No matter how hard you try, you can't escape your mind.
Find a new job. End one relationship and start another. Purchase some more stuff. Move to a different city. Take a vacation and travel the world.
It doesn't matter what you do, because your mind is always there waiting for the "newness" of external changes to wear off.
You can't suppress thoughts and emotions. You can't bury them under motivational platitudes. And, you can't force yourself to only "think positive."
You can, however, change your relationship with your mind.
You can understand its compulsive nature, distance yourself from the inner narrative that comments on and judges everything (including yourself), and learn to stop following it down a path that culminates in habitual behavior.
Most of us go through our day on autopilot, victim to the next thought, emotion, or urge that pops into our heads. This mental noise weighs us down with worry, fear, doubt, and regret. It leads to struggles with stress, anxiety, and depression.
Work and school suffer.
Changing your relationship with your mind is the way out, and we've been helping people do it for over 13 years.
"An owner's guide to your mind."
Lori Becker (New York, New York):
"When you stop letting thoughts and emotions control you, you become a lot happier. Thanks for demystifying meditation and teaching me about my mind!"
This is our flagship program, taken in your own home at your own pace.
Who is it for?
It's for anyone who wants to stop being at the mercy of the drama their mind produces.
What do you learn?
You learn to step off the spinning wheel of mind-made activity, and end the self-imposed suffering that comes from habitual behavior.
Learn more about "An owner's guide to your mind."