Four Keys to Meditate with Ease

Posted on August 18, 2021
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Do you also struggle sometimes with a racing mind, feeling completely unsettled and unable to focus or calm down? When living in tumultuous times such as we currently are, it is very easy to get distracted, pulled out of our center, and let our mind take us on a wild emotional roller coaster ride.

If you'd like to slow down your thoughts, get your energy into a more peaceful place, and feel more in control of your thoughts and feelings, then you may want to take a closer look at mediation. Like our home, our mind needs its own regular house cleaning, training, and focus to clear the everyday accumulation of stress, fears, overstimulation, and unnecessary patterns.  And this is what meditating can do for you.

But maybe, like many, you have tried to meditate before and decided "this is not for me". Maybe you fell asleep or found yourself getting frustrated with trying to keep your concentration, even for a few short minutes. Or you told yourself that you don't have time. However, mediating will actually save you time! When you regularly cleanse your subconscious your focus will be stronger and you will work more efficiently. Meditating isn't complicated. The biggest mistake you can make is not to meditate at all. 

Today I want to show you that meditation is easy - probably easier than you think and you can start right now with these 4 simple keys …

Gentle Discipline

One of the most common excuses for not meditating is the lack of time. However, mediating will actually save you time! Through cleansing of the subconscious mind your focus will be stronger and work more efficiently. The only mistake is not to meditate at all. 

Start today with an attainable meditation routine and keep bringing yourself back to do it.


Listen in this Thursday, August 19th 9am PT/ 12pm ET, on Get Real, where I will talk about the "4 Keys to Meditate with Ease" and share with you a guided meditation to help get you started on your journey to a more peaceful state of being.