This free online meditation course will take you on a journey in which you will learn the first steps toward learning how to meditate.
We live in a very stressful world. You probably don’t need me to remind you of that fact. Why are we so stressed out?
Why do we feel so much pressure? Why does it seem like contentment and peace are so hard to find?
In this free online meditation course, you will learn what meditation is, what its health benefits are, and how to start your own meditation practice.
Let’s begin with what meditation is, so you will understand what you will be doing and hoping to accomplish on your meditation journey.
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Well, for most people, they simply just have too many duties, responsibilities, distractions, and routines taking up their time and attention.
If you were to slice and dice and dissect your daily schedule, you probably would fit into this category as well. There’s just so much that you have to cram into your mind every single day.
It is no surprise that a lot of people develop the following symptoms of stress: They have short attention spans.
When they read stuff online, they can barely pay attention until another item shows up on their Facebook timeline and they forgot about the stuff that they were reading before. They don’t really read materials, they just scan. That’s how short most people’s attention span is.
Next, stressed out people overreact emotionally. It seems like everything that you perceive or become aware of is some sort of judgment or is somehow, some way, related to you. You personalize everything. Everything is personal.
And it’s no surprise that you tend to react emotionally. This may be due to the fact that you’re stressed out. You may be reading too much into things. But unfortunately, once we open our mouths, we end up hurting people. We end up making decisions that we come to regret later on.
Another symptom of too much stress is simply a lack of patience.
You don’t feel like you want to stick around for anything. This is a very serious problem because it can lead to road rage if you’re stuck in traffic. This can lead to violent disagreements with friends and family members.
You might hurt your relationships because you simply have grown impatient in dealing with people. People are people. It often takes time for people to get their act together. Finally, you get this generalized sense of anxiety and frustration. You can’t quite put your finger on it, but you feel that something is missing in your life. You feel that something is just not right.
Not surprisingly, it’s very hard for you to find peace and contentment.
It seems that, at any given second, something wrong might happen. It may lead to you losing money, or it may lead to you suffering from some sort of illness.
Whatever the case may be, something’s off. Something’s not right. Rarely if ever. do you feel that if your world is perfect? It is no surprise that, given these symptoms, the western world suffers from several systemic dysfunctions. In the western world, there are high divorce rates. Too many people quickly conclude that their marriage is simply not worth saving, so this blows up the divorce rate. People are just not that patient with their relationships.
Another symptom involves the high levels of drug use.
This is particularly deadly in the United States because of the current opioid epidemic gripping that country. Some people have always self-medicated to deal with stress and anxiety.
Maybe they smoke weed, maybe they do cocaine, maybe they shoot up heroin. Whatever the case may be, it numbs or suspends the pain for at least a period of time until they have to go back to “the real world.”
Finally, the western world, as well as Japan, has always suffered from high suicide rates.
This is another reflection of the prolonged systemic dysfunction produced by depression, stress, and anxiety. If you need proof of this, just look at the top prescribed medications in any given year in the United States and many parts of the “developed” world.
What do you see at the top? Antidepressants or anti-anxiety medications. This is guaranteed. In the top ten of prescribed medications, you will always see those two.
Something’s got to give. Unfortunately, most of the time, it is you. Thankfully, there is a better way to handle your mental resources. You don’t have to stress out. You don’t have to freak out. You don’t have to be emotionally on edge every single time. You don’t feel like something wrong is going on or something’s about to get knocked loose.
The best thing about this better way of handling your mental resources is that it is 100% drug-free.
That’s right. No chemicals are involved. This method is also 100% natural. You deal with your mind as it exists. You don’t have to buy a machine. You don’t have to take drugs. You don’t have to ingest anything foreign into your body. It is 100% natural.
It works with how your mind works. It is also 100% conscious. You’re not going to hypnotize yourself. You’re not going to be under the mental control of another person.
Finally, this system enables you to remain in 100% control of your mind.
You call the shots. You pick the method, and you work with it. It works on your schedule, on your own terms, and based on your needs.
Sound awesome? Wouldn’t you like to try this better way? Are you sick and tired of the regular ways you deal with stress, anxiety and the daily strains of modern living?
Well, here’s the answer: Meditation.
This training teaches you the ins and outs of practical meditation, so you can come up with a solution that works best for you!
This is Lesson 1 of your free online meditation course. Ready to begin? Let’s get going on your meditation journey…
VIDEO: Common Myths About Meditation That May Be Stopping You From Meditating…
If you’ve been feeling like everything in your life is an effort these days, that distractions are everywhere, you’re expected to be a multi-tasking genius, and your stress level is twisting your stomach into knots, it might be time to consider starting a meditation practice.
