The path to Healing the BODY;

                            Enlightening the MIND;Anthony Profeta Meditation and mindfulness teacher Sound Therapist

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“The great psychotherapist, Carl Jung, once said, ‘the person who looks outside, dreams; but the person who looks inside, awakens.’  Meditation is an important practice because it awakens us to our True Nature. For, meditation is a technique which enables us to ‘Know Thyself’ & befriend our self; because it teaches us how to observe what’s truly going on within our hearts & minds.”

                                                                 ~ Anthony Profeta


My name is Anthony Profeta, Meditation Teacher, from Vero Beach, Florida.

Each & every individual is searching for happiness, peace, love, etc… The inner yearning for these things does not limit itself to those of a particular race, gender, color, creed, or age. The problem is that most of us go looking for these qualities in things that are external or outside of us (people, places, & things).

However, if we’ve been paying attention, we’ve probably learned by now that the happiness, peace, love found in external things is fleeting. It lasts for a moment, and then we are off looking for the next thing we think will bring us what it is we seek. And so, until we “wake-up” we are caught in an endless cycle.

We need to turn our searching from outward to inward. True and lasting happiness, peace, love, etc… do exist, but all these things are found within us. They are innate qualities of our true nature. And until we recognize this, we will never be fulfilled. But, once we come to the direct experience of what is within, then our lives will be transformed.

Now whether you’re interested in meditation for physical reasons, mental/emotional reasons, or spiritual reasons; whether you are just curious about the practice, new to the practice, recently begun working with a technique, or a master meditator who’s been practicing for years; my hope is to make this site useful for everyone.

I can personally attest to the profound and positive impact meditation has had on my life. In fact, that was the motivating factor for me becoming a teacher. I wanted to help guide others to discover the wonderful benefits of meditation for themselves.

I firmly believe that there is no better practice we can undertake for our own transformation. And if more people around the world would start meditating – not only would we reduce the amount of stress-related health issues, but the world would become a better, happier, & more peaceful place!

In addition to my own meditation blog posts & events, you will also find a section of articles from well-known meditation teachers, as well as, a section of scientific research & medical studies on meditation.

A tremendous amount of research has been and still is being conducted on the practice, and the results are confirming what ancient teachers and practitioners have known all along – MEDITATION HAS AN UNMATCHED ABILITY TO BRING POSITIVE BENEFITS & CHANGES TO OUR BODY, MIND, & SPIRIT.

So, let me just end by saying, whether you learn from me; another teacher; or just try to go it alone by studying the art through books & videos — the fact that you are beginning this journey is what counts. You should be applauded for your efforts, and I don’t mean that lightly. Anytime someone takes steps towards self-discovery, improving their lives, & mindful living, it’s a big deal. So, I wish you the best of luck on this journey & offer my assistance to you whenever, and however, it is needed.

There will probably come a time when you may want to seek out a teacher. And I encourage you to eventually do that because sometimes confusing things can happen as you are progressing in your meditations. The terrain of the mind is filled with hills, valleys, and plateaus. And so, it will be both useful & beneficial to have someone you can turn to for advice during these times. But, until then, please enjoy this site and take your time checking it out.

If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to leave a comment or contact me directly using the contact form. I will get back to you as soon as possible.

Also, if you like what you see & read here, then please don’t forget to check out my Facebook Page , follow me on Instagram, or subscribe to our E-mail list in order to stay up to date on all the latest posts and meditation info.

Thank you for stopping by. And may your days always be filled with an abundance of love, happiness, & peace!

                                                                                           ~ Anthony Profeta



“The first thing we notice when we begin a meditation practice is just how scattered and chaotic the mind How to Meditate Mindfulness Learn Meditation Practice Mindfulness Meditation Teacheris. It doesn’t stay focused on anything for very long. And when we try to focus or concentrate the mind, we discover how quickly and easily it is drawn off by distractions such as thoughts about the past or future. It seems the mind just doesn’t like to stay present!

This is due to the fact that for the majority of our lives we’ve given our mind free-reign. It’s had the ability to roam wherever it wants, whenever it wants. And so, meditation is a practice which helps us to regain control of our minds. It is a technique which trains the mind. For, with continued practice mental concentration begins to build and the mind learns how to stay more centered and present.

This focused or concentrated mind is what many contemplative/meditative traditions call a “single-pointed mind”. It’s a mind that is able to stay with the object of meditation without wavering. Through our practice, we cultivate the ability to put the mind where we want it, when we want it there, for as long as we want it there. And this is a very powerful ability. In fact, once we can do this, rather than the mind being the master of us, we become the master of our mind.” ~ Anthony Profeta

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