This Self-Paced Course Starts the Moment you Sign Up…
Create a consistent and soulful meditation practice in 8-weeks with this gentle and flexible online course. Throughout these eight weeks, you will experience a soul-care journey of continuous support and guidance as you make your way home to yourself through meditation. From the comfort of your own home you will be led through mindfulness practices and exercises to promote deep healing, wholeness, and self-compassion all while establishing a sustainable meditation practice. The peaceful weekly guided meditations and additional mindfulness practices will leave you feeling lighter, more grounded and connected to yourself, and better equipped to live a life of deep inner peace. When you learn to meditate, you learn to live from your peaceful center.
“Learn to meditate. It’s fun. It will give you a strong, wonderful mind.” –Frederick Lenz
WHAT TO EXPECT
Starting the day you sign up, you’ll receive a Welcome email, followed a by second email, containing your lesson for Week 1. From there you will receive one email every week for 8 weeks that includes: a video lesson, meditation for the week, supportive journaling prompts, and meditative exercises to help you expand your practice and create an overall sense of peace in your everyday life. Each week will build on the last, so by the end of the eight weeks you will have established a strong meditation practice that brings a deep sense of healing, wholeness, and self-connection to your life.
WHO THIS COURSE IS FOR
Beginner: If you’ve never meditated before, feel intimidated by the idea, or don’t know where to start, this course is for you. The best place to start is at the beginning so that’s where we’ll start. And remember what Shunryu Suzuki says, “In the beginner’s mind there are many possibilities, but in the expert’s there are few.” Love that!
Dabbler: If you’ve meditated before but haven’t been able to establish a consistent practice, this course will definitely help you carve out time to dig in and grow a sustainable, life-long practice where you feel more connected to your deep wisdom and truest self.
Practiced: You have likely already built a strong meditation practice and will be familiar with many of the techniques I share in this course, but if you want to infuse your practice with new ideas, visualizations, and soulful connection to yourself, this course will do just that.
THE COURSE INCLUDES
:: 9 video lessons
:: 8 guided meditations
:: 8 soulful weeks of self-care
:: 30+ insightful journaling prompts
:: 24+ mindfulness practices you can do in addition to meditation
:: Access to the Stay with Yourself Facebook Community
:: Downloadable MP3s of each weekly meditation
:: 8 screen savers for phone + tablet (one for each week)
:: Infographics + poems for support
:: A downloadable e-book of the entire course
“You are the sky. Everything else – it’s just the weather.” -Pema Chödrön
COURSE LESSONS BY WEEK
Week 1 :: Posture + Breath
Week 2 :: Clearing Internal Space
Week 3 :: Mantra + Ritual
Week 4 :: Gratitude + Joy
Week 5 :: Love + Light
Week 6 :: Befriending Yourself
Week 7 :: Deep Inner Wisdom
Week 8 :: Coming Home to Yourself
:: Meditate in the privacy of your own home
:: Create a meditation routine that fits perfectly into your lifestyle
:: Establish consistent and positive mindfulness habits
:: Find more peace, joy and freedom in your daily life
:: Learn to practice self-compassion, love & grace
:: Find healing, wholeness, and connection to your deepest self
:: Create a positive self-care routine that leaves you feeling replenished
:: Learn greater understanding for yourself and others
HOME-BASED = YOUR PACE
You will receive one email a week for eight weeks. Each email contains a video lesson and new meditation for you to practice everyday of that week, with each week building on the last. However, the most important thing to remember is this is YOUR practice. There’s no right or wrong way to meditate. You are free to go through the lessons at your own pace. Enjoy!
“Put your ear down close to your soul and listen hard.” -Anne Sexton