Could meditation really be easy, enjoyable and fun?

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Does this sound like you?

I want to learn how to meditate but don’t know where to start.

I worry that I won’t be able to meditate because I think too much.

I have trouble sitting still (and certainly can’t cross my legs!)

I’ve tried meditation a couple of times but don’t know if I’m doing it right.

I’m going through a stressful period and need to learn how to relax.

I’m having trouble getting to — and staying — asleep.

I’m struggling with anxiety. My mind just never seems to stop.

Meditation and mindfulness can help — but you have to find the right approach for you. That’s what The Getting Started Guide is all about.

In the Getting Started Guide, you’ll learn everything you need to know in order to meditate successfully. You’ll get clear instructions, simple explanations and the type of advice that you’d wish you had years ago.

Key lessons include:

  • How to meditate anywhere, at any time, in under twenty seconds.
  • What to do with stressful thoughts and emotions, including anxiety.
  • The importance of correct posture (it’s not what you think).
  • Three attitudes that make meditation easy.
  • Five mistakes meditators make and how to avoid them.

And yes, this really is a super quick, super simple guide. You’ll be able to read it right through in about ten minutes. (And you’ll need another ten if you to listen to the accompanying guided meditation).

To get your Getting Started Guide just subscribe to our Getting Started with Meditation & Mindfulness newsletter on this page. (The newsletter includes additional tips and guided meditations).

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I just downloaded your ebook and it’s a cracker! So easy to read, understand, and put into practice. I have been meditating for a number of years. It would have been even better to have this guide way back when!

You provide such a refreshing take on the practice  — a welcome respite from some of the convoluted offerings out there. Kristie K