"Do whatever it is that makes you feel the most mindful and joyful!"
I have been practicing the traditional forms of Buddhist meditation and yoga for over twenty years. During that time, I realized that everything in my life had become my spiritual practice; work, relationships, art, music, dance, as well as time sitting on my meditation cushion.
Meditation practice enables us to live in the present moment and experience life in a more vivid and intimate way. Through practicing meditation we develop a stable body-mind connection which supports us in staying present and open to the flow of our experience. Just as meditation practice nourishes and enhances your journey in psychotherapy, learning to stay present will enrich all aspects of your life.