How to Start Meditation for Complex Trauma and PTSD

The Importance of How to Start Meditation

Our minds are conditioned to getting somewhere; to arrive, to reach, to achieve, to making an effort. 

Unfortunately, this mindset has filtered through into meditation as if meditation, or mindfulness, is but a tool that can be used to get better results, more financial success, an improvement in relation to self and others.

The By-Products of How to Start Meditation

While there is no doubt that meditation can have these benefits, they can never become an objective of meditation itself as it defeats the very essence of meditation. These positive benefits are by-products of meditation.


The moment you are making these benefits as an objective, you are inviting conflict because you are sustaining and promoting two opposing mindsets namely of where you want to be and where you currently are.

This is so fundamental to how to start meditation but often gets overlooked.

  • Do you want to reduce anxiety, hyper-vigilance, and being “ON” alert constantly?
  • Do you want to move out of a dissociated, fatigued and depressed state?
  • Do you want to work with anger and reestablishing boundaries?
  • Are you interested in sleeping better, having better relationships, and being able to live a normal life?

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