Yes, life is a journey, not a destination. You know and I know. But then again, reminders never hurt, and sometimes hearing the same thing in different words can finally make it stick. For me, the name of a self-described “online health and wellness resource for impossibly busy, but balance-seeking people” contained those words.
It’s called Live The Process. Though how each person chooses to live The Process is unique, this collaborative guide to wellness and holistic health does its best to curate and share tips and advice that can help everyone live The Process a little better, with a little more inner peace and wellness and a little less stress and fatigue.
In their endeavor to help readers find equanimity amidst a topsy-turvy life, Live The Process recently featured four firsthand accounts of how the Transcendental Meditation technique can be a game-changer, including one from the organization’s founder, Robyn Berkley. Their support doesn’t stop there though. Robyn was introduced to the TM technique by the David Lynch Foundation, and and a portion of the proceeds from a new Live The Process fashion line will go to the foundation’s initiative to teach the TM technique to at-risk populations.
Alyssa Miller, who was brought on to model the line after she and Robyn bonded over their experience with TM, “It was such a beautiful experience; I felt energized and clear-headed after just a few meditations”, originally learned because she wanted “to find a way of centering myself, of checking back in with my body and my mind.” On learning, she wrote, “It was such a beautiful experience; I felt energized and clear-headed after just a few meditations….”
“For me, TM is a reprieve from a world of distraction and has become a state that my mind automatically wants to enter. When I was introduced to Live The Process and their collaboration to support The David Lynch Foundation, it just made sense to get involved. TM has helped me stay clear and centered in the everyday chaos that is my life and has absolutely transformed the way I live. With that reward comes a sense of responsibility to help show the world what TM has to offer.”
Robyn shared some words on her inspiration to support the David Lynch Foundation. “I was most astounded by the foundation itself, what it stands for and the work the people there have accomplished. When founding Live The Process, the foundation was always on my mind. I wanted DLF to be our first charitable partner. Since learning [TM], I have been volunteering my time, helping raise awareness, and I feel the tool of meditation is a gift. The work that has been done for women that have encountered domestic violence, children with ADD and war victims suffering from PTSD is truly inspiring to me. It’s not just about raising money, but about giving people a practice that will change their lives.”
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