Welcome to your 5 day meditation course!

By the end of this, you will know how to meditate completely on your own and have a daily meditation practice.

On each day, I will assign you homework! This is a real meditation course, it may be free, but it’s real and if you really want to learn this, you have to do the homework.

After this, you will have a daily meditation practice that you can do on your own, without any guiding necessary, without any mp3, so that you can meditate on your own, anytime, anywhere. Like a pro.

So bookmark this page and set a reminder in your calendar for the next 5 days to come back here and watch the lessons.

Now, let’s get started!


Learn a very basic meditation technique that involves the breath

The easiest way to get into a meditative state is by using your breath. In this lesson, you will learn the quickest, easiest way to do it!


 DAY 2

Learn how to use a Sanskrit Mantra

Today,  we will set the tone and calm us down into a meditative mood. And then, we will add the mantra “Om” to the breath.



Learn sitting positions and hand positions

Today,  we will learn a hand position you can use during meditation, called a mudra. Mudras are often called yoga of the hands.



Super Powerful Meditations

The secret trick to make your meditations super powerful.

The technique we will learn today is my favourite one and it is so special to me. I use this principle in my own daily practice.

day 4



Bonus Meditation

Today, we learn the Hridaya Mudra to add to the meditation from Day 4. We are also doing the guided “Sending Love” meditation.



Are you a super meditator by now or what? YES you are!

Congrats on finishing this course, and I can’t wait to meditate with you either…

  • coincidentally when we both happen to be doing our daily meditation at the same time
  • maybe we will end up working together in a Family Constellation session and meditate together there – just contact me if you’re interested
  • or in person at one of the events and retreats that I lead!

Either way, I hope you love meditating as much as I do. It really is the best thing in the world.