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Here are the MP3 meditations that accompany the course.
Right click and choose ‘save as’ to download these to your computer, for use on your MP3 player.
If you would prefer a CD version, here’s where you can order one:
The rest of the bonus resources are listed below.
I really hope you enjoy How To Meditate – Made Easy!
Here’s where you can download printable versions of the daily images and their inspirational quotes.
‘Getting Started’ Section
Article: 3 Secrets Your Heart Wants You To Know About Meditation
Article: Why Do We Find It So Hard To Get Started?
Article: 5 Things You Need To Know About Meditating On A Chair
Article: Feeling Down? Why Meditation Could Be Just What You Need
Find out more about Marshall Rosenberg’s work
Article: Six Secrets For Training Your Family To Help You Meditate
Link: Online version of the How To Meditate – Made Easy
Video: Arthur Boorman’s inspirational video
Article: NLP Secrets To Help You Meditate, Even When You’re Not In The Mood
Article: How Falling In Love With Your Monkey Mind Can Be The Key To Inner Peace
Resource: Fungie Bell
Video: Meditation Lessons From A Cat – Why you shouldn’t believe everything you’re told about the traditions behind meditation.
Article Reminder: How Falling In Love With Your Monkey Mind Can Be The Key To Inner Peace
Find out more about Tim Ferriss’s ground-breaking ideas to help you find more time
Article: How To Use Anchoring To Help You Remember To Meditate
Life-changing book: Adrenal Fatigue by James Wilson
Article: How Can A Sound Feel So Real?
Article: How Meditation & Mindfulness Can Give You Back Your Choice
Resource: Fungie Bell
Article: Are You Trying Too Hard To Meditate?
Article: How To Deal With Difficult Emotions In Under 5 Minutes
Article: How Mindfulness Can Give You Back Your Choice
Facebook Page: How about telling people how it feels when you’re meditating?
Article: How To Use Anchoring To Help With Your Meditation
Book: Thich Nhat Hanh: Making Space
Obviously, it’s up to you whether or not you want to continue with your meditation journey. But, just in case you do, here are some suggestions that might help.
- Want to do it again?
You could choose to repeat the 28 days & the four weeks of meditations. Students who have done this find that the messages, exercises and meditations work at an even deeper level.
Perhaps you could do it with some friends this time? Or maybe even join in with the online version of the course. You can find out more at:
- Find a local class
If you live near Forest Row in East Sussex, UK, you could join in with one of my regular face-to-face meditation classes. There are also weekend seminars and workshops, if you live further away.
You can find details at:
If you’re not local to Forest Row, but want to find a good meditation teacher, I have written an article that might help you:
“Looking For A Meditation Class? 10 Must-Ask Questions For Newbie Meditators”
And, to give you an idea of the kinds of answers you could expect, I’ve written a second article with the answers I would give. I hope these help!
- Want to take it further?
I have created a range of online courses that you might enjoy – from a 10 week mindfulness course (the Magic Of Mindfulness), through to 6 Weeks To Spring Clean Your Life and even some Mastermind Groups, such as Unleashing Your Inner Magician, where you can work with me on live calls and even Skype workshops.
You can find details of all of these here:
If you would like to contact Clare Josa, the easiest way is via this website:
She would love to connect with readers of the How To Meditate – Made Easy. You can find her at: