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Meditating by the Pool


Explore the benefits of EcoMeditation.

Free 22-minute guided mediations offered with or without music and with a female or male voice.

You will be guided through the practice and feeling of letting go of anything and everything that stands between you and INNER PEACE.  


In just a few days, many people experience extraordinarily high levels of Gamma Synchrony in their brain. (1)


Repeated EcoMeditations has been proven to reduce pain by an average of 18-43%, depression by 16-32% and anxiety by 23-26%. (2,3)

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male voice - with music
00:00 / 22:02
male voice - without music
00:00 / 22:00
female voice - with music
00:00 / 20:07
female voice - without music
00:00 / 20:07

EcoMeditation is a non-pharmacological therapeutic approach developed by Dawson Church. Dawson is a journal editor, researcher, international lecturer, and author of several award-winning science books including his best-sellers Mind to Matter and Bliss Brain: The Neuroscience of Remodeling Your Brain for Resilience, Creativity, and Joy. It is used to promote health and well-being, involving four evidence-based techniques: The Quick Coherence Technique for regulating heart rate variability (HRV), Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT), mindfulness, and neurofeedback.

Research studies published in peer reviewed professional journals have validated the remarkable benefits of EcoMeditation.


  1. Pennington, J., Sabot, D., & Church, D. (2019). EcoMeditation and EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) produce elevated brainwave patterns and states of consciousness. Energy Psycholology: Theory, Research, and Treatment, 11(1).

  2. Groesbeck, G., Bach, D., Stapleton, P., Blickheuser, K., Church, D., & Sims, R. (2017). The interrelated physiological and psychological effects of EcoMeditation. Journal of Evidence-Based Integrative Medicine, 23, 1-6.

  3. Church, D., Stapleton, P., & Sabot, D. (2020). Brief EcoMeditation associated with psychological improvements: a preliminary study. Global Advances in Health and Medicine, 9, 2164956120984142.

Frontiers in Psychology
global advances journal
integr medicine journal
energy psych journal
Dawson Church tapping

How It Works


Not to worry, at the beginning of the EcoMeditations, you will be guided through this process.

Image: Dawson Church showing tapping points

1.  Hold the intention that you are in a calm & peaceful state. Nothing matters except the gift of undisturbed time you are now giving yourself. Allow yourself to be fully present.

2.  You will be guided to become aware of your breathing, then cross your hands over your heart. You then use your fingertips to tap lightly on the side of your hand.

3.  As you tap, "I now release anything and everything that stands between me and inner peace."

4.  Switch hands, tap again, "I now release anything in my mind, anything in my heart, anything in my body, that stands between me and inner peace."  Stop tapping & relax your hands.

You will be guided to do the following.

Close your eyes and let your tongue be relaxed on the floor of your mouth.

Feel (sense) the space inside your feet, hands, arms, torso, head...

Picture the big empty space behind your eyes.

If any thoughts arise during this meditation, simply let them go like clouds across the sky. 


Imagine your breath flowing in and out through your heart. 6 seconds in and 6 seconds out.


Notice how relaxed your tongue is on the floor of your mouth. Notice the big empty space behind your eyes.


Feel the beautiful loving energy in the center of your chest.


Imagine a beam of energy connecting out from your body to a person or place that makes you feel wonderful. 


Breathe through your heart, 6 seconds in and 6 seconds out.


Notice the energy beam connecting your heart with theirs.

beam of light

Gently bring the beam of your love energy back into your physical chest.


Send a beam of that love energy to any part of your body that is uncomfortable, sick, or in pain. Feel it absorbing that love.


As you end the meditation, feel the space inside your body. Gently open your eyes and notice what is around you. Remember you can choose to feel this good.

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