I have always practised my spirituality ever since I was young. For me, it’s not a religious practice – it's about connecting with my truth and living the 'real me'. But as I got older, I got stuck on the life trajectory that society tells us is ‘normal’. I did all the things society said to do. Work hard, very hard. Get a loan, buy the house, look after the needs of everyone around us …
I had so much, yet I felt so empty.
So I doubled down on my mindfulness and started shedding all the layers that weren't me. I lived my life with more and more mindfulness as I searched deeper and wider for happiness and meaning.
I became a certified sound meditation practitioner and trained under a Buddhist meditation teacher.
Years later, I can honestly say that I am now the happiest I have ever been. That doesn't mean my life is perfect, but the way I view life now is very different.
Despite finding the keys to long lasting and true happiness, I realised that it still wasn't happiness if no one around me was happy.
At this point, I created Mirosuna so I could help others on their journey as I am on mine. My soul mission is to give you practical tools and lessons to practise mindfulness in a structured and effective way, one that feels natural to you without the bells and whistles. I call this mindfulness without the woo – or really, mindfulness without the bull****.
I invite you to start living with more peace, perspective and purpose.
This is the Mirosuna way: to create space for change.
Founder of Mirosuna
Meditation Instructor in Melbourne