How To Make Meditation EASY

This week on YOUR LIFE AFTER TRAUMA we covered the basics of dissociation — why you do it, how it gets started, why it’s a good thing, why you want to learn how to become more present and tips for how to do that.

Any discussion of becoming more present has to contain a chat about meditation, both about it’s healing benefits, plus how to meditate and structure a comfortable habit. But if you’ve ever tried to meditate, you know how tough it can be — especially if you’ve got PTSD brain that goes, oh, about 100mph!

Since the scientific proof that meditation greatly aids recovery continues to proliferate you might start thinking about how you can overcome your (and your mind’s!) resistance to this completely FREE PTSD recovery tool. There’s a simple and easy trick to making meditation more simple. Check it out….


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