Meditation: Simplified

Unclear on how to meditate?

Whether you are a newbie to meditation, or you’ve been dabbling in it for a while now, you probably  have some of the same questions and concerns that I did when I first started meditating years ago…

Am I doing it right?

I can’t stop thinking!

Do I have to be a Buddhist to do this?

I can’t sit cross-legged, so I guess I can’t meditate.

Nothing is happening. I must be doing it wrong.

I don’t feel any different afterward.

Do I have to “om”? I don’t even know what that means.

…and on, and on.

I get it. Meditation is one of those things that people say is good for you. There are even scientific studies on how meditation can reduce stress, increase life satisfaction, boost the immune system, and even lower crime rates.

Yet, when it’s just you and your cushion in a dark corner of your home and you are left to nothing but your rampant thoughts, tight hips, and deepest fears, it somehow doesn’t feel so appealing. Especially when you’ve had zero guidance to help you figure out what the heck to do while you are just sitting there.

I’m here to help.

I’m giving you a free guide that will help you see that meditation doesn’t have to be scary or intimidating. In fact, it can become the highlight of your day. Meditation can be something you actually look forward to, rather than something that feels like a chore.

It’s an opportunity to experience the deep sense of peace, happiness, and bliss that is always within you (granted, there might be some times when that peace and happiness is covered up by life’s muck, but meditation helps to clear that up).

It’s a chance to get to the heart of who you are, why you are here, and how you can make a difference in this world. Click below to receive your free PDF that takes meditation and…well, simplifies it.