12 Day Meditation Challenge

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Consistency is the key to experiencing the results meditation has to offer

That’s why we’ve created this meditation challenge to help motivate you to not only get started but to stay consistent on your path towards inner peace.

Attend 12 days of meditation in your first month and win

200pts to be used towards The Peace Room store

How it works:

  1. Purchase any of our membership options here

  2. You will receive an email to join our PerkVille rewards program where you can track your points.

  3. You will receive a second email with a link to join The Peace Room’s Member Group where members provide each other with support and accountability.

  4. You show up and meditate. If you can, start with the “learn to Meditate Class”

The Peace Room Members Group

We believe that meditation and community are two wings of a bird when it come to mental health.

Our aim is to create a community where people can safely express their emotions, connect with other like-minded people and feel motivated to stick to their meditation practice.

Before you request to join our group, here are the community rules:

1. Be kind. We're all in this together to create a welcoming environment. Let's treat everyone with kindness. Bullying of any kind isn't allowed, and degrading comments about things like race, religion, culture, sexual orientation, gender or identity will not be tolerated.

2. No soliciting or spam. Self-promotion, spam and irrelevant links aren't allowed.

3. Express & recognize. We ask that you express your feelings as well as recognize someone else's feelings at least once a week in order to stay in the group. Self-expression along with meditation is a powerful combo. Share to the extent you are comfortable. If we see that you have not engaged in more than 3 weeks, you will be released from the group with love and gratitude.  

4. We are our own gurus. Much more effective than giving advice try to help others by giving your own personal experience on the topic or even better is to ask probing questions that makes the other person come to their own conclusion.

5. Respect each others privacy. Being part of this group requires mutual trust. Authentic, expressive discussions make groups great, but may also be sensitive and private. What's shared in the group should stay in the group. 

PS: We take the rules very seriously. Please don’t take it personal if you get released from the group.