heard about Mindfulness and/or Meditation and would like to try it?
want to know whether what you heard about Meditation is true?
are curious how your breath can change your mood?
are curious how I do it?
are curious about Meditation in general?
Here is your perfect opportunity to dive into the world of Mindfulness Meditation and find out whether it is something for you - for FREE.
Meditation is something very personal. In order to make meditation easy it is best to feel very comfortable while meditating.
A part of that is up to you – to make the time, to have a nice set up and to not be disturbed during the time of contemplation.
But there is another part which is also very important. And this is where I come into play. It helps a lot if you like the voice of the speaker, their style and their type of Meditation. This is something you won't know until you have tried.
Hence, have a look, be curious and try 4 of my Meditations, which are part of this FREE trial. 3 are for beginners to medium, 1 is more for advanced, but give it a try anyway …
And then let me know what you thought of it, how you felt while doing them. I am always happy for feedback and always happy to assist.
4 videos are waiting for you, with 4 Meditations in different styles and different "levels of difficulty". Every video is between 30 and 40 minutes long and you can even download them as mp3 on your device.
Sounds and Golden Light (for Beginners). Accept life and yourself as it is. Experience a meditation journey that will nourish and energise your body and soul.
Finding Perspective (Intermediate). This meditation will help you find a new perspective, especially on a cloudy day.
Happiness and Self Love (Intermediate). You are the most important person in your life. Find self-love in this meditation.
Chakra Journey (Advanced). Enjoy a soothing breathing meditation to start with and then explore, nourish and strengthen each of the 7 main chakras.
A HUGE warm welcome and congrats.
I am so happy you found us and this course.
We have set up this Academy and the courses for you to learn, relax and grow. To share our path, the experiences, and the knowledge we have collected on the way.
All of what you find here is what we have been doing over the last two decades to find a better way of living, to heal, and to find OUR way in life. A balanced way, nourishing and leading to contentment and peace of mind.
We regard ourselves as German born citizens of the world, living in New Zealand since 2009. After I left a VERY demanding Consulting job, which brought me burn outs and different health problems, I needed to heal my "society wounds". It took me a lot of trial and this and that to finally recognise Meditation to be THE healing tool for me and it became the tool of hundreds of my clients too. After a few years in my (our) new life I can say now it was the right decision and I am absolutely sure it will help YOU on your path as well.
What I found out is that our wounds are our greatest wisdom. Our scars remind us of the path that we have already gone in the past and how far we have come. They are a gift to show us the way.
Let me show you how you can learn from your past to create a better future by simply becoming fully and completely aware of what IS in and around you … Right NOW
Depart to a new Journey
I now know how to control the voices of doubt and self judgment
Focus on the Moment, the Now
What if I can't sit cross legged for the whole Meditation?
You don't need to sit cross legged if that is not comfortable for you. You feeling comfortable is most important. Whichever position feels right for you that is the position to choose. You should be able to sit comfortably and breathe unhindered for the time of the Meditation. Best if you sit upright (for most Meditations) your spine being straight, but still in a natural position, so that your energy can flow from head to toes and from toes back to your head.
Should I meditate with my eyes open or closed?
I personally prefer to meditate with my eyes closed, as it feels much more relaxed to me. If you feel more comfortable when you still see the light, then feel free to do so. Have a gaze on an object or on a point in front of you on the ground. Some Meditation techniques work completely and only with that gaze. Completely up to you how you can relax better. Ultimately that is paramount.
I always have thoughts coming in. I find it hard to have no thoughts.
That is probably one of the greatest misconceptions of modern Meditation. Especially for a beginner it is not important to have no thoughts to start with. It is more important to not attach to your thoughts. Thoughts may come, but they also go. Just like your breath comes and goes and you don't hold on to it. When a thought comes, just acknowledge it … and then let it go … like a cloud in the sky … bring your attention back to the next breath or whatever it is you are exercising with. The more you exercise this letting go, the sooner the stillness will come to you.
- Can my children meditate?