The Simplest Secret to Peace and Happiness
A Workshop for Seniors
Most of us go through life on an emotional rollercoaster driven by events and circumstances.
We don’t notice something very basic and helpful, especially to seniors who can do fewer of things they once enjoyed, or are coping with serious illness:
No matter how upset you might feel about a situation, your health or life in general, something within you feels just fine.
If you’re feeling afraid, lonely or sad, something within you knows feel afraid, lonely or sad. But it’s none of those things. It’s just fine.
And for however long you effortlessly pay enough attention to and explore it – eyes open, alone or in any situation – you’ll feel just fine, too.
The more OFTEN you pay attention to and EXPLORE it, the more you will experience peace and happiness, and watch anxiety and stress fade away, even if you can’t get out of bed.
Many people think it takes decades of practicing mindfulness, meditation and Yoga to find it.
The truth is, it’s hiding in plain sight. It couldn’t be easier to locate. And what to do next is effortless.
In the Simplest Secret to Peace and Happiness Workshop for Seniors, I teach Reverse Mindfulness for Lasting Happiness. It is closely derived from a tradition with the same ancient roots as mindfulness.
But it's a minimalist approach that bypasses all mind/body practices and takes you straight to the source of lasting happiness and the essence of who you are. It's been working for centuries, helping people to:
- Attain lasting peace and happiness rapidly
- Experience inner peace and happiness regardless of your health or age
- Overcome anxiety and stress
- Deepen relationships and creat new ones
- Know that there is nothing to fear
Hi, I'm Bruce Corwin
In 2012, my mother had mid-stage Alzheimer’s when she died in her sleep, probably from a stroke.
I was devastated. She was my favorite person.
I’ll always remember the tender moments we shared the last few times I visited her, when she was forgetful but lucid.
Those visits reinforced how priceless every moment is, at any stage of life.
Read more about my background
Life in my teens and early 20s felt anything but priceless as I battled a brutal 10-year chronic illness.
Wellness and spirituality helped me overcome it. I was hooked.
For the next few decades, during my spare time, I immersed myself in various forms of meditation, mindfulness, yoga and positive psychology, and explored spiritual and religious traditions.
It didn’t “change my life,” but it helped me enjoy it more.
Until 2008, it was just a passionate hobby alongside my career as communications executive and a rich family life.
But that year, I had a mind-bending, spontaneous transformation while driving. The world seemed to blossom into vivid colors. I felt breathtaking peace and oneness with my surroundings.
Afterward, I realized that a lifelong, abnormal stress response in my heart had vanished. Even stranger, when I focused on an object, I felt a pressing sensation between my eyebrows (a significant location in some Eastern traditions) and that same peace and oneness. Everything accelerated after that. This passionate hobby became rewarding beyond my wildest dreams.
In 2017, I left Corporate America to share what I had learned as an executive coach and teacher. It felt more like a mandate from the Benevolent Universe than a career change.
In working with individuals and corporate clients, I realized that seniors could potentially benefit most of all from discovering and paying attention to what is always just fine within them.
I only wish I had learned it in time to teach it to my mom! But I dedicate this work to her.
These days,thanks largely to the simplest Yogic tradition from which the is derived, whenever I think I couldn’t possibly feel more fulfilled, happy and serene, it’s only a matter of time.
If you think this workshop might help the community you serve, I’d love to talk to you. Please click this button, and we’ll make it a date. Looking forward to it!