Meg Ash

Meg is a psychotherapist in private practice in Atlanta, GA. A long time meditator and student of Jeddah Mali and Adyashanti, she integrates a meditative perspective into her work with clients. Meg lives with her husband and their rambunctious dog, Rosie, and delights in their two adult children. Favorite interests include a lifelong passion for food and cooking, quiet time, writing, and walking in nature.

Listening or How to Talk about Meditation Without Calling It Meditation

Listening or How to Talk about Meditation Without Calling It Meditation

It would be hard not to notice how meditation and mindfulness have entered the lexicon of the mass consciousness. This is a good thing and yet have you noticed when words are popularized, they often start to lose their essential meaning. The word, meditation, begins to become associated with a marketed activity; i.e. yoga class to strengthen the core and meditation class to relax the frenetic mind ...[Read More]