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☑ How to meditate in five different styles, tailored for ADHD
☑ How to strengthen your brain's capacity for focus & concentration
☑ How ADHD works in your mind, and how to use it to your advantage
☑ How to control your ADHD superpower: Hyperfocus Mode
ADD and ADHD can make it hard to focus & get things done. You have lots of mental energy (that's why you're so smart!) but you have a hard time directing it to one thing at a time. Many people go through their entire lives in this scatter-brained state, jumping from thing to thing, never fully concentrating on, or actually enjoying, anything. This can lead to major school & career problems (not paying attention in class, not paying attention at work, not caring about what you're working on, bouncing from job to job, career to career, etc), and problems becoming a successful adult.
For some handicaps, there is simply no cure, no way out. Thankfully, ADD/ADHD is NOT one of those handicaps. ADD & ADHD can actually be a blessing in disguise, if you learn how to channel your mental energy, to focus it, to make it like a laser. This is called hyperfocusing, and it is a superpower unique to ADD/ADHD people!
You may have noticed that while you sometimes can't focus on anything at all, sometimes you can get extremely zoned in to one thing (like these words, for example). And oftentimes (for some of us, more often than not), the thing that you're zoned into is the wrong thing. For example, my first year in college I got so sucked into social media that I barely went outside and met actual friends. Sometimes this still happens to me, if I pick up my phone right when I wake up and click on a social media notification before I start meditating for the day. Social media platforms are designed to suck you in -- that's how they make money. That's bad news for ADD / ADHD people. And there are tons of other useless, unproductive, time-wasting things that can suck in your attention, if you don't learn how to control your hyperfocus.
The good news is that you can learn how to control your hyperfocus, and use it to supercharge your life by focusing on the things you actually want to be focused on! It's not easy, but it is actually very simple. The answer can be written in just ten letters: MEDITATION.
Meditation is the single most important key to controlling your hyperfocus, focusing on what you want to focus on, and moving your attention to the things that you want it to be on. Meditation is not some woo-woo magical thing... it's literally just training your brain to focus. That's literally what meditation IS. It's a practice of bringing your mind into the present moment, and focusing it on one thing at a time. This practice strengthens the parts of your brain that are responsible for regulating your attention. Just like lifting weights builds muscles in your body, practicing meditation builds neural connections in your brain (it's a process called neuroplasticity -- look it up!). Just like your muscles get bigger from lifting weights, your brain gets bigger by practicing meditation! And just like you can focus your exercise on strengthening a particular part of your body (arms, legs, chest, etc), you can focus your meditation on strengthening a particular part of your mind (deep focus, broad focus, generating joy, love, happiness, etc).
Many of the world's most successful entrepreneurs, futurists, inventors, and celebrities are people who have learned to direct their ADHD energy and control their innate powers of hyperfocus. In this course, we will use meditation to do that, and more -- to become more focused, successful, stable, joyful, energized, and just plain happier in life!
By the end of this course, you will be experienced with five different meditation techniques, which you can practice in daily life:
- mindfulness of breathing
- concentrating on a physical object, and
- concentrating on an activity,
You'll be equipped with the tools you need to become the best version of yourself, and transform your ADD/ADHD from a handicap into a superpower!
The skills you'll learn in this course will be worth 1000x more than the price of the course. Not only will this course save you money on ADD/ADHD drugs like Adderall & Ritalin, and help you make tens, hundreds, or thousands of times more successful in life than you would have been without being able to control your superpowers of hyperfocus, the meditations you learn in this course will make you immeasurably happier, over the course of your lifetime. And that's kind of the point of this whole "life" thing anyway, isn't it? What's $50 in comparison to a lifetime of sustainable happiness?
Don't get distracted by any shiny things or other tabs. Click the button to sign up for this course now. This may be the single most important moment in your life. Stay focused, sign up now, and start watching right away!
How Meditation Helps With ADHD
How ADHD Works
ADHD As A Superpower
Mindfulness (Broad Focus)
Mindfulness of Breathing
Effort vs. Relaxation
A Little Taste of Bliss
Concentrating On A Physical Object
Applying Meditation To #adhdlife
Activating Hyperfocus Mode
Practicing Hyperfocus While Cleaning
Playing With Broad vs. Narrow Focus
Focusing on What's Important
Building Your Practice
After everyone has told me I am stupid and tedious, I finally learn how to use my best tool, my ADHD brain ... I am crying.
Great course, I found it more insightful and useful than other meditation apps I’ve used before. Most likely because it addresses specific issues that those with ADHD like myself struggle with. Still need to build this into a fully consistent daily practise but this has been a milestone for me in my journey of learning to deepen my focus.
Build a meditation practice is what I need more than anything. And this course taught me how to do it. Kevin sure knows the problems of having ADHD and in every lesson you'll learn more about it and how to use it in your favor. I highly recommend this course.
The course has met my expectations. It seemed like this course was designed for me. The way he described every little problem faced by people with ADD/ADHD caught my attention. Usually it's hard for me to focus on video tutorials (that's why I'm here) but this one really grabbed my attention as I was able to relate it to myself. The instructor is well aware of all the misery people with ADHD face and connects with you as if he knows you from time ago. I'm glad I took this course.
I loved it, just the few exercises not only helped me find exercises to help find my focus in all my projects. It also reignited my passion for the practice.
I have ADHD with the inattentive type as a main trait and as a person who already has some primary experience with mindfulness exercises I found that course really interesting. It gave me some new insights and directions I want to focus on from now on. Sometimes I had a bit of trouble focussing on the content (monotonous voice, repetition of things) and the breathwork was a bit scary for me. Apart from that I really learnt something and can recommend the course.
Ive done breathwork before and studied wim off meditation and chakra breathing. I implemented my existing knowledge into the excerise and was very pleased by the results. My body is tingling anf illled with energy as Im typing this. Im overcome by a full body calm.
amazing course . you lead me to something that I always either neglected or tried to run away . now i am ready to accept my adhd and it's power
Yeah, its a good match, because I'm expecting to learn to turn my ADHD as a strength through meditation
I think that I was not clearly focussing on my dreams because all the time I found myself involved in doing other people's work .
I don't know but this guy is super amazing he went through all of the stuff which i'm facing right now, I hope this course will help me focus on things and goals which I have. Thank you brother making this video.
I have a mind that wanders and find it hard to focus but easy to procrastinate. Procrastination brings a sense of urgency that I need to complete tasks that I don't really want to do.