I'm not going to sit here and pretend I got it sussed. A few years ago I was stressed, depressed, frustrated and angry. A few hundred meditation sittings and a million sun salutations later the world seem much more manageable and dare I say it, joyful.
The light dimmer in my lift started turning when I was introduced to my beautiful Reiki Master who proved to me over and over that yes, we are responsible for our own luck (or karma) and yes that we can be liberated from our fears, our restrictions and the unnecessary chains we put around our lives.
When two years of serious job searching failed miserably (think: zero interviews) I knew the universe was trying to send me a strong message: I was not built for the corporate world. So I'm giving to you what I wished someone had started for me: a sanctuary you could run to when you fail to find your way.
Now I hear this often: I'm not flexible enough for yoga, I don't have the patience for meditation, I'm not sure this Reiki stuff works, I don't have enough focus, it may have worked for others but it's not for me. And here's the extremely non-Zen answer I have for it all: Bulls**t. We are all made of the same essence, we all suffer for the same reasons, we all look for happiness (and sometimes fail to find it where we look) and we all want to be the best we could be. There is one way I have found that allows for your purity to surface and for your joy to become intense and more constant and I'm here to share.
Now here are my weapons of happiness that Namaste can offer you and feel free to mix and match at your discretion: - Yoga: Can help you breathe better, concentrate longer, become stronger and more flexible and have a lot of fun in the process. - Meditation: Become the master of your own mind, your thoughts and your patterns and take control of your own destiny. - Reiki: Begin healing your mind, your body, your emotions and your life. - Art Therapy: Tap into the bits of your brain you didn't know existed through self expression and art.
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Weam is the founder of Namaste. She had started a very deep and intense spiritual journey at a young age having refused to continue to suffer with the common challenges of her generation: depression, anxiety and being lost. She insisted that there must be more to life than the constant rat race she was in