So you think you “can’t” meditate due to ADD, or ADHD or whatever “disorder” you’ve been told you have. Well, I’ve found a way to meditate despite my distractibility!
Hi. My name is George P. Kansas. I have ADHD. That’s right, Alternative Dream Hyper-Diligence. When I was a kid, I was always the “spaz”. I couldn’t seem to sit still. I was yelled at constantly for having “ants in my pants”. Teachers assumed I was dumb because it alway took me longer to learn things. Only now – after 30 years of studying the way our brains work and coaching people like you and I – do I understand that I wasn’t dumb. I was just being taught one way, even though I learn another way.
Well, meditation was no different. I’d worked with Gurus from around the world learning the secrets of deep transformational meditation. All the secrets of the eastern world and yet I still had difficulty staying “focused” long enough to benefit from this age old technique.
Then one day I was diagnosed with a rare form of Leukemia. My life depended – literally – upon my ability to focus on creating an atmosphere of healing in my body.
I want to share with you the same techniques I used to assist my wonderful doctors in healing me. I’ve come up with a way to learn meditation that works even for those of us for whom “sitting still” is a chore! I call it distracted focus. And it works!
You can obtain deep peace so that you can access your most creative faculties. You can learn to develop the skills to do this on just a few moments notice. I’ve combined the healing and rejuvenating techniques of deep transformative meditation with the soothing sounds of Tibetan healing bowls and the guided imagery of proven relaxation scripts to bring you Meditation for NonMeditators! Watch this space for more content from our labs.
In the meantime,
Live with vigor, love with all you’ve got and make the most of it!
CEO – Chief Enthusiasm Officer
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