Women and Meditation


Meditation painting by Lorraine Willcock Meditation painting by Lorraine Willcock

Sunday morning is a quieter time, Later breakfast , the newspaper,( yes I still love the texture and crackle of paper, the slow page turning) scattered over the couch and across the dining table. News papers are not just for wrapping fish and chips, they contain a world of inspiration. He reads out snippets from his portion of the paper and I luxuriate in the articles by my favourite authors. Often I will snip some of these out to fold in with mum’s weekly letter or card. Mum lives in another State, reads a different newspaper. life moves at a slower pace on Sundays.

A favourite column is written by the author Nikky Gemmell. The Weekend Australian magazine http://www.TheAustralian .com

Taken from her article on the busi - ness of women. Entitled “Swamped again” “Is this what having it all is meant to be like?

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About lorraine

After a nasty fall from my bicycle, coming home from high school, I began suffering from migraines. After a term of Chiropractic adjustments, which helped but did not entirely stop the migraine headaches, my parents in desperation sent me to yoga classes, The only available evening class in our area was filled with pregnant women. I felt out of place as a shy teenager, but persevered. adjustment,breathing, meditation and yoga proved the only therapy that bought relief from the headaches. Feeling well I got on with life, married moved from my home town and forgot the daily yoga practices and there benefits. Coming back to Yoga and meditation helped me manage during the time of my father's Cancer. and death. Later when my Husband became ill the natural decision was to qualify as a Yoga, meditation teacher to further assist others through the difficult times of illness and recovery or death. I have now been benefiting from the science and art of Yoga, Meditation for well over twenty five years.
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