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Sarah McLean – Meditation and Your Heart’s Desires
She’s been featured in the New York Times and Phoenix Woman magazine calls her “an inspirational and dynamic teacher.” Sarah’s been speaking and writing about stress reduction and mind/body health since the early 90’s.
She was the founding education director of Deepak Chopra’s mind-body health center, and today is the director of the Sedona Meditation Training Company in mystical Sedona, Arizona. There people travel from all over the world ot experience the programs she designs and delivers to discover meditation, reduce stress and discover who they really are.
Sarah’s experience with world spiritual and cultural traditions is vast: along with her 21-year meditation practice, and working with Deepak Chopra for 8 years, she’s been a 2-year resident in a Zen Buddhist monastery, lived in an ashram in India, taught English to Tibetan Buddhist nuns in Dharamsala, bicycled along the silk route through Pakistan, meditated in temples in Thailand and Japan, and trekked the golden triangle in Asia. She worked for Gary Zukav, author of Seat of the Soul, and Byron Katie as the director for the School for the Work. She was even a medic in the US Army trained to treat soldiers for post-traumatic stress disorder.
She’s a sought-after presenter and trainer on the subjects of stress-reduction, meditation, and self-improvement. She has been featured in two films this year, Tapping the Source, and Sacred Journey of the Heart. Sarah has published dozens of articles in a variety of health publications nationwide and is the author of the forthcoming book, Meditate: A Key to Living a Great Life.
Her stress reduction CD has gotten rave reviews on Amazon.com. You find her many free meditation downloads and videos at her webstie at www.sedonameditation.com or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.