Meditation Made Easy: Dissolve Stress, Feel Better and Clear Your Head | Ken Wells | Skillshare

Meditation Made Easy: Dissolve Stress, Feel Better and Clear Your Head

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

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5 Videos (21m)
    • Why Should I Take This Class?

    • Guided Meditation: The Pathless Path to the Ever-Present One

    • How to Leave a Review for This Class

    • How to Complete the Class Project

    • Conclusion and Next Steps


About This Class

What could be easy then putting on your headphones and doing nothing for 15 minutes?

Everyone wants to meditate but most people find it difficult to sit still and "quiet their mind".

In this class, you'll join me on a Guided Meditation, so you can sit back and drift off into a nice, peaceful place.

It also includes special sounds which are proven to deepen your relaxation.

This meditation is perfect for starting your day with composure and confidence.  

It's also great to use, on your phone, during your lunch break to prepare for the second half of your workday.

It's been shown that taking time out to meditate is a great way to keep the creative juices flowing and to refresh yourself so you don't snap at your co-workers :)

So, go ahead and experience the benefits of meditation, the easy way by enrolling in this class 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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40,400+ students in 168 countries are currently enrolled in his programs.

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