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Mar 5, 2019

Emily Fletcher is an author and a leading expert in high performance meditation. She is also the creator of Ziva and the Ziva Technique—a powerful trifecta of mindfulness, meditation, and manifesting. The technique has several proven benefits including improved immune function, increased productivity, decreased stress and anxiety, deeper sleep, and extraordinary performance.

After founding Ziva in 2011 and opening an NYC studio, she also created the world’s first online meditation training. To date, she has helped over 15, 000 students meditate including Grammy, Emmy, Tony, and Oscar winners, Fortune 500 CEOs, NBA players, entrepreneurs, and even busy parents.

Hailed as one of the top 100 women in wellness to watch, she has also spoken on meditation for performance at numerous global corporations including Barclays Bank, Google, and Viacom. In her book Stress Less Accomplish More, Emily shared how to use mindfulness, meditation, and manifesting to improve health, clarity, personal and professional performance, and even sleep.

 

This week’s episode talks about the “I’ll be happy when” syndrome, what happens when one meditates, and why it’s important to soften the grip on one’s desires.

Emily also discusses the difference between mindfulness and meditation, how to gauge if one’s meditation practice is working, and how one can start manifesting.

Emily highlights the significance of meditation by saying, “We meditate to get good at life, not to get good at meditation.”

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