We are currently offering a group opportunity where we can come to you. If you are looking for a Lunch and Learn topic for your office staff, consider our educational and experiential Meditation Session. We will discuss the benefits of utilizing meditation and self-care in everyday life while sharing resources. The group will then engage in a guided meditation followed by an opportunity to process the experience. Please contact us for more information about pricing and scheduling.
New Meditation Group
Mondays from 6:00pm – 7:30pm
Monday, April 23rd – Monday, May 21st
Introductory Rate $20/session
Experience the gift of guided meditation led by LMSW, Charlotte Nash, alongside a small group of others who are also interested in learning the benefits of this practice.
We will discuss the benefits, engage in a guided meditation, and discuss how this practice can be integrated into your lifestyle. You also experience the benefit of a supportive group while connecting with others and learning a new skill.
We invite you to join us, and you are welcome to bring a friend to share in the experience.
Please e-mail Charlotte to sign up at email@example.com.
Spaces are limited so sign up soon!
Often, we live life in absolutes. We find ourselves using words like, “always” and “never,” which puts limits on how we view our circumstances. If you find yourself using these words often, ask yourself, “But is it always like this?” “Do I really never get to?” When we live in absolutes, we are claiming that there is no exception. This mindset can sometimes limit our perspective which may cause fear, anxiety, upset, or failure. If we were to change our phrasing and add words such as “sometimes” or “it’s possible,” we create hope or potential for ourselves.
Living in the “grey” areas of our lives can offer an opportunity to see life from a different perspective. The definition of the grey area is, “an area or part of something existing between two extremes and having mixed characteristics of both” (www.dictionary.com). When we allow our thoughts to exist in the grey areas, we remove limits which help to promote positivity and to allow us to “be okay” and accept the situation.
Our words shape our perspective. One of my favorite bands in High School, Live, had a song titled the “Beauty of Grey.” I would sing these words at the top of my lungs, with the windows down: “This is not a black and white world To be alive I say the colors must swirl And I believe That maybe today We will all get to appreciate The beauty of gray” – LIVE. If you don’t know this song, I strongly encourage you to listen to it. And afterwards, pause to remember that life is full of uncertainty. However, it is through our own limits that we make it challenging. Give yourself the gift of possibility and embrace the beauty of grey.
“The longer I live, the more I realize the impact of attitude on life. Attitude, to me, is more important than facts. It is more important that the past, than education, than money, than circumstances, than failures, than successes, than what other people think or say or do. It is more important than appearance, giftedness, or skill. It will make or break a company…a church…a home. The remarkable thing is we have a choice every day regarding the attitude we will embrace for that day. We cannot change the inevitable. The only thing we can do is play on the one string we have and that is our attitude. I am convinced that life is 10% of what happens to me, and 90% of how I react to it. And so it is with you, we are in charge of our attitudes.” ~Charles Swindoll
In the midst of all the uncertainty that comes with the hurricane evacuation and return, we know this can be an emotional and difficult time. Please keep us in mind if you need someone to talk to or if you know anyone else who might. The first session if free and we work with some insurances and offer a sliding scale. Give us a call or visit our website to make an appointment.
Information about upcoming groups and places where we will be meeting our community will be posted here. Please watch for exciting opportunities.