This is meditation for smart people, taught smartly.
Because even if you're smart, sometimes you'd like to shut off your brain when you want to.
To have more s p a c e inside your head.
Feeling relaxed, calm, and in control of your life.
We all need meditation.
What makes this different?
It's in the self-transcending family of meditation, which is unlike mindfulness or Vipassana
You sit comfortably in chairs, not on the floor, nor in stress-inducing rigid postures
It's affordably by donation, without hidden charges nor endless upgrades
It's understandable, so you can feel confident about what you're doing and where you're going
It's sustainable, because it's gentle, effortless, and natural
It's customised to you, by you, and is not one-size-fits-all
It's time-efficient, taking you further than expected
It's charming to the mind at ever deeper levels, so you can't get bored
It's healing, undoing three root stresses of our modern life
It balances the mind and heart, making you as lovable as you are intelligent, or vice versa
It's deep, so that there's no glossing over the really important yet tricky stuff
It's usable anytime, with eyes open, even in pressure situations, when you need it the most
It's taught by an expert – a former monk , and goes far beyond putting attention on the breath, visualization, or concentration
It's free of religious ties, gurus, nor hooks to join an organisation
And it's empowering, designed to make you free from the teacher
Refreshing, isn't it?
We all need meditation
No one taught us how to use our mind growing up.
Not our parents, not our teachers—instead we were left to figure out our heads and hearts on our own.
Even though we're adults now, and are supposed to have it all together, yet if we're honest, we find ourselves getting wound up over petty stuff, needlessly worrying, feeling flat and disconnected, over-thinking things, or caught in a rut.
So how do we get out of it—all at once?
Mental health is the missing puzzle piece, and drugs won't truly solve the root issue.
We all need a way to feel ourselves again—to experience the deep peace and "joy for no reason" we used to have naturally as small children.
Meditation, when properly taught, does so much. It calms our mind and soothes our spirit. It clarifies, heals, connects, awakens, emboldens.
It does so much because it takes our awareness past thoughts and stresses to a larger, ignored aspect of ourselves.
This is the root of us. This is the fourth state of consciousness that sages, mystics and saints have alluded to. It is us.
The more we touch this space, the more we rest, recuperate, create anew. Our eyes sparkle again.
We become the person we always knew we could be.
We all need the benefits of meditation.