New Course: Meditation For People Who Swear They Can’t Meditate
You know meditation is good for you. Hell, all of your friends can’t stop raving about it. Even your favorite celebrities have a 20-minute-a-day meditation habit. So you tried it. You sat down and expected all your troubles to vanish into the ether as you floated on a cloud of bliss. Who knows, you might even be reborn as the next Dalai Lama!
But that’s not what happened, right? Instead of having this peaceful mind, you noticed your mind was more distracted than ever! Within seconds you lost track of your breath and began to think:
“Why am I thinking so much, what’s wrong with me? Why can’t I just clear my mind?”
“I don’t have time for this, I have better things to do, like check Instagram.”
“Ugh, I’m just one of those people who can’t meditate.”
Don’t worry, these doubts are common. They come from common misconceptions about what meditation is. Here’s a popular one: The goal of meditation is to clear your mind.
Nope, trying to clear you mind directly is impossible. Instead, any reduction in thoughts, any zen-like calmness that occurs, is a side-effect of doing what you are supposed to be doing — focusing on the breath.
This course is about clearing up these misconceptions and other obstacles that keep you from developing a meditation practice and reaping the rewards of a calm, balanced, and focused mind.
In this course you will learn:
*How to make meditation a habit that you will look forward to, and not a chore
*How to do mindfulness of breathing
*How to do walking meditation
… and much more..