Mind Calm might not change your life but it will definitely change your experience of life…for the better.
Just stop for a moment and ask yourself: What do I really want in life?
Because, I promise you…everything you’re doing right now is to have that but chances are, you’re failing miserably! How do I know? Because I’ve been there.
When I was asked this question a few years ago by my meditation teacher, my answer was immediate: Peace.
I really wanted peace. Peace from the voice in my head to the anxiousness in my chest to the longing in my heart. Peace.
But it seemed so far away. I had a heck of a lot of things on my list to get done before I could be peaceful. The irony is that everything on my list was actually there so that I could, one day, hopefully, be at peace.
Well, we all know that day never comes, does it? Scratch something thing off your list, experience joy about it for approximately 10 seconds and then your mind kicks in with how it could’ve been better and next time, etc. etc.
It never stops. Or at least it never did until I started meditating. Don’t get me wrong, the mind is still racing a million miles an hour…sometimes…but not always. And when it does, I know how to watch it do what it does best: Spin in circles. Observing my mind is so much more peaceful than being in my mind 24/7.
Believe the hype. Regular meditation offers a long list of benefits (backed by research), including better sleep, improved focus and concentration, and best of all: More joy and happiness.
I could go on but the catch is, what you’re looking for is an experience and my words on your screen won’t get you there.
Mind Calm, developed by Sandy Newbigging, is one of the easiest and most accessible meditation techniques out there and I’d love for you to join me for an upcoming class or book a 1:1 session.