Everyday bliss; Two words that really appealed to me the first time I looked at it.
Appealing why? Let’s just say that I'm having a pretty big family event soon, and I'm the one who plans it.
Combine that with my daily chores, my personal goals, keeping relationships good, and my job, I was always stressed and under pressure, to say the least.
And, um, I had a few meltdowns because I just couldn’t handle it.
Now, when I first looked at the program by Paul McKenna, it includes some kind meditation.
I’m never the type that meditates and take some time not to think about anything. But since I really need to relax, I decided to give it a try.
I revisited the Mindvalley site and watched the free masterclass.
Suffice to say, I was interested and wanted to learn more, and I did.
So, I’m gonna share my journey so far and what I've learned or got after trying/doing the hypnosis for stress program for more than 2 weeks.
The thing about stress
In the free masterclass and some classes, Paul McKenna said that most modern humans are addicted to the state of being busy and (eventually) the flight or fight response.
I think he’s right. If we take a look at the times now, most of us want to be productive all the time.
When we’re not productive, we feel guilty either to ourselves or perhaps the society. We feel like we’re not doing enough, but we rarely have the time for ourselves.
Somebody once told me that the younger generation today have high expectations, standards, and goals.
If we can’t reach those, we feel left out or kinda defeated.
It gets worse with headlines like “Success Before 30” or “Below 30 and Already Rich”.
So even when we have a day off, we don’t truly relax and still find some things to do so that we feel like we’ve been productive or have achieved something.
The intention is not always bad, though.
I'm actually like this–I never have time to really relax because I’ve set goals so that I can be someone I myself admire.
But as a result, I kept trying to push myself harder and I had frequent episodes of burnout because of that.
Honestly, I was tense most of the time and so irritable, exacerbated by my upcoming event and PMS (the beginning of it). I felt like I couldn’t heartily laugh or feel really happy.
Busyholism and workaholism
Everyday Bliss talks a lot about busyholism—a new word that means liking the state of being busy just for the sake of it.
Workaholism is another thing, but they’re within the same family.
Both make people have difficulty detaching from them and feel frustration when they can’t work or be busy.
According to a 2012 review, workaholics experience negative life outcomes like high perceived stress, low self-esteem, low life satisfaction, difficulties sleeping, poor performance, bad health, burnout, and career dissatisfaction.
Some other effects of workaholism include sleep problems and exhaustion, which lead to high blood pressure, anxiety & depression, physical pain, and slightly worse social and role function.
Simply put, people who can’t live without being busy are susceptible to stress and it can result in a lot of negative impacts
It's really not easy for them to just relax and let go, and they need guidance to be able to do that. That’s why Paul McKenna and Mindvalley offer this program.
Everyday Bliss? What’s it about?
Basically, it's a 3-week program that focuses on relaxation techniques, one of which through hypnosis for anxiety.
Each session where Paul McKenna guides us through the stress-be-gone methods takes just about 10 – 15 minutes or less.
It aims to make us more resilient to stress in a way that we just don’t brush it off, but calmly take care of it until we can forget about stress at all.
It's not that stress is bad. He wants us to be able to stay in relaxed alert state and think clearly.
Everyday bliss wants us to know how to stay calm and productive even in the most chaotic situations possible without feeling helpless and pressured.
And if you’re all about positivity, this program includes that too through some of its relaxation methods.
The single hypnosis for stress program costs $399 and you’ll get access to it on all devices. Now hang on, don’t walk away, don’t close this tab/browser just yet!
For a single program, it is expensive. You can pay in 3 installments, but it becomes even more pricey ($149 for a total $447).
Watch the whole free masterclass from the start until the end, and you’ll get a discount
There's another way to make it cheaper too. Join the membership for $499/year and you get the entire vault of programs that you can learn from, expanding your wisdom whenever wherever.
You may say that even with discount, it’s still not pocket-friendly. That may be true, but I'll show you why it can be worth the money you’ll have spent
Inside the program
Alright, as I mentioned before, the total program takes 21 days or three weeks, each session takes less than 15 minutes.
The program’s going to ask your goals and write them down so that at the end, you’ll know your progress.
First week is all about relaxation techniques. Paul McKenna shares every type of methods he knows so that we can decide on the one(s) most effective for us.
Second week revolves around worry, problems, unpleasant memories and how manage it, calmly find solutions, and detach ourselves from the bad memories.