Near the end of the introduction to this training, you might be a little bit skeptical. You probably have heard of meditation before, however, you might not have been excited at first.
Part of the reason for this is because of the religious or spiritual baggage of meditation. After all, meditation was pioneered in the East, in the specific context of Buddhism and Hinduism.
This cuts against the grain with most people from the West. Most Westerners are secular. It’s no surprise that a lot of people are turned off by the spiritual or mystical reputation of meditation. But this is not the reality of meditation.
Here are 8 myths that might be holding you back about meditation. Learn to recognize these and hear the truth about meditation so you can make a real informed choice.
Myth #1: You have to be religious for meditation to work
According to this myth, you have to be a Buddhist or a Hindu for meditation to work for you. Absolutely wrong. Meditation works with how your mind naturally processes stimuli.
It doesn’t need religion. It doesn’t need spirituality. You just need to tune in to how your mind is already working.
Myth #2: You have to “believe” for meditation to produce benefits
You don’t have to believe in anything. You just have to go through the steps of meditation because meditation works with how your mind works. It’s kind of like redecorating a room with existing furniture. The furniture is already there. You just need to rearrange the furniture, so it produces better effects.
You’re not imagining stuff for the process to work. You’re not forcing yourself to change what you believe in for meditation to produce results.
Myth #3: You are fully unconscious when meditating
This is an absolute lie. A lot of people are under the impression that meditation is really like some variation of sleep and you’re hypnotizing yourself or entering some sort of altered reality. No. This is not true.
Real practical meditation is actually the precise opposite. You remain fully conscious. However, you train your consciousness to purify its focus. It leads to a very empowering feeling because you start becoming more mentally disciplined. This is the complete opposite of just simply being unconscious.
Myth #4: You will fall under the influence of others easily when meditating
When you meditate, you are calling the shots because your focus is super filtered. It is super fine. Only you can do this. Nobody outside of you can guide you to achieve this level of clarity and focus.
You have to do this yourself. Accordingly, you won’t fall under the influence of others when meditating unless, of course, you want to. You always have that choice. But practically speaking, you are calling the shots.
Myth #5: Meditation is another form of hypnosis
Hypnosis works when somebody outside of you guides you to achieve an altered state of reality. They basically change how you look at things. Maybe a hypnotist will make you change your mind about smoking or some form of addictive behavior.
Meditation is very different from hypnosis because you’re not gaining instructions. Instead, you are clearing away your mind to focus on how your mind works in a given moment. You’re not taking in stuff.
You’re actually clearing stuff away, so there’s nothing to get hypnotized about. What you have is a pure focus.
Myth #6: It takes a lot of effort to meditate properly
Your mind is actually very powerful. To use machinery analogy, your mind already has gears that turn. And these are very powerful gears. You have to understand that you navigate reality with your mind. It’s how your body exists in reality. You perceive reality through your mind.
When you meditate, you tap into that machinery and you purify it. In other words, the energy is already there. You don’t have to exert new effort. Instead, again, to use the analogy of the room with furniture, you’re just rearranging the furniture to produce a different effect.
Myth #7: You have to meditate for a long time for it to benefit you
Meditation, to a lot of people, is a lot of work. They think that there are many levels to it. Well, people who think that way are being confused by the traditional religion or spirituality that surrounded meditation because Buddhists think in levels. Hindus too, to a certain degree.
Raw practical basic meditation can produce results for you right here, right now. Since your goal is not to attain some sort of mystical enlightenment but to just live in the present moment and focus your mental energies, the benefit is almost immediate if you do it right.
Myth #8: People who meditate are gullible
This really is a slam against people who are looking for natural and self-controlled ways to deal with stress. This is an insult. The truth is, even if you are the most skeptical person in the world and you really have a tough time believing anything, if you just focus on the mental processes you are already engaged in and direct it to a more natural alignment, you don’t need to be persuaded of anything. It just works on its own.
All of the 8 myths above will trip you up. Learn how to spot them in terms of your belief system. Let me tell you, what I’m going to teach you about meditation will not benefit you in the least if you hang on to any of these myths.
Get out from under them and start enjoying the benefits you’ve been looking for. You need to start with as clean of a slate as you can.
So make sure you go through your personal, mental and attitude laundry list and clear out any of the myths above or anything related or similar enough to these myths. Otherwise, meditation may not work out for you.
