Truth isn’t a demanding urge, it’s a whisper. That’s why it’s so important to learn to listen quietly. When Truthteller Dina Proctor first began to (reluctantly) try to find her own truth while in recovery for alcohol addiction, she couldn’t hear the gentle softness of it through her own pain. It wasn’t until she learned to meditate, then adapted the practice into something that worked for her, that she could finally truly connect with her own all-knowing inner voice. She developed the 3×3 Meditation technique, and now teaches it to others through her book and coaching practice. I learned a lot from what she had to tell me, and I think you will, too!
Dina Proctor interviews Wf1 Founder, Kelly McNelis, on her radio show Madly Chasing Peace.
Dina Proctor is a Truthteller who found her own truth during the lowest point of her life. After reluctantly being encouraged to try meditation, she learned that, by meditating three times a day for three minutes at a time, she could connect with her innermost thoughts and begin to hear the powerful voice inside of her that she had been drowning in alcohol. Through her experience, she developed the 3×3 meditation technique, and now shares her story and her method to help others heal and find their own truth. Check it out, and check out her book, “Madly Chasing Peace: How I went from Hell to Happy in Nine Minutes a Day.”
When our team read Dina’s story, we knew we had to share it with our community. Through the power of meditation, Dina was able to overcome major hurdles, and discover the peace and centeredness she was seeking. Her story also shows that when life seems bleak, reaching out for help could save a life.