I’ve just posted the next free installment from my forthcoming course, Mastering the Art of Balance: Stay Sane in an Insane World.
By the end of this 5-minute, 31-second video, you’ll master the simplest and most effective meditation technique I know. It’s benefitted many of my clients, and now you can learn it, too!
This is the second installment of an ongoing course. The beta period of the course is now complete, and I’ll be moving full steam ahead with it soon.
This course is still in development. You can help me tailor it to your needs by answering this quick question:
What are some “rebalancers” you’ve used in your own life that could help others regain their balance?
I’d love to hear your responses, either via email or as a comment on the blog post.
Every four weeks or so, I’ll post course videos here and on a new YouTube channel. My hope is that the video presentation will attract a wider audience and more engagement. A Facebook self-help group, The Balance Lab, is available to anyone who purchases either the book or the course.
The course’s first home will be Udemy.com, the largest online course marketplace. The Udemy.com course will have many additional videos, downloadable resources, and other bonuses not available anywhere else.
Looking forward to your comments. See you in cyberspace –
Copyright 2019, David J. Bookbinder
Nonfiction by David J. Bookbinder
The Art of Balance: Staying Sane in an Insane World on Amazon.com
The Art of Balance: Staying Sane in an Insane World on Amazon.co.uk
The Art of Balance Meditation Cheat Sheet
The Art of Balance Addictions Cheat Sheet
Paths to Wholeness: Fifty-Two Flower Mandalas
Coloring Books for Adults
52 (more) Flower Mandalas: An Adult Coloring Book for Inspiration and Stress Relief
52 Flower Mandalas: An Adult Coloring Book for Inspiration and Stress Relief
Fiction by Eugene K. Garber
The House of Nordquist
O Amazonas Escuro
The Art of Balance Cheat Sheet
Paths to Wholeness: Selections
The Eroica Trilogy: Selections
Flower Mandalas “Merch” Page
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Learn to meditate in 5 minutes, 31 seconds”
David, your sharing this video is a wonderful gift to your readers. Your on screen persona is engaging and the simple techniques on how to incorporate awareness into everyday life — with all of its distractions and perpetual multi-tasking — have an impact far beyond the brief time that they take. If this is an example of how I can benefit from the whole course, count me in!