Staying healthy isn’t just about nurturing our bodies with movement and nourishing foods –- we need to give our minds a little love, too. Enter Luke McLeod: a whole lot more than “that guy from The Bachelorette”, McLeod’s the founder and teacher at Soul Alive, and has made it his mission to enlighten people’s lives via his online meditation sessions.
“Meditation has made me a better man in every area,” he says. “I feel calmer, more confident in myself, I feel more certain in my decisions, and I certainly think that I’ve shifted my perspective in what I want out of life.”
With nothing to lose, and everything to gain, there’s really no excuse to not give meditation a go, says McLeod – especially at a time like this, while we’re in the middle of an unheralded global crisis.
“You don’t need equipment, you can do it from your home, you don’t need anyone else,” McLeod explains. “Those three key elements make it perfect for this moment of isolation.”
Here, the meditation master on why there’s no better time than the present to begin your journey to inner peace, dispels a few common meditation myths, and reveals how anyone can achieve a state of Zen in isolation.