The simple truth is the demands of your life are not going away.
No one is going to magically appear and start paying your bills, allowing you to go on a permanent vacation.
Work gets harder, not easier, as you progress through your career.
If you’re 25 or older, your body becomes less capable every day.
Given these realities, what do we do? Give up? Call it quits?
The short answer is NO!
In fact, you probably want to DO MORE, not less.
The problem is that the prospect of trying to do more feels incredibly overwhelming.
What if you had a choice as to whether a given demand will make you feel overwhelmed and anxious.
The choice–to feel CALM and CONFIDENT when faced with life’s demands–is readily available to anyone.
What’s required is that you condition yourself to feel underwhelmed.
How do you do that?
The answer is the Access Meditation program.
When we practice, Access Meditation, the the mind, brain and body have an extremely underwhelming experience.
In any other context, the word “underwhelming” would be very unimpressive. But when describing Access Meditation it’s both accurate and remarkable.
We like to use this word to describe the practice because the demand on mind and body is infinitesimally minimal.
There is NO TRYING to meditate. With Access Meditation, it meditation happens effortlessly.
Access Meditation settles the mind and body into a state of deep rest and relaxation automatically and spontaneously without any effort, focus or concentration, or attempting to control the mind or suppress thoughts.
The experience is the exact opposite of feeling overwhelmed.
It’s through revisiting this daily underwhelming experience that reconditions the mind and body from the impact of decades of accumulated stress. This results in massive improvements in our mental and physical health and wellbeing, but also allows us to be incredibly more adaptable to the demands we face in life.
It also helps us sleep better.
If you’re ready to stop the vicious cycle of stress and start feeling more happier, more capable and resilient, come along and learn Access Meditation.