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10 Tips to Help You Calm the Bleep Down and Start Meditating Today


Through our recorded and live group, guided meditations on our podcast, I have been inspired by connecting with thousands of people who choose to take time from their busy schedules to spend a few moments with me in breath and gratitude. 

That connection to the present moment and other humans is what has led me to this moment. We will be offering live group mindfulness and meditation classes.  For a short time, these classes will only be $5 a session and will last no more than an hour. Each class plans to have some discussion at the beginning, some meditation, and some time for questions and discussion at the end. Each class will be available through a private link and will be available for replay. 


Welcome to Calm the Bleep Down.
I am your guide,  Michael Bekemeyer!

 During each session, you will learn techniques to quiet the mind and find clarity in the present moment. You will also have the opportunity to connect with others and form a supportive community. 


These classes are good for meditators of all experience levels. If you have never meditated before, that's great! If you have meditated for decades, that's also great! All you need is an open mind and a willingness to let go of distractions and stress. We can't wait to meet you, connect, and be present together in meditation.  


I know many people are intimidated by the thought of meditation. They are unsure of what it is and how to do it so they shy away from it. Many are convinced they can't meditate because their mind won't "be quiet" long enough to do it. Some are convinced they don't have time and some are terrified of what they might learn about themselves. If none of those sound like you, maybe you are worried like I was, that you will feel or look silly while doing it. Trust me, I understand. Know this, there is no one who can't meditate and there is no one way do it it. The process is different for everyone and when teaching someone to meditate, I always follow the adage, "eat the fish and spit out the bones", which is just another way to say keep what works for you and get rid of the rest. 


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