How to Quiet Your Mind

  • by Marc Allen
  • Narrated by J. Christopher Dunn
  • 2 hrs and 13 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Is an inner dialog always going on inside you, preventing you from getting things done, making clear decisions, and concentrating on tasks that need to be done?
Are you a student? How often do you sit down to complete some important assignment, only to suddenly find something else (of far lesser importance) to attend to? How many times have you, in your adult life, been faced with some task or resolved to learn some new creative skill only to set it aside for some menial activity with no deadline or value? At the end of the day, have you ever asked yourself, "Why did I do that? Why did I waste so much time?"
Are you looking to stop this?
Are you looking for simple ways to quiet your inner voice that you can implement right now?
If you are, this audio is for you! It will teach you techniques to quiet your inner voice, relax, focus on the here and now, and get your mind to cooperate with what YOU want.
You'll learn:

Very easy techniques that you can start using today to quiet your inner dialogue, relieve stress, and increase focus.
What not to do when beginning to quiet your mind. Beginner's meditative practices which focus on proper breathing (do you know most of us have developed some of the worst breathing habits we possibly can?), increasing focus and more.
Additional techniques that can improve your intellectual and creative capacities Meditative positions (both simple and more advanced positions) designed and developed for the purposes of increased awareness and breathing.
Exercises that will help you in every aspect of your outward life to allow your mind to cooperate more with your intentions and focus within.
You deserve the absolute best for your life, and it can all start with How to Quiet Your Mind: Relax and Silence the Voice of Your Mind, Today!.


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Customer Reviews

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Loved The Book. Missed Marc Allen's Voice...

Enjoyed the book, but, omg, why didn't Marc Allen's do the narrating himself like he normally does? For me, it messed up the entire experience. Not that the narrator was bad. Not at all. I just wanted Marc Allen's.
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- Charlene Allison

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-02-2013
  • Publisher: Empowerment Nation