The Mindfulness Link
Although the mainstream media has been instrumental in promoting the popularity of mindfulness meditation, many commentators lack the personal insight to convey the real understanding to be found at the heart of the practice.
Combining the essence of the wisdom traditions with modern research, Jackie aims to translate ancient wisdom into a modern context, and teaches an integrated, inclusive, secular style of meditation that respects all spiritual beliefs and values.
“ As we develop our practice, mindfulness ceases to be something that we do – being mindful becomes our everyday state of mind. We learn to become anchored in this present moment.
A difficult personal history starts to lose its grip when life is lived fully 'here and now' rather than 'there and then.' ”
In 2012 Jackie completed meditation teacher training which included coaching and holistic counselling. She was subsequently accepted as a full member of the International Institute for Complimentary Therapists.
In 2016, Jackie attended a teacher training retreat at the Gawler Cancer Foundation and is an accredited teacher of Mindfulness Based Stillness Meditation.The Gawler Foundation is a leader in the field of mind/body medicine and teaches MBSM as a key aspect of their holistic wellness programs.
Jackie's open minded, open hearted approach will guide and support you to establish your own regular practice, and to help you to see through the conditioned thought patterns and ingrained beliefs that unconsciously hold us back from reaching our full potential as human beings. You will become calmer, more focussed, less stressed, more effective, and these qualities will flow on into all aspects of your life.
Jackie is an accredited teacher fully committed to upholding the standards and ethics of the International Institute for Complimentary Therapists and the Meditation Association of Australia.
She has a particular interest in the emerging science of Mind/Body medicine. Mindfulness meditation is key in this area of modern health research. She is mindful that the use of meditation as a complimentary therapy needs to be approached skillfully - mindfulness practice is experiential, not conceptual – thinking, evaluating and approaching it with defined expectations is a hindrance to making progress.
“My personal ethic requires that I do more than 'talk the talk'. I have a well- established personal practice, a genuine desire to help people, and I'm willing, able and available to guide and support pupils every step of the way.”
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