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Victoria Fontana

Mindfulness Teacher and Consultant

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A Little Bit About Me…

 In 2007 I began to explore meditation and mindfulness in an informal way, reading books and meditating on and off. Even with this inconsistent self study and practice, I began to see real changes. It was on a trip to Tibet a few years later where I fully consolidated my contemplative practice and started meditating on a daily basis. Little by little I experienced the powerful transformation and well-being brought about by this practice and I knew that I wanted to share it with others. Every day is a new adventure and I continue to deepen my own practice while helping others to develop theirs and to reconnect with their authenticity and their original being.

The girl on the left is me when I was little. Mindfulness has brought me back to this, my true essence.

Thank you for visiting!

 

Victoria Fontana is a Mindfulness and Meditation Consultant/Teacher and Wellness Coach, trained as a Mindfulness Consultant at the Escuela Española de Desarrollo Transpersonal, Madrid, Spain, accredited by the European University of Miguel de Cervantes; and as a Meditation Teacher by the Fundación Seresh, Madrid, Spain. Currently earning her coaching certificate at Mentor Coach, Positive Psychology Coaching, Victoria continues her studies in Mindfulness at Barre Center for Buddhist Studies, and in Contemplative Psychotherapy at the Nalanda Institute for Contemplative Science. She holds a Master’s Degree in Education and currently teaches at IE University and privately. She is also a painter. You can see her work at www.victoriafontanaart.com.

 

Portrait of Silence
 
“That silence which is not the silence of the ending of noise is only a small beginning. It is like going through a small hole to an enormous, wide, expansive ocean, to an immeasurable, timeless state. But this you cannot understand verbally unless you have understood the whole structure of consciousness and the meaning of pleasure, sorrow and despair, and the brain cells themselves have become quiet. Then perhaps you may come upon that mystery which nobody can reveal to you and nothing can destroy.”

– J. Krishnamurti

Freedom from the Known, 109

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