Updated: Apr 14
As a high school student I was bullied a lot and became very anxious. My anxiety got worse as I reached the end of my high schooling and all I wanted to do was sing as music was my happiness.
I was encouraged to pursue teaching however and I completed an education degree. While at Uni I became very depressed and began taking Antidepressants.
After a few years, I stopped the medication as I didn’t want to rely on it and tried different things such as yoga, going to the temple and exercising regularly at a gym. As the years went by I got married and continued to teach and stay in my ‘comfort zone’ and found myself feeling depressed again.
This was the worst I had felt in my life and I started to question my very existence. As a result, I attempted to take my own life in July this year. After this experience I went back on Antidepressants and saw a psychologist. I still felt sad and empty however.
Through a stroke of luck, I met Sally from this meditation who had been through similar experiences to me and encouraged me to give it a go.
Once I began meditating, I instantly felt lighter, I didn’t need to carry around this dirt in my mind and I began to see things much clearer.
With the encouragement of my husband, I continued to meditate and within 3 months I felt like a huge weight had been lifted off my shoulders. I feel stronger and have found purpose in my life. I feel much happier than before and let go of the anger, frustration and selfishness I had within me.
I am very grateful for this meditation method as it has made me realize that there IS a way to be happy and enjoy life to the fullest.
It seems that everyone is seeking ways to fulfil their lives and be happier. By cleansing your mind, you can experience a never-ending happiness and clarity that is difficult to explain.
My aim now is to achieve human completion and become the happiest and strongest version of myself. I also want to help others change their lives for the better so they too can discover the true meaning of life and happiness in life.