Contemporary Meditation
We've all heard of various meditation techniques, even if we aren't familiar with the specific strengths that each individual type has.  Joining us today to talk about contemporary meditation is author and Director of the McLean Meditation Institute for Transformative Meditation Training in Sedona, Arizona, Sarah McLean.

Sarah's history with meditation and how she came to do the work she does today is fascinating and could be a show of it's own. Additionally, she's developed a program that she uses to train others and has written a great book called Soul-Centered: Transform Your Life in 8 Weeks with Meditation that covers a lot of information that you probably wish you'd heard before you started a meditation practice.

If you haven't yet started a meditative practice and are interested in the benefits as well as how to best start one, today's show is definitely for you. She's developed The Seed Program, which stands for Simple, Easy, Every Day meditation and we think you'll love it. Sarah's counsel is wise, engaging, and informative and we know you'll find her tips enormously helpful.

For more information about Sarah and the McLean Meditation Institute, please visit www.McLeanMeditation.com. They have a lot of instruction as well as audio and text information on meditations that you can find. Delightful!

Featured Contributors

I am a Coach, Psychologist, Teacher and Facilitator of Mindful Meditation and Mindfulness Programs. I bring a contagious passion for life, as well as...
At age 10, failing in school and miserable at home, Tom Rosenak happened upon Dale Carnegie’s book How to Stop Worrying and Start Living. In those day...
Teresa Ghilarducci is a labor economist and nationally-recognized expert in retirement security. An economics professor at The New School, Teresa serv...

Popular Articles

As we move from spring to summer, our minds are turning to the great outdoors after a winter of hibe...
Celebration Highlighting Wine Glasses Clinking
In a recent article by Eric Asimov, wine reviewer for the New York Times, he discusses how wine is u...
No energy. Tired. Weak. Moody. Fat. Ugh.   Feeling chronically lethargic is no way to live one’s lif...

Popular Blogs

The holidays are upon us, and usually brings out the best in people.  I ran across this on the last...
A young college graduate was having difficulty sitting through movies and each Sunday’s church servi...
Need to find some joy? Here are some fun ideas! Go to Pinterest and search for meditation spots. Tak...