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Contributor Sarah McLean


Sarah  McLean
Sarah McLean
Best-selling author Debbie Ford calls Sarah McLean “the new face of mainstream meditation.” Her personal mission is to support and educate people seeking fulfilling lives, better health, inner peace, and self-awareness. As the founding director of the Sedona Meditation Training Company, Sarah teaches meditation and self-discovery retreats. She was the founding program director of Deepak Chopra’s mind-body health center and was among the first to be certified to teach meditation by Dr. Chopra. She has also served as a stress-reduction expert to such prominent organizations as Procter & Gamble; and she’s been featured in The New York Times, Phoenix Woman magazine, ABC, AOL, Spa magazine, and Organic Spa Magazine. When she’s not writing, teaching, or meditating, Sarah loves to hike the hills of Sedona with her husband and two rescued pups, Rudy and Gigi.



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6 Ways To Focus Your Attention And Be Happier The questions that follow are designed to illuminate your ability to manage your attention as you notice what you pay attention to, how you pay... Comments
How to Awaken The Mystic Within You Have you ever had a moment of a deep connectedness with creation –a mystical moment of transcendence and ecstasy? It might have been as you watched a... Comments
Get Soul-Centered Whether we are busy working moms, celebrities, judges, physicians or average Janes trying to make it in this world, we all want the same things:... Comments


Meditation For Heightened Awareness

Directing your awareness with intention.


The Power Of Attention
The Power Of Attention

What has your attention right now? Did you know that your freely given attention is the most powerful expression of love? When you’re in command of your attention, you are attuned to the field of

Soul-Centered Meditation
Soul-Centered Meditation

Sarah starts off the discussion by recounting her own journey of learning to meditate, before guiding listeners in an “inquiry process” to practice viewing things without preconceptions. S