Meditation for everyone

Create peace, calm & better concentration in a busy world

Have you tried and failed to meditate? Is it something you imagine “someone else” does?
Is it just for 
those people and not you?

I thought that way too, I thought I had to be some sort of spiritual guru to achieve bliss and that was the whole point, if I couldn’t rest my mind straight away I thought I was a failure, or this isn’t for me, it is for those who are better, or have more time….

But meditation isn’t a destination or about reaching a goal, or being more spiritual than someone else. It is about understanding yourself better, calming your mind and finding a moment of peace in a hectic and busy world.

I now meditate daily and as a result my intuition has become stronger, I sense things more keenly, I feel so much more peaceful and calm. My mind relaxes and my body feels calmer as a result. I have better concentration and better internal communication. 

In my experience with meditation, I had to overcome feelings of inadequacy, judgement and self-criticism and just find a way to get into a routine. Wherever, whenever and in the simplest way was the way forward for me.  

After I had achieved a few sessions daily I would stop, question why and forget to continue. Then I would pick it up again as I was yearning for a deeper level of calm only to drop it again and again. 

Online Soul Sync Meditation
The path is clear

At Last!

When lockdown appeared I realised that meditation was now accessible for me, particularly as my work as a hands on therapist had stopped. My busy life had come to a full stop and the world seemed very different and full of fear.   

I knew I had to do something to help to relax my mind and body, and I wanted to keep in regular contact with people. Isolation can be incredibly hard for our busy minds and enforced isolation even harder. 

I decided to try and finally make meditation my daily practice because I was fed up of trying and “failing” and I wanted to be calm and more balanced with the ever changing world.

How and where?

I started hosting an online daily meditation, this 20-25 minute meditation was taught to me by the team at, this was a wonderful transformative retreat in Scotland. I had been teaching this meditation for Penninghame online with a team of us, but this was only one night a month or less and I found I craved the opportunity to do this more frequently. This meditation was developed by O&O Academy in India to help to connect people together, to understand the true meaning of connection and to support people to create and manifest a new goal. This goal can be hugely different for each person, and sometimes the goal for me was just to achieve the meditation!

Each day I send a zoom link to a group of participants that I knew from the course at Penninghame and since then it has grown to clients, friends and friends of friends.   

As I decided to be the sole (soul!) host of this meditation I knew I would have to commit to a daily practice.   And that commitment has been a lot easier than I imagined, knowing that I am there for others on a daily basis has supported me too.    

I had a deep sense of loss on losing my hands-on therapy work due to Covid – supporting and helping others, I became aware, was linked to a big part of my self-worth. When I asked one day for a small donation for running the daily group, I recommended £8.88 as the Chinese believe 8 is a lucky number, two people sent me £88! I was astounded at how much they valued this service and enjoyed the practice too.

Join us for meditation, we would love to have you on board. Feel free to access my youtube channel for many more meditations for free