A four-part Audio course that reveals the simplicity & benefits of deep rest
When are you going to give yourself a break?
Rest is vital to our physical and mental wellbeing, but it’s often the first thing we sacrifice when we’re feeling stressed, overwhelmed or just all-round busier than usual.
We might promise ourselves a break once we ‘get it done’ or when the conditions are right, but it’s rare that such a future ever comes.
Do we ever really get it all done?
Perhaps you feel that taking a moment to pause and reset is indulgent, or lazy, or might hinder your productivity.
Perhaps your experience is that stopping feels uncomfortable (your mind seems to be chattering away, your body fidgety).
If any of this rings true for you, and yet you still have a nagging feeling that you could do with finding a way to feel rested, restored and a little more at ease with life as it is right now, then this course is for you.
The download includes four audio-based practices that you can do anywhere. They are effortless and fail-safe and you don’t need any special kit – just a quiet space or a pair of headphones.
Your download will include:
Four audio recordings (mp3s) of around 30 minutes each
Four separate audio recordings (mp3s) introducing the practices (so that you don’t have to listen to the introduction each time)
A comprehensive course guide (pdf) with practice notes for each audio recording
Rest Now will enable you to:
Create your own desert island in life, without the need to get away from anything or anyone
Unravel from guilt and shame about stopping
Be better able to face that restless part of you that might seem ever more present whenever you do try to stop (such as a ‘monkey mind’)
Experience how a meditative state does not require you to have any knowledge or skills
Come to know the part of you that is always at rest, so that in frantic or chaotic periods of life you can call on this restfulness, even amidst the storm
Experience how rest can, contrary to expectations, increase your productivity and energy levels
Notice the opportunities amidst your current day-to-day life to enjoy the benefits of a natural pause - i.e. see that you might not necessarily have to ‘create’ space in your life, just notice where it is already