Overview: This in-depth guide provides meditation guidance, meditation instructions, and loads of “underground” tips based on over two decades of research and experience in mind training.
I was suffering from acute anxiety before and during exams in my sophomore year at the University of Michigan.
As a consequence, I was getting sick often and freezing during exams, lowering my performance.
My uncle shared with me a simple meditation practice he learned from a course. Using this method made a measurable difference in my health, performance, and well being.
And so, from then on, I began exploring and experimenting with different meditative practices and breathing techniques.
Perhaps you’ve never meditated before. Or, you’ve been meditating for years.
Maybe you dabble in meditation, or you tried it out and decided it wasn’t for you.
Regardless of your relationship to meditation (or lack thereof), I’m confident you’ll find tremendous value in today’s new guide.
In this comprehensive and unusual meditation instruction guide, I’m going to offer what I’ve learned from over 25 years of mind training.
- The unconscious reasons most people resist meditation guidance
- How to meditate even when you don’t want to
- Powerful meditation instructions to make mind training more effective
- Understanding the vital intersection between psychology and meditation
Let’s jump in …