Dallas, TX (PRWEB) December 8, 2006
Now anyone can give the gift of calm. Finding Time Sitting Still, a new online meditation program, is described by past students as "the world's easiest meditation course." Just click meditation gift.
Jon and Linda Caswell developed Finding Time Sitting Still after 9-11 to help people deal with their stress. Research demonstrates that stress relief is a key benefit of meditation.
Says Jon Caswell, "We have made meditation so easy you can't do it wrong. You don't have to be a contortionist. You don't have to change your name, diet, or religion. Our method is not only user-friendly, it's completely Western and non-sectarian. This is stress reduction made easy." Visit meditation information.
Who at this hectic time of year couldn't use relaxation and peace of mind. Says Linda Caswell, "We've taken scores of classes, workshops and initiations. Let us save you the trouble. The practice we outline at http://www.mycalmspace.com is a guilt-free, non-should approach to meditation. We designed it to neutralize resistance long enough for people to see results from the practice. If you've ever tried to meditate but couldn't quiet your mind, this course is for you."
Finding Time Sitting Still is the perfect gift for that person whose New Years resolution includes relaxing more. The 21-day, online course focuses on simple metaphors and techniques for understanding and neutralizing the mind. There are no complex maps to follow or techniques to master. To register, go to the Website.
The daily lessons are short - generally only 5-10 minutes plus a few minutes of introspection. Also included is a downloadable CD with four meditations (5, 10, 15 or 20 minutes) with surf sounds in the background. The CD is available for purchase separately ($15 download or $19 mailed). The course also includes downloadable review sheets of each day's lessons. For a free sample lesson and 5-minute meditation track, click meditation sample.
To hear from others who have taken this course, there are testimonials on the Website.
For $49, anyone can give a gift that not only keeps on giving, but will help the recipient focus and concentrate like never before. "And lots of students have told us, it has taken years off their faces," says Linda.