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Thursday, December 1st, 2011

Scientific studies from all over the world have proven that regular, daily meditation for even 10 minutes can make you happier, healthier and more creative.

  • Writers, write better
  • Mother’s, mother better
  • Those who are ill, feel better
But if you weren’t brought up in a hillside tribe by Monks, it is unlikely that meditation comes to you naturally.
So how do you learn to meditate? Who do you trust? How do you know the type of meditation that is right for you?
You subscribe to mydiamonddays and check it out from 7 days for free.

It’s that easy.

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We have sourced dozens and dozens of guided meditations from experts all over the world and each day we send you a beautiful guided meditation into your inbox.

All you have to do is put in some headphones and listen.

You’ll experience meditations from mindfulness experts, meditation experts, guided imagery experts and musicians who develop music that is designed to help you meditate.

Develop a daily meditation practice and at the same time discover the styles and teachers that help you develop your own inner peace. We also send you links to interviews, tips and ideas from our experts to help keep you on track.

And to make sure you get off to a great start, for the first 7 days you’ll receive bonus Boot Camp emails which help you solve questions like:
How should I meditate?
When should I meditate?
Where should I meditate?
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And just in case, you’re still not sure – here are a couple of samplers of our meditation for your enjoyment (and because we know you’ll love them so much, they’ll make you sign up).

Take your time, listen. Maybe listen to them a couple of times and then click here to see our entire range.

This meditation is by Lois Francis. A wonderful way to spend 10 minutes.

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This beautiful meditation from Meditation Mojo

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And here’s one from Tulsi of Yoga in Daily Life.

It is slow, gentle and quiet and focuses on the breath and on the importance of enjoying every moment.

You can see an interview with Tulsi here and find out more information about Yoga in Daily Life here.

Sit back and enjoy and feel free to come back whenever you like. There are no restrictions on how many times you can listen. Just click on the triangle below.

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