Episode 5 – How to Get Over Our Resistance to Meditation

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Episode 5 – How to Get Over Our Resistance to Meditation

Hope Mindful Compassion Show – Episode 5 – The Joy of Helping Others in Recovery

Hosts: Brian, Natalie, and Paul Garrigan

In this episode of the Hope Mindful Compassion Show, Natalie and Brian discuss their early experiences of meditation. Brian shares how he overcame his initial reluctance to sit in silence – Natalie describes how meditation has helped her to stop running away from things.

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