Today I got this mail from Katie Holmes, uh, nope, not “that” Katie Holmes 🙂 She is doing a great job about collecting comments on the Benefits of Meditation.
Here she is:
47 People Comment On The Benefits of Meditation Has Brought Them
My name is Katie and I’m reaching out as I’ve just spent the last few months putting together a new piece on the benefits of meditation, where I compiled some fantastic stories and comments different meditation experts and people who meditate sent me (there are 47 submissions now). A lot of people put a lot of effort into this, and I think your readers would really enjoy it. Here is the link:
Well, 47 like my age on next March, is that a sign? I guess, it is.
As I replied to Katie, her article is quite inspiring, and motivating, she was linking my past one journaling benefits which I admit I had forgotten. I am under pressure with my new job and am not putting blogging in my priorities, other than the Google algorythm update which put my trafic, and moral, down with SEO ….
My support to Katie is nevertheless unconditional, she assures that they are a high authority publication that’s been linked to by many colleges and she wants to keep her pages completely clean as you can notice, I am doing with mine, since I have updated to PTSD Beautiful Trauma 2.0.
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Also, make sure you catch up with my last Podcast’s episode :
Hi Crew, this is my tribute to Trauma as an Empath Warrior. In the aftermath of Paris attacks, in 2015, I was hotel assistant in elite resorts when my life fell apart. Since then it's been a night sea journey that I am glad to share around the fire with beers on me. Cheers xx
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