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Is this the future of meditation? (must-try audio exercise)

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Do you meditate? Or are you at least curious about how this ancient practice can help you?

Start to Meditate like never before

Yes? Well we have a gift you’re going to love from our friends at Mindvalley – one of the world’s biggest online personal growth publishers.

It’s a free meditation audio. But with a difference.

Consciousness, peace, bliss, happiness and harmony right now with ease.

The audio uses a next-generation sound technology called Omharmonics, which Mindvalley has spent the past year developing with world-class consciousness engineers.

The result is you’ll be meditating like a Himalayan monk in minutes – even if you’ve never meditated successfully in your life.

The truth is, we’ve seen the Lifestyle Dezine community struggle with meditation for decades now.

Many of us can’t shake off mental chatter. We fall asleep. We get restless. We can’t find the time to practice.

According to Mindvalley, Omharmonics makes all these problems obsolete.

Could this be the future of meditation?

Grab a pair of headphones, set aside a few minutes, and be the judge:

>>> Go here to download and listen to your free Omharmonics audio.

P.S. We’re one of the first communities in the world Mindvalley is sharing this with – and it’s 100% complimentary 🙂

>>> This audio could transform your meditation AND your life.

Peace and Blessings

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Christopher Rivas

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One Response to “Is this the future of meditation? (must-try audio exercise)”

  1. 8 Things You Can Do Now - Lifestyle Dezine

    […] The benefits of meditation have been known and practiced for thousands of years, but they may be new to you, so here’s a recap. Meditation reduces anxiety, battles depression, and diminishes pain. Meditation even impacts your genetic expression6, so it’s high time to schedule some ‘ommmm’ time into your day. It takes time to build a meditation practice. Start with manageable steps. Like 5 or 10 minutes. […]

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