Quiet your mind

“The human mind is the last great unexplored continent on earth.” Earl Nightingale

Over the span of thousands of years, ancient philosophers, psychologists, spiritual teachers, and scientists have attempted to understand and theorize about how the human mind works.

Science is now finally catching up to validate many of the old truths of ancient wisdom.
One of these is that whatever our mind focuses on becomes our reality.
Our brain cannot differentiate between what we think and what is actually real. We now know that when our mind rests upon imagined threats, it over activates our fight or flight response. This leads to an imbalance of our central nervous system and a myriad of health issues in our body.

We have an average of over 60,000 thoughts per day! Most of them are worries. Yet only five percent of what we fear actually happens.

Quieting our mind is simply the practice of observing our thoughts and putting them aside. Through this practice, over time we can learn how to use our mind to change the physical connections in our body and transform our physical, emotional and social wellbeing. There are now thousands of studies that show the tremendous benefits of practicing mindful attention to what our mind rests upon. Regardless of your religion, skill, or beliefs, your mind is your most powerful element to achieving well-being. And this power is 100% within your control to harness. I can show you how to do this.

Here is a collection of my favorite meditations from some leading mindfulness experts:

Morning guided meditations

Evening guided meditations

Guided meditations for self esteem

Guided meditations for stress relief

Gratitude guided meditations

Guided meditations for pain