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Whether you are a beginner, busy professional, or someone who is interested in serious meditation training, our selection of courses will bring you ease, clarity and focus. Our online training courses feature our lead Meditation Coach, Sura from SuraCenter.com.

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Not only am I able to focus better, overall I feel better for myself. Not only do I have less stress, I feel full of energy.

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Since starting the Meditation for Relaxation program, I feel much calmer throughout the day.

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Meditation for Relaxation is a 21-Day Online Meditation Video Course with over 4 hours of guided meditation and 15 relaxation techniques. It’s perfect for beginners who want to start their own practice.

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1. A Beginner’s Guide to Meditation

Chapters Include :

  • How Meditation Benefits You
  • Basic Techniques To Get Started
  • What You Can Expect
2. A 10 Minute Guided Meditation Video
3. An Audio Guide

Invite The Countless Benefits of Meditation into Your Life

  • Increased Relaxation
  • Lower Stress Levels
  • Improved Concentration
  • Slow Aging Process
  • Encourages a Healthy Lifestyle
  • Increased Self Awareness
  • Increased Acceptance
  • Improved Blood Pressure
  • Improved Immune System
  • Extra Energy
  • Low Anxiety Levels
  • More Emotional Stability
  • Lower Chance of Getting Depression
  • Improved Focus & Decision Making
  • Increased Compassion
  • Higher Self-Esteem
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Meditation is an invaluable resource that you can help you in every aspect of your life.
Starting your day with a few minutes of quiet each day will allow
you to experience greater calm, focus and energy every day

1. First Guided Video of the 21 Day Meditation Course
2. The Meditation ToolKit: Ebook, Video and Audio Instructions

Frequently Asked Questions About Meditation

The best way to begin is to start to meditate a little bit each day. You can start with as little as 5 minutes a day. Choose a time that works for you each day, preferably in the morning before you become in engaged in your daily activities. Sit comfortably with your spine straight and your feet on the floor. Set a timer for your meditation and use that time to simply focus on your breath. You can also count your breaths backward from 10 to 1, over and over again.
You can practice mindfulness meditation anywhere regardless of what you’re actually doing. If you don’t have time to dedicate towards a sitting practice, you can pay extra special attention to any activity you’re engaged in such as driving, walking or even taking care of others. In any activity you’re engaged in, become as present as possible. Pay attention to your breathing and being in the moment by drawing all of your focus and awareness in the here and now.
You can practice meditation anywhere on your own. If you practice at home, it’s best to dedicate a specific space for your meditation that is clean and quiet. You can also use this space to create an altar of items that spiritually inspire you such as candles and photos that help set the mood and intention for your meditation.
Relaxation is instrumental to learning how to meditate. When your body, mind and emotions are relaxed, it’s easier to feel calm and centered. Simply focusing on relaxing your breath can help create a meditative mindset.
Anyone can learn to meditate regardless of experience. There are many resources available to get started. Begin with a practice that resonates with you and give yourself time to explore different meditation practices before you settle on a daily practice. You can also download our Beginner’s meditation toolkit.
Anyone can practice meditation regardless of faith or belief. Some meditation practices are related to traditions such as Buddhism. However, belief in such traditions is not necessary to receive the benefits of meditation. Also meditation can be a complementary practice to an existing spiritual or religious practice such as prayer.
The practice of meditation can be instrumental to slowing down your thoughts, however, turning off your thoughts, controlling or emptying the mind will often just cause more frustration in the practice. In meditation, you learn how to breathe and be aware, even with many thinking thoughts that are present. Simply learning how to be with your thoughts helps to cultivate a more calm and centered mindset.
While you can meditate at any time, we highly suggest meditating in the morning before you engage in all of the mental activity of your day. It improves your chances of completing meditation before you get caught up in the momentum and busyness of your day. Also your mind is still relatively calm in the morning. This internal state helps to cultivate a meditative mindset during your personal practice. When you meditate at the start of your day, you receive the calming benefits of your practice throughout the rest of your day.