-trust.
  • You have your own answers.
  • Spending dedicated time with one-self in meditation/self-refelcetion.
  • Identify unskillful mental patterns and replace them with more skillful ones.
  • To choose how you want to live your life.
  • Stop conditioned thinking & Respond rather than react.
  • Get to know one-self.
  • Have more self-compassion & self love.
  • Find sanctuary and stability within.
  • Notice the space between yourself and thoughts/emotions.
  • Find you own truth through your direct experience.
  • Develop more emotional intelligence.
  • See things clearly as they are.
  • Give yourself time to process.
  • Learn to Ground ⇣.
  • Connect with your inner guidance, wisdom and intuition.
  • Start a Gratitude Practice.

Scientific Facts and Statistics

  • Increases Grey Matter in the brain.
  • Improves your memory.
  • Builds up Immune Function.
  • Only thing shown to improve your "Happiness Quotient."
  • Decreases stress and anxiety.
  • Increases focus and attention.
  • Improves quality of sleep.
  • Reduces inflammation at the cellular level.
  • Lowers blood pressure.
  • Helps to re-program neural pathways in the brain to form healthier habits.
Live in the No-Where you come from even though you have an address here.
— Rumi