No Problem

Meditation Course

Stop trying to relax and chill out. It's not working, and you don't need it, anyway. What you need is power.

What??? Power!?

Yep, that's what you need. This is what will give you what you're looking for.

This course will change the way you think about meditation. It provides real tools that you can use for your own purposes.

This is not new age woo-woo. It's not "love and light". And it's certainly not "let's all sit in a big circle and whine about our problems."

It's about learning cool new things.



My name's Michael

I’m a classical musician, and I started meditating to deal with depression and anxiety. Yeah, that tends to happen to classical musicians. Go figure.

When I started meditating, I couldn’t sit still for 5 minutes. Now, I can sit for 2 hours without moving a muscle. Don’t you wish you could do that?

You can figure this out. I'll show you what I learned. (Hint: they told you that you needed to relax, but that's a lie. You need to accept your restlessness as it is)

Let's be clear: No Problem isn't for everyone.

  • Advanced meditators who already have a practice that works for them.
  • New Age hippies who want something magical.
  • Skeptics who need to be convinced that meditation is worthwhile.
  • People who want to use meditation to relax, rather than gain insight.
  • People who have never tried meditating before, or who otherwise haven't yet felt the frustration of trying to control the mind.
  • People who take themselves too seriously.
  • People with severe psychiatric disorders.
  • People who expect meditation to cure their disorders, and are unwilling to approach it on its own terms

I'm sure she's a perfectly nice individual. But, this probably isn't for her.

What's Included in No Problem

This course based on my personal experiences as a meditator. It is a self-paced meditation course, so you can spend as much time as you need on each lesson. You may repeat the meditations over and over again, and you will learn more about yourself each time you do them.

You play them whenever and wherever you'd like: on a cushion, lying on your bed, sitting on a park bench, on the toilet, or wherever is comfortable for you.

  1. 1
    Being OK with your breathing
  2. 2
    Being aware of the whole body
  3. 3
    Just sitting with no specific purpose
  4. 4
    Relaxing intentionally
  5. 5
    Letting the body move

5 Guided Meditations

These cover five different aspects of learning to sit comfortably with yourself. Different people click more with different types of meditations, so you will find something that works for you.

Accompanying Video Lessons

I will explain the concepts before you try applying them. This will give you some footing before you go in, so you have an idea of what to expect.

Music Synchronized with the Meditations

The music will gently prompt reactions in you. I played the music while listening to my own voice, so what you're hearing is the product of my own meditation. In this way, I'm holding your hand through the process. Creepy.

Ready to Sign Up for No Problem?


  • Guided meditations
  • Instructional videos
  • BONUS meditation
  • A special certificate, upon completion
  • Everlasting peace and fulfillment*

* individual results may vary


Here are some awesome things people have said about me

I actually liked this more than I expected to. It was a good meditation for people who are slightly weirded out by meditation, if that makes sense. It didn't feel like I needed to have some kind of profound spiritual awakening. I just paid a little more attention to my body and my breathing than I normally do. And it didn't seem long at all. The time flew by.


I usually don't like guided meditations, because they're always trying to tell me what to do, or trying to tell me how to visualize something, which to me feels like even more distracting from myself. So, it was good because all the pressure's off, like just sit here and notice this. There's no way to do it wrong. With other ones that I've done, where there are visualizations, I get lost, like "oh no, I forgot to visualize the river, and now I'm in the grass still!" But, it's not like that with yours. You just are where you are.


I did your guided meditation this morning. Thank you.

I woke up feeling unsettled this morning after a weekend of rioting in my smallish city while I was out of town, and me feeling like the world doesn’t make a lot of sense right now. It doesn’t have to. But sometimes, the chaos out there is interpreted as chaos internally and feels like it is part of our own identity. Your meditation was excellent for helping me just be and get grounded today.


Vacuous prattle. This cat plays people not piano. If you ever have to go on the road and play seven nights a week to earn a living for your family all this psychobabble will be a personal embarrassment.

One of my admirers on Instagram

Just do it. Come on.


Why do you say this is better than any of the other 500 meditation apps out there?

This isn't a meditation app. It's a short meditation course designed to help you work through some of the basic difficulties that beginners face. Namely, how to allow yourself to experience what you're experiencing, without immediately jumping to the conclusion that you're bad at meditation and that it's not for you.

OK, but what makes this unique?

What you will get nowhere else is my special personality. That's what makes it unique.

How is this different from 10% Happier (Meditation for Fidgety Skeptics)?

Dan Harris (10% Happier) is an ABC news anchor. He knows how to appeal to the mainstream. I, however, have no clue how to appeal to the mainstream. So, if you want something that speaks to the masses, I'm not for you.

I have no interest in convincing skeptics. I'm not the guy who will quote neuroscience research to help assuage your doubts. I'm the guy who, on a whim, deleted HALF of his mailing list this week because he had a hunch they weren't fully on board with his style of communication. That's how allergic I am to being put in the role of having to convince anyone of anything.

What makes you think you can compete with Headspace?

I'm not competing with Headspace. Headspace seems to appeal to people who are all about "tackling goals" or who want to "nail a key presentation" (hey, those are direct quotes from their website). That might be right for some people. I'm not judging it.

But, I am about doom and gloom, not smiling cartoon characters. My premise is that life sucks, and rather than try to fix that, you should relax into it and try to have a sense of humor about it.

Sound good?

If so, click the button. You know you want to.