I have had an interest in meditation for a long time, however as I have Cerebral Palsy and use a wheelchair I have found it difficult to find a style of practice that suits me. Many of the resources I found often had a strong and sometimes prescriptive focus on certain postures and sitting positions, which made me feel like I wouldn’t be able to  get the same out of meditation as someone who could easily get into a lotus position.

I’m an avid reader, so books will always feature quite heavily in this blog, I like to get as many perspectives and explore as many different ideas as possible.

I started this blog because I felt like there was not enough information for people with disabilities when I first became interested in mindfulness and meditation. I am hoping that this blog will mean that that is not the case for other people. I want to make this blog as informative as possible, but I’m not an expert.

I am working on doing image descriptions, but I am new to it so if you have any suggestions to make them better then please let me know.

This blog is  mostly typed with speech recognition software, please forgive any mistakes or oddnesses that have slipped through my proofreading process. Thank you.

If you have any questions feel free to leave a comment or tweet me @JuneCraven. I would also love to hear what you think so please get in touch.

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