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About this Episode

As many of you know from listening to this podcast, or from the email I recently sent out, I’ve been dealing with the aftermath of a significant head injury that I suffered back in June.

The recovery process that I’ve had to undertake has required me to completely change my life in many ways, and one of those was the forced adoption of meditation.

Like you, I’ve always heard about the benefits of meditation, and I’ve made a few half-hearted attempts to adopt the practice in the past, but those attempts were always short-lived.

Five minutes felt like an eternity, and I spent the entire time wondering if I was doing it right.

Well, this injury finally forced me to pursue the practice of meditation as if it were my job.

Why?

Because consistent meditation for at least 20-30 minutes per day for at least 30 days, has been shown to help repair the brain.

So I had to dive in, but thankfully this time I around I found an amazing piece of technology that can teach you how to meditate like a monk.

It’s called the Muse headset, and today we’re joined by the founder of the company, Chris Aimone.

We’ll dive into the story of how Muse was invented, and how it works here in the show, but I’ll just say this…

It’s a game-changer.

I went from struggling to complete a five-minute session on my own, to effortlessly meditating every night for 30-40 minutes within a few weeks.

If you are stressed, if you are overworked, if you are dealing with anxiety, depression, or ADD, the Muse headset will absolutely change your life.

So without further ado, please help me welcome, Chris Aimone.

Resources:

ChooseMuse.com

Music:

Music by: Unknown Brain
Song: Waiting
Licensed under a Creative Commons License



About the Instructor

Chris Aimone Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer at Muse
I co-founded Muse® with an ethos to create technology that expands our perspective of ourselves and the world around us.

An artist and inventor at heart, my creative and design practice has spanned many fields, including architecture, augmented reality, computer vision, music and robotics. Looking to bring innovative new experiences to life, I have built installations for the Ontario Science Centre and contributed to major technology art projects featured around the world (including Burning Man).
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