When I was young I found out I was part Native American. Around age 14 I read about Shamanism and going on a spirit journey to find your spirit animal. That journey was my first foray into learning how to meditate.
Fast forward more than 20 years later and I find that unless I'm very tired, I have trouble sleeping because I have so much on my mind. I'm also not afraid to admit that I'm human and can let me emotions get the best of me.
Meditation has a large number of benefits. The two I find most useful for day-to-day living are relaxation and focus.
With meditation I can calm my mind and relax enough to fall asleep, come up with solutions to problems, and figure out just what's going on emotionally so I can continue to move forward.
The techniques I use aren't esoteric and don't take very long to learn. The learning part is simple – the practice part is where the difficulty lies.
During this live workshop at 1PM on February 6th I'm going to share with you a number of the techniques I use for meditation. I use these techniques to fall asleep at night, calm down when I'm upset, and clear my mind so I can focus on whatever's in front of me.
But we won't just talk about it – we'll do an actual meditation, live!
Can you expect to be a master of meditation from an online workshop. No, that's not realistic.
What you will come away with are techniques you can use at any time to become calm, relax, and regain focus.