30 minute guided meditations

Top tips for dealing with unreasonable people

5 sessions with Jeff Simm

Ever had one of those days when everybody else has one ambition – to get seriously on your nerves? Or maybe it’s nearly every day when certain people seem bent on making your life unpleasant? If not, you are fortunate indeed.

But we can make ourselves fortunate. That is this week’s meditation challenge.

We can’t get rid of everybody. Or often even just one person. We can’t make them disappear physically but we can reduce our own ability to get annoyed or upset. 

We can eliminate their negative impact on our lives. 

If we don’t like someone, we can change our mind. It’s much easier. 

How? In five step-by-step meditations.

Meditation 1. Don’t mistake your own feelings for reality

Meditation 2. Difficult people are just confused good people being difficult 

Meditation 3. Don’t box yourself in 

Meditation 4. We have more in common than we think

Meditation 5. Stop your mind picking fights it can’t win

30 minute meditations

How will this work?

A link will be sent to your email address the night before each day’s meditation so that you can begin your meditation the next morning at the time that suits you best, or at any time that day.
The links will remain valid for five days.
If you don’t receive an email, please check your junk folder, as it may have landed there!

Price: £21 for 5 day challenge (free for members)

The teacher

Jeff Simm is a long time practitioner and meditation teacher based in Manchester. He has taught meditation for over 20 years.

He has a diploma in psychotherapy and counselling, as well as a doctorate from Manchester Business School.

He spent 15 years as a senior project manager for a criminal justice reform organisation, addressing issues such as racism, mental health and educational disadvantage.

If you live closer to Glasgow or Aberdeen or Dumfries please visit our sister centres for online classes in other parts of Scotland.

Thank you so much for your wonderful teachings. I really look forward to them.
Thank you from the bottom of my heart for these opportunities to hear and listen and be encouraged to contemplate and engage in these teachings.