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๐Ÿ’— The Zen Sanctuary

Updated: Feb 3

That's a powerful word that word Zen! But what does it mean? Does it only apply to the orient and not to those of us who live in the West?ย 


It means peaceful and calm. In the busy world, we live in today, they are two states of being that are well sought after.


How do we get there, is a good question. I certainly know how we get to a space of stress anxiety and overwhelm thatโ€™s easy! Just tune in to news items and the panic and stress of the people around me and I could very easily be down that black hole.


The journey to Zen is one that has been taken many times and will be taken many times in the future. It is a journey of transformation, revelation, and meditation.


The need to be peaceful and calm is a necessity now more than ever. As my work is all about empowering women to live their best life, I am hosting a meditation and relaxation course commencing on 8th March International women's day for six weeks every Wednesday night 7.00 p.m.-9.00 p.m. I aim to accompany you on your journey to finding that peaceful place that seems so far away.



I chose this picture because it depicts that exact journey. Lots of busyness going on around in it and a woman contemplating whether she will enter the boat or not to take part in the journey. So it's a challenge for some of us to focus on self-care and taking that first step to doing what is best for us, but the benefits are many when the step is taken.


Are you ready for that journey, can you step into the Zen Sanctuary and allow me to accompany you, support you and empower you, drawing on the ancient wisdom of Ayurveda and lead you to the place where peace and calm reside?


The waters are still, the boat is ready, all the other passengers are waiting and the captain is waving the flag. Come on take the first step and join us, the benefits are definitely worth it.



๐Ÿ’— Find out more or book your place here


https://www.reginacurleylifecoaching.ie/meditation-classes






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