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Meditation. Calm Mind. Happy Life with Sherry Marshall.
Sydney CBD and Northern Beaches Process Therapist and Relationships Counsellor 


Meditation is a fast path to develop a calm mind and a happy life. Meditation is an easy, simple and practical way that can help us to be more relaxed and less stressed. It allows us to be more ‘in charge’ of our thoughts and emotions and gives us inner freedom.

The practice of meditation means that we do not engage with the thoughts in our mind. We simply watch the thoughts with awareness and allow them to dissolve.

Allowing our thoughts to rest and our body to stop being ‘busy,’ we use our awareness to change habits, open our hearts and become more of who we really are. In these 6 evenings we will explore, from a Process Psychology, Mindfulness and Meditation perspective, through theory meditation practice, reflection and discussion, how to;

1. Be still and increase awareness, through Shamata, calm abiding and Vipassana, awareness meditation.

2.  Walking meditation and Compassion in Action. Discover the key to joy, happiness, fullfilment and contentment through opening our hearts.

3. Free ourselves from our ‘Emotional swings and roundabouts’ using Buddhist and Process Psychology methods.

4.  Compare and contrast the paths of meditation and process psychology, counselling and therapy.

Sydney counsellor and therapist and relationship therapist, based in CBD Sydney  facilitates this workshop.

About the Author
Sherry (BSc. Sociology; MAA. Social Work, AMHSW; Masters Science Soc. Ecology; Diplomate, Process Psychology) is a faculty Director of ANZPOP.

She has offered expert psychological counselling in Australia and overseas since 1989. Sherry is currently based in both the Sydney CBD and on the Northern Beaches near Manly. She also offers national and international phone and Skype appointments.

If you would like more information or wish to reference something you have read on this website please contact Sherry.

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