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Life can be really painful sometimes.

The Buddha’s first noble truth is “Dukkha” — which, roughly translated, means “everything is garbage.”

There’s anxiety, there’s depression, there’s discomfort, there’s stress… there’s loneliness, heartache, sickness and death. Oy vey!

But see, this is exactly why meditation was invented. This is why meditation has been practiced by millions of people, for over 3500 years. Because life isn’t always a bunch of rainbows and butterflies. And even when it is, your scumbag brain won’t always allow you to enjoy it.

scumbag brain needs to meditate

Meditation won’t stop you from dying — or from having heartache, anxiety, depression, and loneliness, for that matter — but it will allow you to form a new relationship with life. Instead of being a victim of the stupid garbage that life tends to throw at you, you’ll become an amused, curious, and fascinated observer. To put it simply, you’ll be a happier, healthier, more well-adjusted human being.

This is a simple 10-page QuickStart Guide on how you can begin a meditation practice from the comfort of your own home, in as little as 10 minutes per day.

You’ll learn:

  • Four postures for beginner, intermediate, and advanced meditators.
  • What to do with your body: back, hands, eyes, and legs.
  • What to do with your mind while you meditate.
  • What to focus on & how hard to concentrate.
  • What to do when you get distracted.
  • How to practice equanimity.
  • How long to meditate.
  • Where & when to meditate.
  • Breathing meditation.
  • Body-scan meditation.
  • Shikantaza meditation.
  • Om meditation.
  • And more.

It is our hope that this eBook will give you a solid basis upon which you can build a lifelong meditation practice.

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