Taking control of your physical and mental health is a must if you want to get the most out of life. Those that thrive in their lives are the ones that take the time to learn about how the mind and body works. They also learn how to train the mind for more calm, clarity and […]
About Michael Atma
Michael is an international meditation and personal development teacher. With over 20 years experience, Michael’s teachings are designed to make meditation simple and fun. His new book, Master Your Mindspace: Mindful practices for More Calm, Clarity and Focus in Just 5 Minutes a Day, hit #1 on Amazon’s Best-Seller list. He is also the creator of Meditation Dojo, a popular meditation app that teaches people how to enjoy more inner peace in just 5 minutes a day. Michael also enjoys martial arts, playing the guitar and spending time with his three dogs.
Entries by Michael Atma
You may be wondering what meditation and forgiveness have to do with each other. At first glance it would be easy to dismiss any connection but when you get to have a go yourself – that’s when the penny drops. So why do we even need a forgiveness meditation? Because it brings a quality of […]
Have you ever had those nights where you lay down to go to sleep only to find that the moment you head hits the pillow your thoughts seemingly go into hyper-drive? It’s like you turn off the lights so you can sleep only to find that your thoughts just won’t switch off. The reality is […]
When it comes to meditation there are too many misconceptions to count. One of the big ones is that meditation is all about stopping thoughts. I’d heard about this, “still mind,” which could be apparently achieved through meditation, and I was desperate to experience it. While this state may be quite natural for the likes […]
It’s so easy to get stuck in the ‘doing’ of life. Pushing yourself mentally and physically each day to try and complete a never-ending list of to-do items often leaves you feeling frustrated and exhausted. Then you get to wake up the next day and do it all over again without any relief in sight. […]