Third week—where I'm at—is about how to motivate ourselves, focus on self-positivity, and eventually how to find everyday bliss.
In each session, usually we get 2 to 3 types of task after listening to the class: 1st is related to the class, 2nd is sharing our stories to the community, 3rd is listening to the hypnotic trance.
When you've finished the tasks, check them all to get a sense of accomplishment
Also, you can discuss what you've learned on the discussion tab.
On the last day of the week, it’s sort of a holiday.
That day, you have the chance to do the classes you missed. Otherwise, you can watch or listen to live call session and learn from other people’s experience.
You’ll also get community access, effective relaxation methods, and the ability to replay everything whenever we need it.
Yeah, we can replay all Everyday Bliss classes including the three warm up sessions (although you only need to replay one—the hypnotic trance).
Overall, the program is really helpful and it doesn’t focus on meditating only because we also learn the more practical things as we progress.
Per Mindvalley's website, one of the bonuses we're gonna get from Everyday Bliss is the live chat sessions with Paul McKenna.
May not sound exciting for you, but remember that we get to learn from other people's experience, which is always nice.
Sometimes, we know that we're not alone through those sessions.
The other bonuses are the techniques, which I don't think are actually bonuses because they're inside the program, and the hypnotic trance audio.
I personally like the hypnotic trance because it's like a guided meditation and it's relaxing.
Who’s Paul McKenna?
He’s a well-known British hypnotist and a renowned author of self-help books. He used to work for radio stations until he became interested in hypnosis.
According to this story, he used to be stress-driven and couldn’t relax due to busy culture (and it was decades ago, I mean gosh some things just never change).
Paul McKenna was interested in it initially for his own self-development.
But as he was deeper in it, he discovered that he could use it to help others
His journey started there, and he’s now a famed hypnotist who’s helped a lot of people. I mean, his clientele includes big names like Ellen DeGeneres.
Simply put, he’s not just some hypnotists from the street that you need to do a thorough research on.
It's also not hard to find some information about him, I got his brief history through Wikipedia.
He was featured in big shows as well, like Dr. Oz, Ellen, and This Morning. You can look them all up on , they're there.
And apparently, he’s got some not-so-good hit pieces about him too, but I'm not gonna talk about that.
The British tabloids, like any other tabloids, talk about rather privacy-invading stuff to squeeze money out of us commoners.
Besides, we’re here to learn from him, not his personal life, aren’t we?
Oh, one thing you should know, he used to be famous for his hypnosis for entertainment purposes.
You know, the ones like making people act silly to make other people laugh.
Hang on, am I gonna be unconscious and do silly things?
My sister told me I danced like a true ballerina under Paul McKenna’s hypnosis and I did it unconsciously + without training.
Kidding. Of course not. If you’ve watched the free master class, you know that this didn't happen to Vishen Lakhiani as well.
When it comes to the program’s hypnosis for stress, what we really learn is how to relax completely.
I don’t know if it’s self-hypnosis, but I know that Everyday Bliss teaches us to calm ourselves when we need it and we’re gonna worry or stress out less than before.
What if I don’t like it?
If, within 15 days, you find that you dislike the program and are not satisfied with it, take advantage of its money-back guarantee.
It goes both to your membership or if you choose to purchase a single program.
According to Mindvalley, simply send them your refund request.
That way, you basically have sort of a free trial, and you have nothing to lose.
Trying Everyday Bliss for 2+ weeks (journal & result)
As I’ve mentioned before, I'm in my third week of Everyday Bliss, and it’s been good.
I personally believe in this program because on the free masterclass, I've learned about a hypnosis for anxiety technique which reduced a huge chunk of my stress.
For me, the classes are pretty insightful, not to mention relaxing. I've learned a lot, really, and I'm not exaggerating.
My confession is that sometimes I don’t do some actions/tasks because I forget—I've been busy over the course of doing this program.
And, I notice that even though I'm still prone to stress (because I take care of a lot of stuff recently), I'm not as bad as before.*
Before means I’m-so-stressed-I-want-to-pull-my-hair-and-cry-my-lungs-out level.
Lately, it’s come down to I-sometimes-yell-and-snarl level.
Moreover, I was also in my PMS week and I'm surprised that I can stay calm most of the time (later in the PMS week, that is).
This cycle’s been pretty rough on me but I haven’t completely lost my cool like before.
