A great deal of experience with meditation, and yet…

Even when you have been practising meditation for years, you may notice that some of your behavioural patterns keep repeating themselves or that your relationships are not improving. You may be wondering whether you are still on the right track. This is a well-known issue, because, no matter how salutary meditation may be: practising it is not without pitfalls. You can become stuck without even noticing it, especially when you have been practising by yourself for a long time or have not received adequate guidance. It may also be that you cannot move forward because you have hit an old layer of pain. As Jack Kornfield puts it: even the best meditators can have old wounds which must be healed! (Article Kornfield) Core Process therapy traces its roots to both Buddhist and Western psychology and is very suitable for this.