PRESENCE: The First Essential Principle
Psychotherapist & Meditation Teacher
This is the first of a four-part series designed to help you begin a 10-15 minute self-directed practice with confidence. These four foundational principles are also helpful to inspire your existing practice, and to build further on the skills that you already have.
Each of these four essential principles will remind you of what necessary tools will enrich your meditation experience and also provide a depth of nourished wisdom to your life beyond your meditation cushion or chair, as you wield these four principles in your daily life.
The first of four essential principles of meditation is that of PRESENCE.
Presence is: the idea of attention and mindful awareness to what you observe here and in each moment.