Meditation is an age-old method of calming the mind so it can focus better.
It creates a state of inner peace in which you don’t have to judge or do, you just have to observe and be. Once the mind is calm and clear, it can be used to harness the power within yourself, so you can live your best life and achieve your full potential.
Meditation used to be dismissed by Westerners as something for ‘hippies’ and people who live in the East.
The truth is that anyone can benefit from meditation if they are willing to take the time and expend some effort to learn about it and then follow through by meditating regularly for a few minutes a day.
Your brain comprises only 2% to 3% of your body weight. However, it uses 20% of your body’s energy. It is constantly performing millions of processes every second, every minute, and every hour of the day.
It works while you are awake and asleep. It is the cornerstone of all human experiences, feelings, and behaviors, guides your perceptions, stores your memories and dictates your level of self-awareness.
It is the most complex, capable and powerful computer ever created. However, your brain is bombarded these days with information overload.
Input is being received by your five senses at a greater rate than at any other time in human history. Accordingly, your brain is constantly processing this massive sensory attack, while simultaneously running the many processes that keep you alive.
That is why you are constantly stressed out, and experience physical and mental health issues connected to your feelings of being overwhelmed and out of control.
Fortunately, your life doesn’t have to be that way. Imagine if you could cut through all of the unnecessary and useless information and input your brain receives every day. What would your spiritual, mental and physical experiences be like if you could harness the incredible ability of your brain to focus on just one thought, perception or reality?
This is what a simple daily practice of meditation delivers – a calming of the mind so that you experience …
… Spiritual enlightenment and realization.
… Physical health and vitality from head to toe.
… Ultimate power over stress, anxiety, and depression.
… Mental well-being and control over your emotions.
… A healthy immune system that resists infection, disease, and sickness.
… Improved relationships and a final realization of who you really are.
VIDEO: Take a quick moment with this two-minute meditation right now to restore your calm and confidence.
We are far past the days where meditation was considered something for “new age” people and far east spiritualists. Doctors and health professionals from all walks of life now agree that the mental, spiritual and physical benefits of meditation truly can be achieved through a simple daily meditation practice.
Children and adults of all ages can learn to meditate. Your religious and personal beliefs, culture or IQ don’t matter. Virtually anyone can create a dream existence with a healthy mind, body and spiritual understanding through meditation.
The problem is that there are a lot of myths and false beliefs concerning meditation. For instance, meditation is not linked to a particular religion. It can be a spiritual experience for some, while others use it to eliminate stress from their lives. And meditation doesn’t have to mean a quiet, closed-off room, dressed in robes while sitting in the lotus position, burning incense and chanting either.
Anytime you have a few spare moments, wherever you are, night or day, you can use meditation to calm your mind, control your emotions, reduce stress and anxiety and improve your mental and physical health.
This is exactly what you will learn when you begin this special Free Online Meditation Course – Your Meditation Journey.
After learning the principles in Your Meditation Journey Course, you will be able to:
- Create and maintain a state of mental and physical peace and well-being (Lesson 2)
- Practice mindfulness wherever you find yourself (Lesson 9)
- Regulate a healthy blood pressure level (Lesson 3)
- Recognize and accept events without letting them control your emotions (Lesson 5)
- Scan a specific body part for pain relief (Lesson 9)
- Limit the pain from arthritis and other chronic conditions (Lesson 3)
- Start your own meditation practice – a step-by-step of the main elements of meditation (Lesson 8)
- Take control over stress, rather than letting it control you (Lesson 6)
- Identify misconceptions and myths of meditation that may be limiting your experience (Lesson 4)
- Treat depression, insomnia, and anxiety (Lesson 3)
- Identify the different types of meditation, and choose the one that is right for you (Lesson 7)
- Achieve the empowering state of “emptiness” (Lesson 5)
- Boost heart health (Lesson 3)
- Supercharge your body’s natural defense system against sickness, and disease (Lesson 6)
- Lose weight, stop smoking, break the addiction, and treat (ADHD) (Lesson 3)
Those are just a few of the amazing mental and physical rewards Your Meditation Journey Online Course can help you manifest in your life.
The benefits are truly limitless when you learn how to harness the power of your mind.
This can be achieved with a simple meditation practice that works for men and women, young and old and people from all walks of life. Stop imagining your dream life and start living it.
CLICK HERE for Lesson 2 “What Is Meditation – Why Are There So Many Benefits?” and let your path to spiritual enlightenment, mental well-being, and physical health begin now.
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