WHO WE ARE, WHAT WE DO.
For over eleven years, we have helped people live happier lives. We first released "The T.A.D. Principle" in 2003, and those concepts have been refined and are now included in our self-study course: meditationSHIFT.
The word "meditation" elicits a lot of diverse views and, unfortunately, a lot of misinformation. If you do a Google search on "what is meditation," you will find over 90 million results. And, the bulk of it is not accurate.
For those who have tried it, many will tell you that their mind is "too busy" to meditate. For those who haven't tried it, opinions range from it being a method of stopping thoughts or controlling your mind, to an exercise steeped in mystery, strange sitting positions, and new-age philosophy.
None of that is true.
Our course teaches you how to meditate, and how to develop a consistent practice. More important, it helps you understand your mind, its activity, and how to overcome the challenges it creates in your life. Anyone can do it, and the benefits are substantial.
It's not positive thinking.
It's not traditional self-improvement.
It is, however, something that will have a more dramatic impact on your happiness and well-being than anything else you can do. And, you don't have to wear robes, chant, or sit in an uncomfortable position!
You may have found this site through our award-winning blog, our published articles, or our page "Meditation explained in 60 seconds" (it has been shared over ten thousand times in the past few months). Or, you may have been sent here by one of the thousands of people who have taken the meditationSHIFT course. Regardless, welcome and keep reading!
WE ALL SHARE A COMMON PROBLEM.
Our minds constantly produce thoughts. Those thoughts become stories that we play in our heads. They influence our mood and outlook, they create and reinforce our beliefs, and they condition our actions and reactions.
This "mind-made" activity is responsible for worry, regret, self-doubt, stress, anxiety, depression, and the other struggles we face every day.
Consider these questions:
- At times, does it seem like your mind doesn't have an "off-switch?"
- Do you lay awake at night, lost in thought?
- Do you struggle with self-doubt and thoughts of "not being good enough?"
- Are you constantly anxious? Worried? Depressed?
- Do you suffer from stress and its physical manifestations (tight muscles, headaches, aches and pains)?
- Do you have trouble with memory and focus (limited attention)?
- Do you lose your temper, and often feel ruled by your emotions?
You probably answered "yes" to several (maybe most) of those. And, you have probably found that positive affirmations and other self-help methods don't provide lasting solutions.
That's because you can't think your way out of a problem caused by thinking.
Now, answer one more question:
Would you rather use your mind as a tool, or let it continue to hold power over your happiness and well-being?
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