Get in touch with your true nature with this practical, non-dogmatic introduction to meditation. No spiritual awakening required.

Price: $50 USD

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As the owner of a human mind, you have the right to explore it.

For thousands of years, humans have practiced sitting still and watching their minds. This has often been wrapped up in one spiritual tradition or another, but the fact is that no religion/ideology/culture has a monopoly on the human mind.

I’m sure you’ve heard of the many benefits of meditation (better health, better sleep, less stress, self-compassion, appreciation of the present, mental clarity, etc).

Yeah, there are lots of benefits, but let’s look past all the hype and get to the essence of what’s going on here: meditation is a way to get in touch with your true nature, to understand yourself on a deeper level.

These spiritual traditions have real wisdom, because they’re doing something real. So, it makes no sense for that stuff to be cut off from you simply because you’re a product of the no-BS 21st century culture.

If you’ve tried accessing deeper layers of consciousness with therapy, psychedelics, journaling, music, art, or nature walks, you know what I’m talking about.

But, the simplicity of closing your eyes and sitting with your own experience, watching it unfold in real-time, offers something you can’t get from any external source.

How the course works

In this self-paced course, I want to give you an introduction to meditation.

It consists of 6 lessons, covering the following topics:

  1. Sitting with the breath
  2. Scanning your body
  3. Intentional relaxation
  4. Letting yourself move freely
  5. Just sitting and doing nothing
  6. Time travel

Each lesson consists of a video where I give you a tour of the concepts and what you should look out for, plus a 15-minute guided audio meditation that you will do seated while wearing headphones.

By the end of the course, you’ll have awareness of the functioning of your mind on a deeper level than what you had before.

You’ll then be in a good position to practice more seriously, if you choose to.

Slightly intimidated by meditation?

Rather than dump tons of theory at you which you can easily look up yourself on Wikipedia, I’ll point out the most important things you need to look out for while meditating.

Meditating in complete silence can be intimidating, so No Problem includes my own piano tracks to stimulate your mind.

Maybe you’ve tried meditating before and it was difficult or you couldn’t sit still. Maybe you had trouble making it into a habit. It doesn’t matter what happened before. What matters is that you’re eager to try again now.

— Amanda

About me

Hi, I’m Michael. For the past couple years, I’ve been producing meditation-related content on Instagram (@no.michael.here) and elsewhere. I’ve done several silent retreats in the Buddhist tradition. I’m also a musician, which is a big part of why I’m into meditation (high-level music performance requires a deep awareness of the mind-body connection). Meditation, to me, is non-sectarian and I don’t give a f%@k about authority. If you resonate with me, I hope I can help you get started with meditation.

If you’re ready to get started, click Buy Now and I’ll see you in the course.

Price: $50 USD

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