'A paradoxical intimacy': Online mediation interest spikes as Canberrans seek self in isolation

By Caitlin Cassidy, Rosa Ritchie
September 5 2020 - 5:00pm
Reverend Sarah Bachelard at St Ninians church in Lyneham, who has been been running popular meditation services on Zoom during the pandemic. Picture: Karleen Minney

Spiritual teachers have seen a huge spike in participation in meditation programs, as people spending more time at home seek coping strategies to combat increased levels of loneliness and anxiety since the onset of coronavirus.

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