Understand your mind,
What if we told you…
you can decrease stress and anxiety
you can increase focus and productivity
you can combat depression, improve your
self-confidence, and be more emotionally
…just by spending a short time each day doing
And, it’s been proven effective
over thousands of years.
Plus, it’s backed by scientific
The struggles of life…
We all face similar challenges:
fear and regret
What doesn’t work:
Traditional self-help methods
Forced “positive thinking”
Sure, they can provide temporary relief. But,
you always end up dealing with the same
Our focus is wrong.
Everything we do treats the symptoms of
the problem, not the problem itself.
We need to address the root cause.
The root cause: our minds
Our minds are the foundation for everything.
Our daily life is characterized by compulsive
thinking. Our minds churn through thoughts,
feelings, emotions, and urges seemingly non-stop.
This “mind-made” activity dictates our actions and
We are subjected to a constant narrative (you
know, that voice in your head).
Our condition: lost in thought
A fish doesn’t realize it is surrounded by
water, because it has always been
surrounded by water.
Many of us don’t realize we are inundated
with thoughts, because we have always
been inundated with thoughts.
Over the course of our lives, we
have been conditioned to follow
our minds wherever they lead.
And, most of us don’t even realize
we do it; we live on “auto-pilot.”
We identify with the “mind-made”
We attach to it.
We get lost in it.
We are swept away by it.
Three quick experiments:
1. Take 30 seconds and think of nothing. How
far did you get before you had a thought?
2. Take 5 minutes and write down every
thought you have. How many were there?
How varied and random were they?
3. Read this sentence silently to yourself. Can
you hear the voice in your head?
What can you do about it?
Develop a clear understanding of your
mind, its activity, and the problems it
creates in your life.
Cultivate awareness of your thoughts,
feelings, emotions, and urges. And, learn
not to cede control to them.
What can you do about it?
Practice observing, accepting, and not
attaching to the “mind-made” activity.
Interrupt the conditioned patterns you
have developed over the course of your
Sam Harris, author and neuroscientist:
“The habit of spending nearly every
waking moment lost in thought leaves
us at the mercy of whatever our
thoughts happen to be.
Meditation is a way of breaking this spell.”
our three week course
Study/instruction – we help you understand
your mind, and the problems it creates.
Meditation – we provide a structured
program so you build a consistent practice.
Mindfulness – we teach you how to extend
your practice to your everyday life.
Benefits of meditation and
mindfulness (if done consistently):
lowers stress, decreases anxiety
helps combat depression
lowers blood pressure and boosts
and much more…
And, you don’t even have to sit like this:
Unless you want to!
Find out about our course:
Research on the benefits of mindfulness