“2,500 Years of Research Can’t Be Wrong!”
“How a Simple and Easy Process, That Can be Done Anywhere, Practiced for Just a Few Minutes a Day Can Improve Your Health and Well-being Immeasurably!”
Mindfulness is a powerful tool of personal change. What seems a deceptively simple process has the potential to undo unwanted thoughts and behaviours and generate alternative ways of acting and thinking.
I have been using mindfulness based techniques alongside NLP for a number of years. Many NLPers have discovered the power of mindfulness based techniques and how they can complement and enhance your NLP skills. Due to this increasing interest in mindfulness and meditation within the NLP community I have written this
simple guide to mindfulness meditation.
|49 page eGuide. Available exclusively on Kindle
I have been meditating for around 15 years, but I make no claims to being a meditation teacher, Guru, Master, Roshi, or any other title that anyone may try to bestow upon me.
I write this guide merely as a humble traveller on the path, who has stopped to assist another traveller on their way.
Although I have practiced and studied several forms of meditation I have predominantly practiced the Buddhist style, in particular ZaZen (Zen meditation). I find this the simplest (yet most profound) form. So this guide does have a Zen flavour to it, although it will NOT teach you Zen meditation (for that you need to find a recognised Roshi – Zen teacher).
Undo repeating un-useful patterns of thought and behaviour over and over
Meditation is the ultimate form of personal transformations, with practice you abandon your fixed concept of personality, you become free of the baggage of psychological ticks, hang-ups, contradictions and prejudices that make up “you”.
The key to meditation is to develop a mindful practice
Mindfulness is traditionally a spiritual or religious process, but has been explored and studied by psychologist since the 1970’s and has been formalised into a number of therapeutic applications that have been shown to work with issues such as stress reduction, anxiety and depression and chronic pain.
Mindfulness is best described by John Kabat-Zinn as “…paying attention in a particular way; on purpose, in the present moment, and non-judgmentally.”
This is a guide to mindfulness meditation
What you get:
This is a complete beginners guide and I have done my best to cover every aspect of the meditation process, simply and without fluff or padding. Including:
There is over 30 years of scientific evidence (and over 2500 years of anecdotal evidence!) that suggests that a simple practice of mindfulness meditation can:
- Slow the effects of ageing on the brain (it makes your brain “denser”!).
- Create razor sharp concentration
- Reduce stress and stress related illnesses and effects.
- Banish depression and the stranglehold of negative emotions
- Act more appropriately, spontaneously, in any situation (and feel more confident)
- Let go of cravings and attachments.
- Live more in the moment, not dwelling on the past or focusing on the future.
- Increase your sense of well being.
I firmly believe that a daily meditation routine is one of the best ways to improve your health and well being.
WARNING: By reading this eGuide and putting into practice the information inside, you may experience unexpected bouts of boundless joy and happiness.
49 page eGuide. Available for instant download!