I healed 35 years severe anxiety, complex PTSD, and depression with 24 years serious daily meditation, but I don’t teach meditation. I teach what I learned from meditation.

I recommend meditation to all my clients, but it’s not absolutely necessary. If you approach it with the right attitude it can be very enjoyable. And you only need a few minutes a day. It was good for me because I didn’t have to dive deeply into every unhappy thought.

Meditation is about learning to control your thoughts. - Ken Lapp, from Ken Lapp Global Life Skills Inc.
I learned to be here now. When I was anxious I learned to float through my anxious thought. Whenever I had a depressing thought I would bring my attention back to the present moment, just what was happening right in front of me. When I did that there was never anything to be anxious or depressed about.

One of the major lessons I learned was how to live without fear. For the first 50 years of my life I was afraid of everything and everybody. The leader of a group therapy I went to in Vancouver called me “Mr. Fear”. Through meditation I found my personal power, so now I live without fear.

And I’ve learned to handle my power without being forceful or dominating, without being loud and aggressive. I don’t let anybody push me into something I don’t want to do, and yet I’m still gentle and kind, very good with people.

Human being’s normal state is happy and healthy. Learning to control my thoughts not only brought me good mental health, I became more capable at everything I did.

I became more of the person I always wanted to be.

Now I have confidence, strength of character, and self-esteem, and I provide a valuable service to others that I love doing. Before learning meditation in Vancouver I had so much anger bottled up inside I felt if I let it out I would level three city blocks. Now I live almost completely without anger. It’s a much more relaxing way to live.

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Kind regards,
Ken Lapp
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