In a 2013 survey of over 300 people, 84% of them selected our free meditation guide as "the best" among six alternatives!
Is your mind a tool that you use, or do you find that it's the opposite for you?
If you don't know how to meditate, we will teach you with basic, simple instructions.
If you don't know why you should meditate, we will help you understand.
If you already know how to meditate but need a short, insightful refresher - this is it!
It takes sixty seconds to read this page and request our free guide. It takes 5 minutes to read the guide once you receive it. That is a small amount of time to invest in something you can use for a lifetime!
A consistent meditation practice has many scientifically-proven benefits, including: decreasing stress, reducing anxiety and depression, lowering blood pressure, promoting calm (reducing worry), helping with sleep, and lessening the effects of emotions such as fear, anger, sadness, et cetera.
Moreover, it helps distance you from a compulsive mind and the non-stop thoughts it creates.
Read our free guide and learn how to deal with the challenges your mind creates. We've laid it all out for you: short, simple, and informative.
What do you have to lose - 5 minutes?
You can view our free guide on your computer, smartphone, or tablet. We try to send a link out immediately, but - at the latest - you should receive it within an hour of your request. If you don't see an email in your Inbox, check your "Spam" folder.
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Chris Falter from Walnut Creek, California, on the free guide:
"I've read A LOT of articles and 'how to' guides on meditation - the Internet is filled with them. But, your manual is easily the best out there! I expected basic instructions, but you included a detailed account of what my mind is doing, and how I can better deal with all the thoughts that constantly come at me. Thank you, I'm on my ninth straight day of meditating because of your free guide!"
Visit tad on Facebook to read the series of posts on mindfulness that the above guide is based on. Below are the links - please "Like" our page if you find the content useful and want to read more of the same.
> Suffering and compulsive thinking
> That voice in your head
> Basic mindfulness instructions
> Wrapping up
And, find out about our self-study course, meditationSHIFT - it is designed to help you understand how your mind works, and how you can use it as a tool instead of letting it control you.