Publisher : Kevin Kockot, M.A.
Course Language : English
Hello and welcome to “Learn to meditate in Seven Days” – My name is Kevin Kockot and I welcome you to this course!
You want to learn to meditate and need a step by step guide?
You want to take advantage of the health benefits that go with the practice?
This course will help you with that for sure!
On this course I listed 7 Meditations for seven days so that you are guided to get into the practice of mediation for more mindfulness
On that step-by-step process I will guide you to focus on your breath, the activity mind, emotions and more, so that you can fully relax and enjoy the health- benefits of the practice of meditation.
I also added free MP3s of the lectures to the course, so you can practice whenever you want - independently and self-determent.
If you have any questions – feel free to message me on Udemy anytime!
And now – enjoy the course! :)
PS: Thanks to Erokia/JordanPowell - Sound Design Freesoundorg/people/Erokia/ (Commons Attribution 3.0)
PSPS: Here a list of scientifically proven benefits of meditation:
"Clinicians should be aware that meditation programs can result in small to moderate reductions of multiple negative dimensions of psychological stress.
- JAMA Intern Med. 2014 Mar;174(3):357-68.
"Increases in mindfulness were found to mediate the relationships between formal mindfulness practice and improvements in psychological functioning, suggesting that the practice of mindfulness meditation leads to increases in mindfulness, which in turn leads to symptom reduction and improved well-being."
- Jounal of Behavioral Medicine 31(1):23-33 "These results suggest that mindfulness training may improve attention-related behavioral responses by enhancing functioning of specific subcomponents of attention."
- Cognitive, Affective, & Behauvioral Neuroscience June 2007, Volume 7, Issue 2 pp 109–119
"Increasing evidence shows that mindfulness meditation, delivered either via MBSR or MBTI, can be successfully used for the treatment of insomnia with good patient acceptance and durable results."
- Curr Opin Pulm Med. 2015 Nov;21(6):547-52.
"Taken together, these data indicate that meditation engages multiple brain mechanisms that alter the construction of the subjectively available pain experience from afferent information."
- J Neurosci. 2011 Apr 6; 31(14): 5540-5548