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21-Day Marriage Transformation is a multi-media course designed to teach scientifically proven stress-reduction skills using mindfulness meditation.
If you're the kind of person that thinks "meditation isn't for me," or more frankly, you think it's all bullshit, please keep reading.
In the 1940s, if you told someone you were going running, they might have asked, "Who's chasing you?"
Then what happened? The scientists flooded us with hard evidence that proved the benefits of excercise. Now, we all do it, or feel guilty about not doing it.
At this moment, mindfulness is where exercise was decades ago. The scientific evidence just keeps piling up, showing how effective just a small amount of meditation is for the body, mind, and personal relationships. It's been embraced by some surprising people, including the U.S. Marines, corporate executives, and elite athletes and performers.
Main Objective of 21-Day Marriage Transformation
This course teaches you how to use mindfulness—which is a mental habit of pausing to pay close attention to bodily sensations, feelings, or thoughts, without reacting to them—to change how you percieve and feel toward your partner.
The normal wear-and-tear of juggling a busy life with maintaining a close and intimate relationship is bound to cause you emotional pain at some point in your marriage. Partners in a successful relationship know how to "not sweat the small stuff," and carefully chip away at the not-so-small-stuff without shaming, criticizing or ignoring their partner's needs in order to change them. But normal feelings like anger, disappointment, jealousy, or hopelessness can weigh you down, causing you to look at your partner through a narrow and fearful lens.
The daily meditations in 21-Day Marriage Transformation are specifically tailored to help you become less reactive, more confident, more creative and more courageous with your partner. This course will help you reverse automatic mental habits that are ineffective at eliciting openness and receptivity from your partner such as blaming, criticism, avoidance, and defensiveness.
Intended for use as a solo activity, partners who participate together will especially reap the benefits of exercises that will improve communication and empathy.