It doesn’t matter if you hold a world record in the number of failed attempts at meditation, this will still work.
I’ve worked Olympic and professional athletes, Michelin star chefs, Grammy award-winning musicians, A-list actors, Fortune 500 executives, as well as children as young as four years old.
But most of my students are busy, hard-working people just trying to keep it all together. They are trying to balance the responsibilities of work and family and often sacrifice their own health and well-being in the process. Access Meditation helps them do it all.
Remember the lesson you’re reminded of every time you are a passenger on an airplane. During the pre-flight safety announcements, the flight attendants instruct you that if there is a change in cabin pressure and the oxygen masks drop, you should put on your own mask first before assisting other passengers.
Perhaps for you, this instruction is counter intuitive. It was for me at first too.
Your altruistic nature dictates that you help everyone else first, and only then you can help yourself.
Maybe this is how you go about your life, tending to everyone else’s needs before your own–your partner, your children, your boss and coworkers, your family and friends.
Are you so exhausted from taking care of others that you don’t get to everyone, including yourself?
Please, understand the meaning behind the flight attendants’ instructions.
When you are suffocating (i.e., when you are stressed, anxious, tense, and exhausted), you can only help so much. When you put your mask on first (i.e., when you meditate and feel calm, relaxed, grounded, and equanimous), you can give the very best of yourself. The people in your life deserve that, and so do you.
Access Meditation is so simple, easy, and enjoyable to practice, yet so effective. It removes stress from the body and brings you to a place of peace and clarity, where both you and the world can truly experience the best of what you have to offer.