Introduction to Meditation Course
“Do you have the patience to wait
till your mud settles and the water is clear?
Can you remain unmoving
till the right action arises by itself?”
Tao Te Ching. Chapter 1 5
Welcome to the Introduction to Meditation Course.
Our vision is to provide a simple meditation system that is easily accessible and digestible for everyone with a smart phone. Research show over and over again that a regular meditation practice produces substantial mental, physical, emotional and spiritual benefits. Still, very few of us manage to give ourselves just 10 – 20 minutes per day for our own well being. My goal is to provide a potent daily experience of greater clarity, well being, energy, and abundance for my valued clients.
“In The Past, I’ve Found Wonderful Personal Success With Practicing Meditation As A Means To Find My Center Amidst The Hectic Chaos Of City Life, So I Signed Up For Your Indigo Yak 5 Day Intro. I Just Wanted To Compliment You On Putting Together Such A Quality Collection Of Introductory Meditations. Participating In Just The First Week Has Already Opened Doors To A Peaceful Mind That I Have Forgotten To Open For Quite Some Time. I Want To Thank You Wholeheartedly.”
John From New York
This is a five day course, called High Five, is designed to be a gentle introduction to meditation. Each day, you will receive an early morning email with a link to your daily video and guided meditation download. As a beginner to meditation, I recommend you do this five day course each week, Monday through Friday, consistently for four weeks. Then you can inquire into further advanced meditation courses or one on one instruction.
Our course provides the following five 15 minute long guided meditations:
Day 1 – Meditation Basics
Day 2 – Breathing
Day 3 –Relaxation
Day 4- Stress reduction
“I always wanted to try meditation, but it always seemed to be too difficult. Jay’s course makes it very easy. Just listen, and follow instructions, and it works. I found myself much more relaxed, and also focused on what I was doing (rather than always thinking about things). Thanks for the great course.”
Jenny from California