Finding a Meditation Teacher

Useful post by Michael Taft on an important aspect of mindfulness practice. Though the practice(s) seem simple on the surface, there can be a lot of complexity in actuality. A teacher can help guide one through some of the puzzling moments as well as provide a fresh perspective.

Taft addresses these qualities you should look for in a teacher:

  1. They know what they’re doing 
  2. They walk the talk 
  3. They are kind 
  4. They are in the moment 
  5. There is not any hanky-panky with sex, power, or money 
  6. They have enough time to actually meet with you one-on-one every so often

You can find it here on the Huffington Post.

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kaleachapmanpsyd

Clinical Psychologist practicing in the Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles, California.

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