Practitioners

Master Umesh Nandwani
Master Umesh Nandwani
Founder of The Golden Space ®
Chris Chan
Chris Chan
Personal & Corporate Facilitator, Managing Director of The Golden Space

Michele Chong
Michele Chong
Professional Music Composer & Voice Coach, Professional Sound Therapist, Moon Meditation Facilitator, Energy Healer & Counselor
Michael Clements
Michael Clements
Life Transformation Coach, Certified Workshop & Meditation Facilitator

Siobhan Coulter
Siobhan Coulter
International Speaker, Corporate Trainer, Psychotherapist, Counselor, Author, Healer, Meditation Facilitator
Khoo Yin
Khoo Yin
Workshop Facilitator

Leong Wai Yee
Leong Wai Yee
Director of The Golden Space, Corporate & Personal Trainer, Mindfulness Facilitator
Jeannie Lim
Jeannie Lim
Intuitive Healer/Counselor & Meditation Facilitator

Patrick Lim
Patrick Lim
Certified Counsellor, Career/Family/Life Coach, Trainer
Puspa Parikh
Puspa Parikh
Medium, Healer, Workshop Facilitator

Tan Keng Ann
Tan Keng Ann
Integrative Healer, Life & Spiritual Mentor, Meditation & Workshop Facilitator
Priz Tey
Priz Tey
Meditation & Workshop Facilitator

Thomas Thong
Thomas Thong
Gratitude Ambassador
Gail Wang
Gail Wang
Yoga Instructor

Yii Hui Lee
Yii Hui Lee
Ziwei Doushu Astrologer, Head of Guardians of Mother Earth Singapore, Energy Healer, Meditation & Workshop Facilitator
Vernon Clements
Vernon Clements
Youth Director, Certified Meditation & Mindfulness Trainer, Life Coach, Entrepreneur

Francis Bevan
Francis Bevan
Australia’s Most Accurate Clairvoyant, Psychic & Astrologer
Nia Tursari Beyerlein
Nia Tursari Beyerlein
Energy Healer, Practitioner, Trainer

Lucy Chan
Lucy Chan
Energy & Body Healer, Practitioner, Master Trainer
El Herington
El Herington
Founder of Whole Presence Quantum Soul Retrieval, Intuitive, Shamanic Practitioner, Reiki Master, Spiritual Healer and Teacher

Stephanie Hermawan
Stephanie Hermawan
Meditation Teacher, Healer, Speaker, Author, Entrepreneur, Changemaker, Angel Impact Investor, Philanthropist
Sky Kho
Sky Kho
Managing Director & Lead Practitioner

Beatrice Lee
Beatrice Lee
Crystal Healer, Hypnotherapist
Stacey Lee
Stacey Lee
Certified Family Constellation Facilitator, Reference Point Therapy Practitioner, Radiant Child Yoga Teacher, Colourfool Creative Coach

Dr. Ravi Ratan
Dr. Ravi Ratan
Aromatherapist, Lymphatic Drainage
Meilinda Sutanto
Meilinda Sutanto
Meditation Teacher, Healer, Certified Health Coach, Plant-Based Nutritionist, Speaker, Co-Author, Angel Impact Investor, Greenpreneur, Green Developer and Philanthropist

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How is meditation different from relaxation, thinking, concentration or self-hypnosis?

Relaxation:

Relaxation is a common by-product of meditation. Relaxation itself can assume many forms, such as taking a hot bath or reclining in the Lazy-boy and watching tv, etc. Meditation is an active process where the meditator remains fully aware of what the awareness is doing. It also attempts to transcend the thought process whereas many forms of relaxation still engage the thought process. Meditation allows the body to relax and can offset the effects of stress both mentally and physically to a potentially much greater degree than passive relaxation.

Thinking:

Thoughts generally consume energy in the process of their formation. Constant thought-activity, especially of random nature, can tire the mind and even bring on headache. Meditation attempts to transcend this crude level of thought activity. Through regular practice one becomes aware that they are not their thoughts but that there is an awareness that exists independent of thought. Descartes (“I think, therefore I am”) obviously was not a regular meditator!

Concentration:

Meditation begins with concentration, but after an initial period of concentration, thought activity decreases and keeping the awareness focused becomes more spontaneous. At this point the person may or may not continue to employ the object of concentration.

Self-hypnosis:

Self-hypnosis, like meditation, involves at least an initial period of concentration on an object. However in hypnosis one does not try to maintain an awareness of the here-and-now, or to stay conscious of the process. Instead one essentially enters a sort of semi-conscious trance.

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