Guided Meditation: Find Peace of Mind and Clarity Effortlessly | Ken Wells | Skillshare

Guided Meditation: Find Peace of Mind and Clarity Effortlessly

Ken Wells, Best-Selling Instructor, Self-Realization Coach

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5 Videos (17m)
    • Why Should I Enroll?

      0:52
    • The Peaceful Mind Guided Meditation

      12:13
    • How to Leave a Review for This Class

      1:01
    • How to Complete the Class Project

      1:11
    • Conclusion and Next Steps

      1:43

About This Class

Guided Meditation is an extremely easy way to experiences the benefits of meditation.

In this class, you join me on a guided meditation called "The Peaceful Mind".

This short 12 minute meditation is perfect for starting your day in a relaxed, centered way.  

Or for relieving anxiety, stress and tension whenever you feel them building up.

Whether your in a creative role or your job requires a more analytical focus, it's been shown that taking time out to regularly meditate and "recharge your batteries" will have a significant impact, not only on your mood, but on your ability to come up with new ideas and to be more productive.

So, go ahead and enroll in the class, so you can begin to experience more peace, well-being and clarity in your life today.

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Ken Wells

Best-Selling Instructor, Self-Realization Coach

Ken Wells is an internationally sought after speaker, teacher and coach.  He is the author of 20+ courses and coaching programs on topics such as meditation, personal transformation, online course creation & marketing mindfulness and spirituality.  

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