During this current period – I am conducting Free introductory talks ONLINE. If you would like to join in the next one – please email me.
During the Intro – I talk about how you will :
Discover how Vedic Meditation is one of the most powerful tools to give you adaptation energy, so that you can deal with things like the stresses of your daily life, which will help you with insomnia and just overall health and wellness.
Sign up for my Free no obligation Intro Talk on Vedic Meditation where you can find out why how this technique differs from others out there, and you are able to ask me questions about how we can integrate this ancient practice into our everyday life.
During this free session, I will reveal what Vedic Meditation is, why this technique is so hyped in the media at the moment -thanks to people like Meghan Markle and Prince Harry who both practice this technique, and to show how everyone can have this practice, a tool to use and have during the busiest of schedules.
I will explain the countless benefits of Vedic Meditation:
- Deep rest and how a 20 minute meditation is scientifically equivalent to 4 hours sleep!
- Improved concentration and ability to focus
- Remain calm under pressure
- Slows the aging process (slow down your biological clock!)
- Improve sleep and maintain a greater sense of happiness
- Reduce stress, anxiety and fatigue – discover how to tap into the Relaxation Response!I will also dispel the myths around meditation:
Myth 1. ‘I don’t have time’
Meditation is scientifically proven to show improvements in focus, attention and the ability to ignore distractions… hence making your MORE productive!
It actually gives you more time in the day. There are 72, 20 minute slots in a day, you only need 2 of them to succeed in meditation.
Myth 2. ‘I don’t want to sit in a cave like a yogi… it’s a bit hippy for me’
You don’t need to sit in strange positions – or burn an incense candle. You can do it anywhere. It is a simple relaxation tool.
Myth 3. ‘I have too many thoughts to concentrate on meditation’
Most people think you are supposed to have ZERO thoughts during meditation, however, thoughts are a natural part of meditation. They are meant to be there. There is no need to try and stop thoughts, as this is not effortless, and what we practice is an effortless practice.
Thoughts can be there in the background. It is natural for you to have thoughts.
If you are seeking a change in your life that brings about more present moment awareness and happiness – this is for you!
If you want greater mental clarity to make better decisions in your life – this is for you
If you are wanting the edge in every aspect of your life – this is for you
I cannot wait to meet you,
~ Geoff Rupp
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