Still skeptical (it's healthy!) about meditation, or have questions about the sessions? You might find the answers in this page. If not, specific questions can be answered during the consultation (it's free). Submit the benefits you are interested in at the bottom of this page.

 

What if I can't just stop thinking?

The need to "stop thoughts" is a common misconception among beginners. Reduced mental chatter is a natural result of learning to relax. The techniques will be taught without a way of doing them wrong.


What if I don't have time?

If you have 5 minutes, you have time to meditate. There will also be extra sections in the sessions to incorporate simple grounding practices to your regular day-such as when you are walking to your car or at a traffic light. They will all count towards strengthening your mind, and living a better life. 


Can it make me loose my edge?

The ability to clear your mind allows you to focus on the things that matter. If your mind is "always busy", you just accumulate clutter and repeat thought patterns. When you learn how to manage stress and your mind, you become able to see the big picture, accurately prioritize, and improve your focus. Your concentration and edge will become sharper. This is why top athletes and business leaders practice and recommend meditation.


Is there religion or philosophy involved?

We teach meditation in a non-spiritual, religious, or philosophical way. Although the practices might indirectly expand your perspectives by getting to know yourself better, our focus is on the practicality of the techniques and the scientifically-tracked benefits they generate. 


Do I need a special seat or meditation pose? 

No special chair or posture is needed. A chair with regular back support might be the simplest and best option, but is not required. All you need is a webcam, and a place where you will not be interrupted.


Can someone I know be with me during a session?

Absolutely. Although the technique will be customized for the profile and benefits selected of the main person contacted. For specific group meditations (organizations, teams, etc.) please reach us via the "Contact" page.


What can the meditation techniques involve?

They can involve managing your inner dialogue, focusing your attention, and your breath. All in a slow and natural way, and done by yourself. You'll be amazed by how simple techniques can grant so much power (and be so relaxing!).


 

Answers to other questions can be answered via email or phone once you submit all the meditation benefits you want.

 
 
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