So I'm not entirely sure. I think I've changed a bit. Maybe I'm still not calm all the time because I’ve missed some tasks, including listening to hypnotic trance.
But I think I'm getting ahead of myself. I’ll share with you my journal to let you know more about my personal experience.
Day 1 – 4
My first day started a day or two after I listened to the free masterclass, which was great, IMO. I wrote down my intentions/goals as asked.
Something I discovered about myself is that I was so used to being fast-paced that I got so impatient at the beginning of Everyday Bliss
There was nothing of significance on day 2 other than I noticed that my heartbeat didn’t slow down at all during the hypnotic trance.
I like the topic on 3rd day which is about us humans being so busy all the time and have become dependent on it.
The hypnosis for stress here is also quick and systematic (from eyes to feet to mind).
Also, I had doubts because right after the session/trance, I could bounce back to my mind-racing state easily.
Really, I thought the hypnotic for anxiety stuff didn’t work, but I kept going, thinking that maybe I did something wrong.
On day 4, I laughed when I tried to do the relaxation method because I felt silly, but I became relaxed.
Because I was relaxed, I was able to feel like I was floating in Paul McKenna’s trance session.
Probably the technique really helped, or probably because I was petting my baby cat who came and sat on my belly.
Nonetheless, I felt there was a change. I started to appreciate myself and liked some little joys after.
It was kind of weird because I’m not the type that does those (I criticize myself harshly and I ignore little joys), but if it was going to improve me, why not?
Day 5 – 7
Day 5 of Everyday Bliss teaches us how to do a technique which you’re going to learn already in the free masterclass.
And for me, it’s pretty effective—it's my 2nd favorite method, in fact. That's why I was interested in the entire program.
This hypnosis for stress can really calm me. It's in the second rank because I need to sit back, make sounds, and I visibly need to take a moment for myself.
If I'm alone, that’s fine. But what if I'm in the middle of a serious meeting? This one’s not ideal in social situations, hence the second place.
The next day is when Paul McKenna taught me my favorite technique because I can be discreet.
Moreover, when I tried this, I really could imagine the things that make me relax and feel good—stroking my oldest cat while she’s purring and kneading, which is something rare.
Seventh day is where we can review and do the tasks we’ve missed or watch/listen to the live chat
I like it. It answers so many questions I have but don’t bother to ask in the community page. I'm not a community person, so I simply read/browse.
There, I found out that it’s okay to sleep during the trance.
Thank god, because I dozed off or straight up slept on some sessions and had felt bad.
Day 8 of Everyday Bliss
Maybe my auditory senses are not strong, so the technique on day 8 didn’t really work for me. I repeated it, per the task, but I still couldn’t grasp it.
Let's just say that this is my least preferred way to calm down.
Basically, this day talks about internal voice and how our own voice can be damaging for our psyche. I do have it, but it’s always like a thought instead of judging or criticizing myself.
Now, I am my own biggest critic. But never have my internal voice said “Your writing sucks!” or “Oh my, look who’s just got some new pimples today!”
It’s more of a “What the heck did I just write?” or “Dang it, I got some new pimples again” but it always ends with me trying to improve it, saying “Oh well”.
So when this Everyday Bliss class wants me to change my internal voice, I was really confused. It’s not harsh in the first place.
Plus, Paul McKenna kind of taught me to say “All is well” to myself out loud.
I can’t do that. I had to change the mantra to “I can get through this” or something like that.
The reason why I can’t do “All is well” is because it’s not reassuring at all to me.
Saying those words, then believing it, and then finding out that everything’s going sideways will only lead to my further frustration.
That's just me, though. Maybe it works for others. I didn’t check the community page for this. Probably the answer’s there.
Day 9 – 13
I like that day 9 to 11 are more pragmatic (dealing with practical stuff we need on everyday life).
They’re not just about hypnosis for anxiety, but ways to solve problems.
Essentially, those three days taught me to be calm and relaxed first before trying to find solutions.
Instead of worrying about the worst possible outcomes, we should focus on giving what-can-we-dos to each.
These days taught me that thoughts are just thoughts, and should anything happened outside our control, just let it be.
We can’t be in constant states of worry and stress, so the pragmatic approaches on day 9 – 11 may be able to help us.
My mind still raced at night over the course of these three days, but I think it was because I had a lot to do and my thoughts just branched everywhere.
On day 12 and 13, I had a little bit of difficulty because Paul McKenna wants us to imagine floating further back, looking at the back of our own head.
