I get it... you're busy.
You know that meditation is one of the healthiest things you can do. But everything else seems to be a priority...
The “Take 5 Mindfulness Meditation Series” was created for busy people like you who know that meditation is a healthy practice, but who also feel that they just don’t have time to meditate.
The “Take 5” series makes it easy.
Five minutes is all it takes to bring more mindfulness into your life, and the benefits of this practice are impressive.
“I continue to use this meditation album as my touchstone – I love it!”
– Robin B. – NJ
Do you ever feel like you’re constantly anticipating what comes next?
- Maybe you’re caught in a cycle of thinking about the past?
- If you have a quiet moment, do you usually fill it by doing something, like checking your phone?
- Do you feel like you always have to keep busy?
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, you’re not alone. We often spend our days distracted and preoccupied with a never-ending to-do list. The present moment just slips by and we wonder where the time goes. Mindfulness is a powerful yet simple practice that helps us reconnect with our life as it is happening. This is deeply nourishing and fulfilling, similar to how we feel when we're on vacation. There is pleasure in being here now and the health benefits are proven. Mindfulness meditation is now considered a mainstream practice with the support of thousands of peer-reviewed research studies demonstrating its benefits.
Mindfulness practice has been scientifically shown to:
- Decrease stress
- Reduce anxiety
- Increase quality of life
- Speed healing and give the immune system a boost
- Promote positive changes in the brain
- And it can help you feel content and at ease
Use it with your team at work
Picture this... At the start of your workday or staff meeting, you take 5 minutes together to practice breathing. You start business as usual, but something is a bit different. You’re calmer. Your staff is calmer. Your team feels wakeful, alert, and ready.
By taking 5 minutes at the start of your group, significant shifts can happen.
The "Take 5 Series" is also a helpful adjunct to psychotherapy
“These simple meditations help people calm and center at the start of group, or to transition out of group.
With this album, the clients can have a glimpse of how useful meditation can be in so many ways.”
– Kira, psychotherapist in North Carolina