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Stress-proof Yourself with Zen Meditation

Learn simple techniques to protect your mind so that you can live a longer, healthier life.

Stress-proof Yourself with Zen Meditation

Learn simple techniques to protect your mind so that you can live a longer, healthier life.
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To start stress-proofing, we need to create a strong habit of meditation in our daily lives. This week is dedicated to creating that foundation and starting to notice early signs of stress.
Modern science can help us understand stress better.
Let's take a look at the biological changes in a person when they're stressed.
Do your coping mechanisms address the biological nature of stress?
A written summary of what to practice this week.
This concentration meditation is very useful for calming stress reactions and feelings of overwhelm in general.
Once you're familiar with this technique, use it in your everyday life to give your body and mind a much-needed break.
This week, we'll practice understanding the deeper causes of your stress so that you can take effective action and make more helpful choices in the future.

Too much stress limits our lives - but it doesn't have to.

We have the power to release its hold on us.

It just takes some practice.

Using a few simple techniques, you can train yourself to:

1) Quickly notice when stress is building up inside.

2) Resolve it before it harms your health and your potential.

3) Understand what really caused it in the first place.

4) Use that knowledge to create a happier, healthier life.

This is how you can stress-proof your mind.

This course gives you simple tools for doing just that, including:

  • What stress is according to modern science
  • Three stabilizing, grounding techniques to reconnect with your calm anywhere, any time
  • How to identify the roots of your stress and understand the underlying issue
  • A 3-week schedule with lots of room for practice

Medical Disclaimer

Mindfulness and Meditation are not intended to be a replacement for any medical treatment. 

I will not advise you to stop taking any medication or attending therapy sessions. Both can be a valuable support for some people as they practice mindfulness and meditation.

Any choice to cease medical treatment is done at your own risk. By continuing with this course, it is assumed that you accept these terms.

Also, these techniques may not be useful to those with schizophrenia and similar mental conditions. Consult a trusted medical professional if you are unsure if this course would benefit you.

Requirements

A willingness to practice simple meditation techniques daily for three weeks.

To start stress-proofing, we need to create a strong habit of meditation in our daily lives. This week is dedicated to creating that foundation and starting to notice early signs of stress.
Modern science can help us understand stress better.
Let's take a look at the biological changes in a person when they're stressed.
Do your coping mechanisms address the biological nature of stress?
A written summary of what to practice this week.
This concentration meditation is very useful for calming stress reactions and feelings of overwhelm in general.
Once you're familiar with this technique, use it in your everyday life to give your body and mind a much-needed break.
This week, we'll practice understanding the deeper causes of your stress so that you can take effective action and make more helpful choices in the future.

About the instructors

Jason Bond

Mindfulness and Zen Meditation Teacher
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www.tallmountainmindfulness.com

Originally hailing from Kennebunkport, Maine, Jason started practicing meditation as a way to remain sane amongst the stress and pressure of teaching in a public secondary school. His professional and personal lives improved drastically, leading to a desire to share meditation with others.

Jason has been practicing Buddhism since 2014, spending time in retreat in the UK, Europe and Asia. He is a student of Daizan Skinner Roshi, a Zen Master in the Rinzai Zen tradition.

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