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"After practicing meditation with Randy Gilana for about six months, I handle stressful situations with a lot more control and little things don't bother me as much as they used to. The talks given prior to meditation have helped me to open my mind and see people in a different light. I feel I'm able to put myself in other people's shoes a lot more easily."
ML, 21 years old.
"I've been practicing meditation here for about seven months. I am more deliberate with my actions - I don't just throw my keys or phone somewhere and forget where I put them. I can calm myself down in stressful situations. I can sit still for longer periods of time." KP, 30 years old.
"I have ADD and I've been practicing for about six months with Randy Gilana. I can calm myself down now when I have panic attacks. Also they (panic attacks) are much less frequent." JG, 19years old.
"I only practiced once, but I loved it! I am more able to stop bad spiral of thoughts and be more present. I dwell less on negative circumstances." NG, 35
"Meditation helped me to make peace with my Grandfather's death. It was still a sad experience, but it was much easier to accept. In the past, I would deny a death in the family entirely for a long period of time. With meditation, I was able to steady my breathing, control my emotions, and accept the situation." M, 21 years old.
"My mind used to move so fast!. Now it is cruising. I can think calmly and now, I act; I don't react.
I can restrain myself and choose my response." PR, 50 years old.
"Some days I can really see progress, e.g., not reacting to someone trying to get my goat. And some days, the goat gets me. But I can say that my mother who has Alzheimer's, was recently losing it with me and instead of habitually protecting myself, I looked at her and thought, ''I am so glad that she can still recognize me and talk to me; one day she won't be able to.'" PH, 60 years old.