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- What is meditation?
So, you've been hearing about meditation, or your friends are telling you that you need to try it.
But, you're wondering..."What is actually happening during meditation? Are you just sitting there? Is my mind supposed to go blank?"
No, you are not just sitting there, although you are sitting in stillness. The science shows that as you meditate, you are reducing the overload of stress that has built up and stored in your body (and that's just the tip of the iceberg for benefits.)
- What are the benefits?
Learn the science of what is actually happening in your brain and body during meditation.
Gain an understanding of the positive changes and benefits that are available with a consistent meditation practice.
When you understand why you are doing something, you are more likely to stick with it.
This 7 day course will teach you foundations of a few different types of meditation (and you may even have a little fun.)
- How do I meditate?
I know you are busy, and your time is precious.
And you may be wondering..."How do I meditate correctly to get the most benefits?"
In this 7 day course, you will walk away with a comfortable understanding of the basics, concrete skills to apply, and the confidence to get started with a plan that is right for you.
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Learn how to:
- Reduce Stress - Perhaps the most profound benefit that meditation has on our health is counteracting the many negative effects of stress. This benefit is experienced after one session and is compounded each time you practice.
- Increase Happiness - By connecting to your emotions and developing the skill to be in the present, we are able to find joy in life. Studies have shown that the control of emotions through meditation results in positive feelings.
- Improve Brain Function - Meditation is like exercise for your brain. Scientists have found that it can actually change how the brain functions. Meditation promotes being mindful, which is learning how to focus your mind, emotions and thoughts on the present.