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Jain Wells

Jain Wells, PhD is a transpersonal psychologist – which blends Western psychology with the wisdom of the world’s esoteric traditions. Jain has a particular interest in transformational practices that help individuals develop at the psychological, emotional, physical and spiritual levels — aspects of the Whole Self. If there are any issues or set-backs that you are experiencing in your life, there are ways to shift them and consciously move forward to higher ground.

Jain’s greatest passion is the practice of Meditation.

Meditation helps you quiet the busy activity of your mind (your internal dialogue) in order to rest in a state of mental stillness, and fully present with yourself in the moment. This inner stillness is our True Self — calm, peaceful and free from distraction. This increased self-awareness leads to better choices.

“Meditation practice is a skill that you learn by committing to regular practice,” Jain says. “However, once you learn how to meditate you understand that this state of ‘presence’ that you are developing is your true essence. To operate your life from this centred and aware state affects your choices and your potential for success in all areas of life.”

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I used to be quite reactive in situations with people and felt uncomfortable stating my opinions in order to avoid conflict. Through steady meditation practice I am just not that person anymore. I pay attention to how I am feeling and respond more consciously. Thank you so much Jain for your patience and caring.   Candice Bertram (See more Testimonials)

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Never Underestimate The Power Of Denial

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It often surprises me when I see someone suffering from an emotional issue and make no effort to do anything about it. They suffer and live with their discomfort, and are often down or critical of themselves around other aspects of their lives as well. In an office environment unresolved emotions lead to tension at work, reduced productivity, and not feeling good about one’s work life.

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