For far too many of us, scattered attention is a hallmark of living in a frenetic, bewildering world of information overload, rampant misinformation, constant distraction, and social polarization. Also, major life events—death, divorce, health issues, reversal of fortune—can be disorienting. If you've tried some of the familiar options for coping with it all--therapy, drugs, escapism, over-eating, etc.--or simply crawling into a hole (emotional or literal!), mindfulness meditation may be your salvation (a word we don't use lightly).
Disclaimer: This course won't change your external world or banish life's hardships. It will, however, give you a simple but transformative tool, mindfulness practice, to help manage your world and more effectively tend to what truly matters to you--starting with your inward journey (personal, spiritual) and extending to your outward journey (relational, communal).
The transformation will happen through an age-old strategy: positive habit formation. That, in a nutshell, is what the "The Mindful Meditator" course offers: Practical guidance and support for mastering mindfulness meditation as an indispensable part of your life--physical, mental, and spiritual. But, it won't take months or years to reap the benefits--only weeks, based on experience. BONUS: Students enrolled in the course can download The Mindful Meditator guidebook for free, a $15 value if purchased separately. THE COURSE WILL BE AVAILABLE STARTING MARCH 1, 2024. Enroll now for discounted pre-launch pricing.
Steve is a professor of philosophy, ethics, and world religions. He holds graduate degrees from Boston University and Wesley Theological Seminary and did his undergraduate work at the University of Maryland (Munich) and West Virginia University. In addition to his academic vocation, Steve has been an award-winning magazine and newspaper editor and is the author/editor of three books. He is a retired United Methodist minister, certified life coach and member of the International Association of Coaching (IAC).