People from all over the world, in all walks of life, are coping better with their lives through the simple method of Acem Meditation. What do they say?

Increased self confidence

 Benjamin Kartal is an air traffic controller from Germany. He has a stressful job, and always need to think plan A, B, C and D.

“Training my free mental attitude in meditation enhances my ability to tune in and adapt to new situations. Meditation reduces the emotional energy drain my work would otherwise have led to".

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Like Magic

 Mercedes Ozuna works at the project management office of Metropolitan Transport Authority in New York City.

 "If I hadn’t meditated, I wouldn’t have had the necessary self-confidence, but last autumn I applied for a promotion at work. I didn’t have the courage to do such things before, but have developed more trust in myself."

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This is for me!

 It took time before Elia Camacho decided to learn mediation, but once she had started she dived in.

Within a few weeks I saw positive changes and understood that this was a good method. I could see the effects both in myself and others. Those who meditated seemed to have something genuine in common that I truly liked. It made me more interested, and I was certain: this is for me.”

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Meditation, poetry and silence

 Jane Li-chuan Han use mediation for relaxation, for sleep and more: “To me, the best part of Acem Meditation is that it helps me come back to the center of myself, and then I can calm down more easily”.

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Another kind of dialogue

Simon Bihagen is now 25 years old, a social worker in his hometown Uppsala in Sweden. When he learned to meditate five years ago he imagined he would be able to get rid of all the thoughts that bothered him, Instead he learned to live with their presence, 

“What now interests me most about Acem Meditation is the way it stimulates personal development. This was completely unexpected. I have become much more open, both inwards and towards other people.”

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