Since I can’t see the back of my own head, it was challenging to imagine that. I had to repeat this hypnosis for stress method to little success.
But, the good thing on the 13th day teaches us to imagine things backward, sometimes with a fast rewind.
That was fun. I managed to take the bad memory a bit lightly.
Everyday Bliss day 14 – 16
I watched the live call on day 14 and just like before, I could learn from other people’s experience and difficulties.
It was nice knowing that I was not the only one who had a hard time imagining jumping backward and looking at the back of our own head.
Day 15 was again more to the practical approach, resulting in me deciding what to do in order to make me achieve more by doing less.
Honestly, I like the concept of day 16 because it talks about how humor and laughter (even the fake one) can help us relax.
But, it went back to doing the hypnosis for anxiety method on day 6. I thought I was getting a lesson on how to find my sense of humor back whenever I'm stressed.
And, Paul McKenna wanted me to teach it to one person. I'd be more than happy to do that, it’s rather easy.
The big however is, I believe that unless some stressed out people want me to teach them how to do it, I can’t just teach it.
People around me are skeptics and so used to the busy, fast-paced life.
They believe that holiday’s the only one that makes them relax, although they can’t exactly relax on holidays
Getting to this level didn’t happen instantly for me, and Paul wants me to just teach it to another person? I don’t think so. I’ll be wasting my time.
And right now, I need all the time I have. Sorry, Paul.
Day 17 – ongoing
It's funny because on day 17 of Everyday Bliss, Paul said that exercise is important for our mental health.
I do exercise routinely, but when I was on my PMS, I was so unmotivated to work out.
So on day 17, I learned how to do a similar method like day 6, with a purpose to motivate myself to sweat and burn some calories.
Yeah, it worked. A little bit. Because after listening to the hypnotic trance right after the class, I just wanted to lie down. My mistake
But, I was motivated to push myself harder and lifted a bit heavier than usual, and I did. My arms and shoulders were so sore the next day.
On day 18, I learned about appreciating and focusing on little joys again, but with an anchor.
Never thought I'd say this, but I liked this session. I hoped that I'd focus on right kind of positivity so that I can always be relaxed but alert in the future.
As I said, I'm in my third week and don’t plan to stop attending the classes because I find them all interesting and I’ve learned a lot of things so far.
Unfortunately, I can’t show you the full result of my hypnosis for anxiety journey for an obvious reason: I haven’t completed the program.
So what's my result?
Well, I believe that Everyday Bliss has changed me in a positive way.
Like I mentioned, I had my doubts about this program, particularly when I read that one of the outcomes are to be more positive.
Now, I absolutely don't mind people who are all about positivity, but I know that it can be toxic, and I don't want that.
Thankfully, Paul McKenna doesn't want us to be in that level.
And after doing it for almost 3 weeks, I feel like I'm more relaxed.
I still worry, and as I said I'm still prone to stress, but they don't overwhelm me like before. I acknowledge them, but I can make myself feel better.*
I've learned more than one relaxation techniques and now I know how to relax or feel good.
Seriously, I was in my late PMS week and I was surprised knowing I wasn't as irritable as my previous cycles. And I was particularly busy during PMS. I mean, wow.
Then, I'm glad that I can now appreciate the little things in my life that bring me joy or make me feel good.
Before, I'd chuckle, laugh a bit, and smile, but then I shrug it off because I felt like I should be serious and focused for my tasks.
Thanks to this program, I can enjoy the little joys but I don't feel like I need to go back to being serious and tense.
Moreover, I feel a tad more confident (this is a deep-rooted problem of mine it's hard to change it) and I have a more positive mindset than before.
People who’ve tried Everyday Bliss said…
There are plenty of testimonials from all kinds of people that you can find on this program’s Mindvalley page.
Just to be neutral, I tried to find reviews outside of Mindvalley and found some.
There are some negative reviews out there, but they’re for the Mindvalley itself, not for Everyday Bliss. So, I'm not including those here.
Seems like Paul McKenna’s program has helped a lot of people, which is a good thing.
What I think about the program
Keep in mind that I haven’t finished the whole program, so don’t just take my word for it.
So far, I'm liking Everyday Bliss. I particularly like the fact that it teaches us the pragmatic side too, as opposed to meditating all the time.
Speaking of meditation, I used to be really skeptical of it. I really thought it doesn’t do a thing, but I’m now glad to know I was wrong.
