Life a little overwhelming lately?
Feel like your brain is less like your friend, and more like a toddler let loose in a poorly-managed toy store?
What if you could tame that toddler, and in the process train your brain to be more focussed, less stressed and more relaxed?
And what if it took just ten minutes a day?
I know, I know, it sounds too good to be true. Well it’s not. The secret is…(wait for it)…mindfulness.
You might’ve heard of mindfulness or meditation before, and you may have heard of the benefits (of which there are many), but maybe you’ve never had the motivation to really try it?
Or maybe you’ve tried it but have fallen off the wagon?
Well that’s okay because in this podcast I share:
- How often the human mind wanders
- Why mind-wandering isn’t always a bad thing
- The benefits of practicing mindfulness and being present
- How to get started in daily meditation
- Two of my fave meditation apps
Oh and I also mention a FREE way for you to get back on the wagon (or get on the wagon for the first time) and reboot your brain.
Every year in May, people all over the globe commit to meditating for 10 minutes a day through a program called Mindful in May. So far they’ve inspired over 30,000 people from 35 countries to learn mindfulness!
(Now that’s a lot of tamed brains!!)
The program brings together the world’s best meditation experts, neuroscientist, and wisdom teachers and inspires participants to raise money to bring clean, safe water to those in need. (So far they’ve raised over $600,000, and brought clean water to over 10,000 people!)
That means it creates a clear mind for you, and clean water for others.
To kick off the global campaign, Elise Bialylew, doctor, mindfulness expert, and founder of Mindful in May, is offering a FREE 5 days to mindfulness program to give you a taste of what’s to come.
I hope you join me on April 9-13th.
Also check out an earlier popular podcast called Mind Your Mindfulness.