SKEPTICAL ABOUT MEDITATION? READ THIS!
Are you skeptical about meditation?
I know I was before I learned, like really skeptical.
I had two major concerns.
First, I thought I would never be able to actually meditate correctly or successfully.
If you don’t know my story, I’ll keep it brief. I was suffering from severe anxiety and I was also diagnosed with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD).
I also held the very common misconception that all meditation was the same and that it would require me to focus very intently to voluntarily stop my mind from thinking. Given my current mental and physical state at the time, I believed that meditation would be an impossible task. I thought there was no way my mind was going to quiet down.
Second, I didn’t think meditation would work for me.
For years, I had been on medication and going to therapy a few times a week to help with my anxiety, depression and insomnia. Although those interventions helped and kept me functional, I was still miserable… and getting very frustrated.
I heard some really great things about meditation, but it all sounded a little too good to be true.
My concerns were valid and my early attempts with meditation were utter failures that only served to confirm my suspicions.
During my very first experience with meditation, I nearly had an anxiety attack during the session. I later came to find out this was a form of mindfulness meditation. At the time, I was so naive, I thought all meditation was the same (THEY’RE NOT!). I decided it wasn’t for me.
It took FOUR very long years for me to revisit the idea of learning to meditate.
I then tried a few different types of meditation, but nothing made a significant difference, although fortunately none of those other experiences gave me more anxiety.
Eventually, I found a methodology that worked. To say it worked is an understatement.
When I found the right kind of meditation, it literally transformed every aspect of my life for the better.
Immediately, I was falling asleep easily and sleeping soundly without Ambien or alcohol. This itself was an entirely new experience for me since my insomnia began when I was young a child.
I stopped having anxiety attacks.
I felt good and happy.
And started doing the things that once seemed impossible like exercising regularly, eating healthy foods, and speaking in front of audiences.
I got more done in less time at work.
All of my relationships improved tremendously.
My experience is not uncommon. I’ve seen similar and often more profound transformations in countless students over the years.
The methodology that I learned–which we use in Access Meditation–is effortless, easy and and enjoyable. You’re not required to focus, concentrate or use any effort, nor do you need to try to quiet your mind, or try to supress, resist or block out thoughts.
Access Meditation program is exceptionally effective despite its lack of difficulty.
It is proven to reduce stress and improve health and well-being. This will allow you to feel more calm and relaxed, rested and energized, present, attentive and creative every day so you can do more without feeling overwhelmed, stressed or anxious.
Access Meditation is the product of over a decade of research and development and I’m so confident in the program that I’ll make you two BIG promises:
- You’ll be able to learn Access Meditation successfully, even if, right now, you think you mind is too busy/active to meditate or have struggled with other forms of meditation in the past. I offer a30 day money back satisfaction guarantee. If you’re not satisfied with your instruction, you may request a full refund within 30 days of the first day of the course you attend.
- You’ll get results from my Access Meditation program if you do it. I offer a 60 day DOUBLE your money back satisfaction guarantee. If you take the course and practice our full program consistently for 60 days, I promise you’ll be happy with the significant positive benefits you’ll experience. If your not satisfied with your results after 60 days of consistent practice, I’ll give you double your money back.
So what do you have to lose? (Besides your stress and all the negative implications that come along with it.)