Facing Fear

About 8 years ago my sister gave me a book called the Buddha Brain by Rick Hansen that started my journey with meditation ….at first I never thought my monkey brain would ever be still and able to actually do longer than 3 minutes ….. but slowly over the years of practice, I learned about how to quieten my mind and be still and rest.

Little did I know that learning about rest was going to transform my life to the way it is today.

Rest has opened the space for me to question nearly everything in my life... I slowly felt safe enough to take a look at who I was, and what I was doing, and why I was doing it !.

This is a work on every day, accepting fear and understanding that waiting is one of the hardest things for me to do is where I am at today! ..... However I have some fantastic guides along the way. Over the next few weeks, I will share who has been guiding me and I would love to hear from you who has been your guides?

One of these guides for me is Tara Brach attached is her lessons on Fear if you are interested I highly recommend it. Thanks Tara.

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