understand your mind, live better.
Our normal state: lost in thought.
George Zaltman (author, Professor Emeritus at Harvard):
"Ninety-five percent of our thoughts, emotions, and learning occur without conscious awareness."
Most of us consider our minds to be our greatest asset. As such, we spend the majority of our time on autopilot, following them wherever they lead.
That's the root of our problems.
Our minds are compulsive. They narrate the world around us, commenting on and judging everything - including ourselves. They constantly produce thoughts, emotions, urges, and stories that play in our heads on an endless loop.
All of us carry around the stress, anxiety, and depression that come as a result of this non-stop mental noise. We get weighed down with regret, worry, fear, and doubt. We often lay awake at night, listening to our minds drone on and on.
Relationships suffer. Work suffers. Health suffers. We suffer.
There is a way out, though.
Learn to distance yourself from the drama of your mind.
For over 12 years, we've been helping people around the world break free from the non-stop mental noise. We want to help you, too.
meditationSHIFT teaches you to:
- understand your mind, and overcome the problems it creates;
- meditate with proper instruction (all you need is you; do it anytime, anywhere);
- build a consistent practice, and a meaningful, life-long habit; and
- apply mindfulness to your daily life (transfer the skills you develop while meditating to your "non-meditating" time).
What we teach isn't something mystical. It won't conflict with your religious or philosophical beliefs.
And, you don't have to sit in an uncomfortable, cross-legged position!
Daniel Walker (San Mateo, California):
"You can spend your days trapped in your mind, blaming everything around you for what's wrong. Or 'you can stop being a victim to the next thought, emotion, or urge that pops into your head.' Choose the second option, and meditationSHIFT will show you how to do it."
More about us...
We write a lot. From our award-winning blog and daily musings, to articles in various publications (and around the Internet). Topics include mindfulness, meditation, happiness, living in the present moment, and more.
Join us for our Weekly Q&A - every Wednesday from 3:00PM-5:00PM CDT on Skype (meditationSHIFT). Everyone is welcome!
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