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The mind is like a glass of muddy water. Calming the mind helps us stop stirring, and the mud settles. But inevitably, we stir again. With a calm mind and settled mud, practice mindful insight meditation to remove mud from water.

BEHIND THE MEDITATIONS

Meet the team sharing meditation through Lumiate

Greg Seton, PhD

Meditation Design

Greg received his PhD from the University of Oxford and specializes in the theoretical frameworks behind meditation. He currently spends time teaching Meditation Theory at Dartmouth College.

Yusef Seevers

Meditation Coach

Yusef has taught meditation for over 6 years while building a company advocating body awareness and emotional intelligence.

James Esch Duran

Meditation coach

After studying Economics and Buddhism, James invented the Lumiate method to make meditation easier and more accessible during the constant demands of the day.

RESEARCHED BENEFITS OF TIME TESTED MEDITATION

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Stress Management

Sometimes stress is a useful response. Meditation doesn't numb you, but it will keep you steady.

Focused Attention

Keep your attention where it's needed. Focus on what's important.

Increase Productivity

Benefits to focus and attention aside, you will spend less time fixated on what's not productive.

Settle Anxiety

Anxiety is like a natural intuition. Grasping at something to fear is the real problem.

Heighten Creativity

Settle discursive thought and maintain awareness on a given set of circumstances.

Improve Memory

Keep the mind calm to keep distractions out of precious working memory.

Try a video-simulated light meditation.

Lumiate's Light Cycle is invisible to screen capture software, so we created a video simulation to help you visualize it.

Calm the mind by using the effect to anchor to the present. You'll settle in before beginning a light meditation.
Calm the mind by using the breath to anchor to the present
Train your ability to maintain peaceful focus by counting breaths.
Maintain focus by letting go of thoughts running through your mind.

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