Probably because the meditation here is a baby step, not the deep/real one. Nonetheless, I like it this way because Paul guides us through it.
Insights from Paul McKenna are also interesting. I feel like I'm in a university class listening to an interesting, a bit unorthodox lecture.
I agree with his notion that we live in an era where everything’s so fast-paced and busy now that we’ve become dependent on it.
That's why I talk about this on my first headline. It opened my eyes, really.
To think that I'd been doing all that stuff without realizing it and I’d damaged my body as a result (also not realizing it)?
And here I’d often wondered why I look older, have thinner hair, and a lot of grey hair even though I do intermittent fasting and exercise regularly (I’m not even 30).
Turns out that constant stress had been the reason. Stress ages us, people. This 2014 study vouches for that.
And I read somewhere (don’t remember the site, sorry) that once stress has damaged our body, like aging, it’s irreversible most of the time
Seems like I have to kiss my face and hair of youth goodbye. Oh well, there’s always time to change.
The good stuff
- First and foremost, Paul McKenna’s accent. I love it during the class and the hypnotic trance.
It's a cliché to say that English accent sounds better, but I think I could feel more relaxed because of his accent. Guilty as charged!
And no, I don't think it’s sexy like what Vishen said in the free masterclass. It’s kinda posh and smooth, so it’s easier to listen to.
- Additionally, Paul’s classes are easy to understand. It wasn't hard for me to learn his methods (the challenges I had came from myself).
- We know a thing or two about effective hypnosis for stress techniques in the free masterclass. I mean, really, it’s a huge plus point for me.
And hey, finishing the masterclass means special price. It’s a win-win!
- The structure. We first learn about all relaxation methods, memorize them, and use them to de-stress.
Then we move on to problem solving and all that practical approaches I mentioned earlier. I think it’s neat
- There are many choices of hypnosis for anxiety methods and we can decide which is best for us.
Despite the schedule and all, we can actually finish this program at our own pace. So we don’t need to rush.
- Sometimes, Everyday Bliss is also about inspirational and motivational sessions too.
While I'm not exactly a fan, it’s not overdone so I can still enjoy them.
- During the webinars, he’s willing to directly connect to the participants and he tries to help them all the best he can And I appreciate that.
- Paul doesn’t want us to have toxic positivity, which I really like.
Some improvement maybe?
- Some topics in the free masterclass and warm up sessions are so similar.
With that in mind, I think some classes have the same topic/material just with different perspective.
This happens in real university subjects, so I get it. But to me it can feel a bit redundant.
- Sometimes Paul wants to help the ‘students' in his live chats, but because he’s keeping up with the time, he does it so quickly.
All that smooth accent I like? Poof! Gone. If I were in their place, I don’t think I'd feel relaxed or improved.
I don’t blame Paul, though. It's the short time.
- Then, in the free masterclass, Vishen said that the classes are short so it fits our busy skedge
He's not lying—the sessions are indeed short. But the tasks? Hypnotic trance is always included in the tasks and it’s 20+ minutes long.
Combine that with the other tasks which take some time. It can take a total of 30 minutes each day or more.
I'm not saying it’s a sham. I just don’t like how Vishen says short sessions as if they’re really true. Oh well. Marketing.
- While this is minor, I feel like it matters to me. Paul repeatedly talked about facts he knows from research. I want to know them and read them myself but there's no citations.
In my opinion, Mindvalley should ask him to give us citations to the research or scientific articles he mentions.
Not everybody reads it, but I do (due to my skeptical nature). I want to know if what Paul says is legit or not.
Should you try Everyday Bliss?
I think so, yeah. I’m not entirely sure, because each person’s reason is different.
Was that confusing? Let me elaborate.
Yes, I do think you should try Everyday Bliss when you’re overwhelmed by your daily activities or challenges and you’re stressed out because of it.
Or maybe you have scenarios playing in your head that makes you restless, anxious, and worried all the time.
And if you’ve been to the doctor and they said stress is the main cause, you can try this hypnosis for stress program and see if it helps.
Perhaps you’re like me, who simply wants to be more productive, have more quality sleep , and to be able relax so that I can work more efficiently.
If you are, I'm confident that you should try Paul McKenna’s program.
You may find that some methods don’t work for you, and that’s okay. Paul said that his techniques are not one-size-fits-all.
