“Learning the powerful technique of Vedic meditation is a gift I will carry with me for the rest of my life” Felicity Ling.
My day is made!! Started the morning with fun party waves with a girlfriend and came in to find these gorgeous words up from beautiful South Coast acupuncturist Felicity.
I had the pleasure of teaching Felicity back in June of last year.
She says: “If you’ve found meditation ‘hard’ in the past, or you’ve heard yourself say ‘I’m no good at meditation’ – check out Kate’s work and reconsider. In only a short week, I found profound changes in my mind and body. It’s not a task and it’s not an effort. It becomes pure joy. I can’t recommend Kate’s work and teaching highly enough. She has loads of information on her website if you’re keen to know more. This angel resides on the South Coast and we are so lucky to have her. Kate teaches Vedic Meditation. If you’re unsure what that is, it’s meditation, but not as you may know it. Bonus: she’s also a down-to-earth legend who absolutely oozes passion and enthusiasm for her work. What’s not to love!”
These days my approach to health care is front end and elective and that includes acupuncture. There’s a saying in Ayurveda, the traditional Indian form of holistic medicine, that says, “avert the danger that has not yet come.” Once a month I create time for myself, hand my body over to Felicity to tune me up and love on me and it’s divine.
If you’re not across acupunture it’s a modality that accompanies our practice of Vedic Meditation wonderfully. When we meditate we switch the body’s biochemistry from fight/flight stress biochemistry to what we call “stay and play” – blissful, feel good biochemistry- serotonin and dopamine. Once we’ve changed the body’s biochemistry out of stress mode, treatment the body receives externally is able to be more deeply received. We’re so fortunate to have so many amazing practitioners on the South Coast doing incredible things, and Felicity is a super star.