What if you move your chaotic, anxious insides from...
Restless to Relaxed
Frazzled to Focused
Turbulent to Tranquil
...All with just a few simple, strategies to tame
your frenetic, frenzied inner world?
Here's your Meditation Starter Guide!
This will shift your focus like a calm, practiced Buddha.
(All in as little as 5 minutes per day, and while sitting at your desk (unless you have a swanky meditation space).)
"Meditation is the journey from sound to silence, from movement to illness,
from a limited identity to unlimited space."
- Sri Ravi Shankar
In this easy-to-digest primer…
You'll get practical but powerful instruction and supply suggestions to start your meditation journey.
Buy this mat, ding this bell, say these words.
Breathe this way, sit that way.
What to do, what not to say.
In your home, at the office, in your car, at your desk, on your sofa, in front of the fireplace, in your meditation room, and in the bathroom stall.
(Hey, quiet space is quiet space.)
Learn these 8 meditation practices:
7. Body Scan
Get to "Ohmmmmming" in under one hour.
The custom used since 1500 BCE with Hindus, Buddhists, Taoists, and Shamans.
Meditation stems from the Latin word meditatum, which means “to ponder.”
Meditate to contemplate thinking patterns and brain behaviors, so you can put yourself back in the driver’s seat.
Ponder life, get in touch with your inner self, and learn what the calmest, most peaceful people have known for years…
Manage internal noise, which keeps you feeling chaotic, harried, and stuck in a spiral of negative emotion and confusion about the best next steps.
Meditate to awaken your emotional senses so you get in touch with your full range of feelings.
Meditate to commune with your soul’s longings, where the answer to all of your life’s immediate questions reside.
Shut down physical noise. People talking, nearby construction, loud music or television, barking dogs, and other environmental sounds.
Calm physiological noise. Chronic pain, temporary aches, and illness, internal discomfort, growling stomach, and physical barriers.
Filter out psychological noise. Internal negative self-talk, worrying thoughts, crushing deadlines, mental clogs, and the build-up of a long to-do list you can’t get out of your head.
For every meditation example, you'll get a detailed description of how to start and finish the meditation.
You'll integrate meditation into your body right away!
If you have the Ultimate Meditation Starter Guide, you will learn how just 5 minutes a day, and applying the tools I give you, can start to feel:
Do you ever feel like you're DROWNING in noise?
Kid noise, spouse noise, boss noise, customer noise. Then, of course, the dinging email, buzzing texts, and news stories throughout the day.
Everyone wants something from you, and you're just spent at the end of the day.
In psychology, these demands are called noise. There are three types:
- Psychological - These are our internal perceptions, judgments, stereotypes, and thoughts that seep into our brains while in the middle of a conversation or other situation. It’s hard to engage in an activity when you have ruminating words, thoughts, and chatter running through your brain.
- Physiological - This happens in your body and brain throughout the day or in a situation. Examples are feeling hungry, having a headache, and stressing about an upcoming event.
- Environmental - Noises in the background, like the television, dog barking, people are talking, construction, phone dinging, texts buzzing, and background music.