Find the ones most effective for you. I mean, in my journal I told you that I couldn’t find peace from some of the hypnosis for anxiety methods, didn’t I?
Above all, if everyday stress is something that you want to get rid of, I think this program may be able to help you, and you should give it a try.
In the end, I do recommend trying Everyday Bliss.
You are severely depressed or you have serious mental health or psychological issue(s).
Or, you have a medical condition(s) that puts you in mental health problems.
As much as I realize that Everyday Bliss is helpful, I don’t think it works for people with aforementioned conditions.
In his live chat sessions, Paul McKenna himself suggested that people with physical health issues should seek doctors’ help first before doing his program.
In Mindvalley’s FAQ section of this program, it’s implied that Paul’s classes are not for the ones with more serious types of stress.
Therefore, I can say that this hypnosis for anxiety program is not for everyone.
Furthermore, let me reiterate that I don’t think it’s a cure for depression and other significant psychological problems.
And please remember
That I haven’t finished the whole program, so I can’t give you the whole conclusion and talk about Everyday Bliss’ effects on me after I've completed it.
I'm not a person with severe, chronic or acute stress. Paul’s hypnosis for stress may work for me but not for people in that condition.
How does this compare to other stress relief programs?
Paul is one of the world’s leading experts on behavioral change – and his techniques go far beyond the average stress relief remedy or program.
The biggest difference in Paul’s approach is his focus on ‘reprogramming’ the mind and body to react differently to stress. This is the opposite of most band-aid stress relief solutions that attempt to remove stress only in the present moment.
Through Paul’s techniques, you enjoy permanent resilience against stress.
How does this compare to a one-on-one session with Paul McKenna?
It was Paul’s intention that the Everyday Bliss program be the next best thing to one-on-one coaching with him. Paul recently resigned from personal coaching to focus on mass outreach – and the intimate, interactive nature of this program is designed to give you the exact same results as a series of personal sessions with him (which would cost a whole lot more, if he was still offering them).
Can I complete the program at my own pace?
A Quest is designed to be experienced through daily micro-learning, and as a community – but it’s perfectly fine to also study the curriculum at your own pace. And yes, if you get busy on some days, it’s okay to pick up where you left off. What’s most important is your commitment and consistency in completing the entire process. When you join any program the lessons are available to you for life. So take your time.
My final word
Based on my own personal experience, I can say that Everyday Bliss has helped me relax and stay calm.*
In truth, I think I've changed, albeit not that much. Regardless, knowing how to calm down when I need it and solve problems the right way is really useful
Meditating or calming myself down with Paul McKenna’s hypnotic trance is gonna be something I try to routinely do from now, because it helps.
Furthermore, the program’s problem-solving and other pragmatic classes are something I'm going to apply on my daily life.
Although, like I said before, I think you should be at least not in the worst mental health to try this program.
Otherwise, if you’re stressed out or feel like you can’t handle hectic situations in your life or mind, it’s worth a try.
In the end, stress is not something that we should take lightly of because it can lead to many other problems.
I personally believe that we should love ourselves and others by taking care of our stress. Everyday Bliss is not the only way of course.
But, we’re doing the program with the help of a real pro and support from many who are going through similar experience.
If you’re still unsure and not so convinced, just watch the free masterclass and see where it goes from there.
It's totally free, and remember that you can get a special price for the program once you finish it. Plus, there's a 15-day money back guarantee.
Best of luck to you and hope you’ll be free from constant stress soon!
This review is based on a personal experience and therefore not a medical article.
It must be remembered that because I haven’t finished the whole program, my result and review will be different from the ones who have finished it.
Results vary from one person to another due to many factors, for example, one’s ability to imagine, do the tasks and meditation according to the program, and their mental state.
Everyday Bliss is not a cure for depression or other serious mental health problems. If you are in such condition, seek professional help first.
On similar note, if you have any underlying medical condition, consult your physician in advance.
Most importantly, do not do this program, particularly the hypnotic trance, when you’re driving or in any potentially dangerous situation.
Finally, there are no physical products from this program, but you can access it from your personal devices (computer, tablet, smartphone).
- Effective relaxation techniques that are easy to understand
- Good structure of the program or curriculum
- Guided meditation (good for newbies)
- Has its own community
- 15-day money back guarantee
- Great free masterclass
- Can be a bit pricey (for a single program)
- Not for people with serious types of stress or other severe mental health issues
- Can take more than 25 minutes each class