Stay calm in a crisis with this 5 minute meditation

Need to stay calm in a crisis?  Mindfulness expert and meditation teacher Neil Seligman has a five minute meditation that will help you get through

We all know that sick feeling of being hit with bad news or utterly overwhelmed by the events or demands we’re facing.

This 5 minute mediation flow by Neil Seligman, founder of The Conscious Professional will change that by bringing you focus and awareness fast, instantly calming you down.


In fact, practiced regularly, mindfulness meditation can help train your brain to feel more in control and become calmer in situations that used to scare you.

A study published the Biological Psychiatry journal revealed how participants in an eight-week mindfulness meditation program altered how their brains processed fear.

Neil Seligman is dedicated to sharing the power of mindfulness globally, transforming lives, and inspiring excellence in all aspects of human endeavour.

He is the author of 100 Mindfulness Meditations and Conscious Leadership, and the Originator of Soul Portrait Photography.

As a sought after expert, Neil has worked with firms such as Netflix, Accenture and Warner Brothers and has been featured by the BBC, The Mirror, Yoga Magazine, Psychologies, OmYoga Magazine and many more.


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