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What’s Your Morning Meditation Routine?
Noted Guided Imagery Author Offers A New Program To Help Aspiring Meditators Start Their Day Right
The problem is that when most people sit down and try to meditate, they’re easily distracted by random thoughts. Existing stress factors about their job, relationships, money, and health all rush in and fill that mind-space with endless chatter. Most people who try meditating without some kind of structured support feel frustrated, wonder where all the peaceful benefits are, and give up.
Guided imagery author and intuitive counselor Max Highstein is out to change all that. His latest guided program, Morning Meditation, offers what he says is a simple to follow, easy to use daily program that keeps listeners on track through the short 15- 20 minute experience. By the time they’re done, they’ve settled in to relax, connected to their higher source, and cleared inner negativity to set up a clean slate for their day. Listeners also have a couple minutes to receive higher guidance, open to miracles large and small, and experience gratitude for their life.
“It’s a compact and tidy formula that covers a lot of ground in a short period of time,” says Highstein. “This is similar to the meditation I do every morning, and I find it works very well. Once someone has established this routine, they can then modify or expand on it as they need to on their own, as needed.”
Indeed, if expansion is what the listener wants, Max Highstein can offer it. With more than 70 guided meditations, programs and courses in his catalog, he’s got guided imagery for everything from deep relaxation, to improving personal boundaries, to visiting with saints and angels, and more. It all began in the mid-1980’s with Highstein’s flagship program, The Healing Waterfall. That’s been an award winning, perennial bestseller that’s reached over 100,000 customers worldwide, and now the centerpiece of his comprehensive website of the same name.
Find all of Max Highstein’s programs, as well as his podcast and guided imagery blog, at http://www.guidedimagerydownloads.com. To learn about his comprehensive program on developing your intuition, visit http://www.intuitionretreat.com.