3MinuteMeditations.comCLICK IMAGE TO VISIT SITEThat’s why we’re going to start you with baby steps. I’m not going to ask you to sit for 10, 20 or 30 minutes when you first begin. That’s like asking someone who struggles to drink one glass of water a day, to drink in excess of eight glasses a day. That’s a recipe for failure. Your body and your mind would rebel against this.

To find success, you would encourage the person to begin by drinking perhaps 3 glasses a day, then slowly increasing the amount as they found comfort. Likewise, since you’re probably struggling to sit still at all, I’m simply going to ask you to meditate for only 180 seconds a day. That’s right, 180 seconds a day! Once you realize, “Hey, I can do this!”, naturally and gradually you may begin to add time.

feminEssence – a guided meditation for your feminine voice

feminEssence - a guided meditation for your feminine voiceCLICK IMAGE TO VISIT SITEMeditation has been practiced since ancient times. For thousands of years, people have experienced the physical, mental and spiritual benefits of meditation.   Many scientific studies have proven that meditation enhances brain function, lowers blood pressure and heart rate, reduces anxiety and improves our overall health.

The power of the mind to influence the body is quite remarkable. Meditation is a discipline for your mind, just like walking or swimming are exercises for your body.

The Ayurveda Experience

The Ayurveda ExperienceCLICK IMAGE TO VISIT SITEThe ancient Indian “science of life” called Ayurveda explains that human beings, like the Universe, are made up of each of the five elements: Air, Space, Fire, Water, Earth and the Soul.

Every activity and function of our mind and body is dependent upon the balanced or unbalanced state of our doshas. And it is these ‘Dosha’s constituting your biological set-up that play a role more critical than you can imagine…

Mens Day Book – How I Stopped PE Dead In It’s Tracks

Mens Day Book - How I Stopped PE Dead In It's TracksCLICK IMAGE TO VISIT SITEI’m 47 years old. I began to show signs of PE around age 45. Like most of you, it was a serious blow to my self confidence. To think I took care of my health and body my entire life..to now be faced with this challenge was very concerning and frustrating.

Many of you reading this now may have been suffering with PE for years. Lets face it, its not something you really want to talk about either. Yet millions of men both young and old suffer from PE.

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