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“Between matter and mind,
mind matters most.”

S.N. Goenka


What is meditation about?

Meditation is both a state of mind – you feel at peace and centered – and the practice that leads you to this state of mind.
The art of meditation is about finding the middle point between relaxation and concentration. This point of equilibrium opens the door to an equanimous mind, capable of observing reality as is, not as you would like it to be.
Meditation is not about pushing your thoughts away or blanking your mind. You learn to accept whatever sensation or thought that arises, without judgment. Slowly but surely, you manage to tame your mind. You regain control over your thoughts, your emotions and your reactions. You become a master of life at peace, unconditionally happy.

Why meditate?

Relax and find inner peace

As you stop the daily frenzy and sit down, you give your body and mind a chance to relax and unwind. This mini-vacation of the mind untaps the infinite source of inner peace.

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Nurture healthy habits

Meditation helps you clear all your mental rubble. With this clarity of mind, you can set new priorities for your life and create habits to become a better version of yourself.

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Open new possibilities

When we meditate, our brain frequency changes and we access sections of the brain that are connected to the quantum field. This opens the door to shape new realities.

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Stop suffering

Learning to observe reality as it is, you learn to distinguish sensations and thoughts from your emotional reactions. Mastering this skill is the key to put an end to your suffering.

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Live mindfully

All the time, whether you are aware or not, you capture vibrations, to which you react with craving or aversion. Meditation teaches you to be mindful of these sensations and your reactions. 

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Find wisdom

We are living, natural beings. Therefore, all laws of nature apply to us as they do outside. Gain insight into the fundamental laws of nature and learn how to flow with them.

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How to meditate?

There are thousands of meditation styles, teachers and applications out there. There is no magic recipe to know which one is for you. Keep on exploring until you find the one(s) that you resonate with and bring you peace of mind.

My meditation practice is inspired by the following traditions:


Lost for centuries, this technique (taught by Gautama the buda) was rediscovered by Luang Pu Sodh Candasaro in 1916 and taught since at Dhammakaya temples worldwide.


Passed on generation after generation in Myanmar, this technique (taught by Gautama the buda) spread across the world thanks to S. N. Goenka’s teachings.

Interpersonal Neurobiology

Bridges Eastern and Western wisdom about the nature of the mind, Dr. Daniel Siegel created the Wheel of Awareness meditation to open the door to the quantum field.

Luang Pu Sodh Candasaro

Rediscovered the Dhammakaya technique

S. N. Goenka

Disseminated Vipassana across the world

Dr. Daniel Siegel

Founder of Interpersonal Neurobiology

Meditation coaching

As a certified meditation and mindfulness instructor, I offer my services to:

    • Starting meditators who want to establish themselves in one technique and grow meditation into a daily habit.
    • Intermediate meditators who want to finetune their meditation technique and access deeper states of meditation.

You can always access free guided meditations on my YouTube channel or join a free online meditation course.


Free meditations and training.

  • Pre-recorded meditations
  • Background videos
  • Meditations in English, Spanish and Dutch
  • Free trainings

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