just return from your vacation? Is your inbox full, and are the meetings allready lined up one after another? Maybe it’s time to kick off the autumn with a new strategy to tackle busyness and stress!
For the past seven years, I have been studying various forms of meditation techniques.
Why? And what does it have to do with you?
I discovered that meditation could create long periods of inner peace, even amidst a clutter of thoughts, external stress, and turmoil in my busy life as an almost blind senior art director at LEGO Agency.
I could create moments of Inner Peace in Outer Chaos!
On my journey from Hopelessness Street to Possibility Road, I have drawn inspiration from many ancient techniques that have been practiced in the East for thousands of years.
Let me, therefore, introduce you to my latest guided meditation:
The Hong Sau technique.
“Hong-Sau” was introduced to the West in 1946 by the famous Indian yogi Paramahansa Yogananda in his highly acclaimed book “Autobiography of a Yogi.”
(The only book Steve Jobs had stored on his personal iPhone and which he gave a physical copy of to all guests at his funeral).
The Hong-Sau meditation is a relatively simple but profoundly effective practice that helps calm the mind and focus attention.
So, even if you have never meditated before, you can join in here. And even if you have been meditating for many years, this technique is rewarding.
If you are curious to experience one of the techniques that have helped me find Inner Peace in Outer Chaos, even as I slowly lose my etesight…
…then find a quiet place,
sit comfortably on a chair,
and listen to my voice.