Apr 1, 2015
Aine Mac Dermott had been on a spiritual journey for a long time. She had a sense that she wanted to meditate, but she hadn’t worked out the details. She would try sometimes, going into her bedroom after work and tuning in, but she never found anything she would stick with.
She went to a week long class at the Chopra Center, and learned Primordial Sound Meditation. She was given a mantra to repeat to herself, and practiced during the week of the retreat. In just that week, she could tell that she resonated with this meditation.
When she got home, she continued to meditate every day. She felt the shifts in her experience. Other people noticed changes in her, and she was able to connect in a deeper, more energetic way with her interior design clients.
Listen to Aine’s story of how she learned Primordial Sound Meditation, what that experience was like for her and the shifts she’s experienced from her practice.
the important shift in her understanding about how to work with a mantra meditation
the feedback she got from other people about how she changed after she started meditating
how her work in the world is supported by her meditation practice
what happens when she tries to force something to happen now
her best advice to start a practice like hers
the visual component she added to her practice to help her focus
what it feels like to carry her practice in her body throughout her day