• about 20 days ago

    Chai with Gloria,Inspirations

    Think you’re bad at meditation?

    By Gloria Latham

    You tried to meditate.

    You sat, closed your eyes, and focused on your breath.

    And then…you remembered the email you forgot to reply to last night…or the kid’s book report due tomorrow…or the meeting you have later today…or 1,001 other random things.

    You probably scolded yourself for not clearing your mind of all thoughts. Meditation fail.

    But you didn’t fail. You’re not bad at meditation.

    Maybe you need a different kind of meditation…one that helps keep your busy mind occupied…one that gives you specific results, like manifesting more prosperity, releasing anger, preventing burnout, or alleviating anxiety and depression…one that helps you dramatically transform your life in just 11 minutes a day.

    In this brief video I share:

    • Details about the hundreds of different meditations that the Master of Kundalini Yoga, Yogi Bhajan, shared with us…

    • How using mantra, breath work, and mudra in meditation helps you tame an unfocused mind…

    • What you can realistically expect from just 11 minutes of meditation a day…

    Sat Nam,
    Gloria Latham

    Gloria Latham

    Gloria Latham is one of the most influential forces of Yoga Teacher Training globally. She is a Lululemon Global Ambassador, and founder of Semperviva Yoga Studios. She is best known for her week long transformational programs that help students powerfully break through barriers, and her high vibing Yoga Raves. Gloria worked as a licensed pharmacist for almost ten years before discovering true health through the practice of yoga and meditation.

  • about 12 days ago

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  • about 27 days ago

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