After reading that title you may be thinking, "Meditating while driving? That's crazy!" You are probably envisioning someone trying to drive a vehicle with their eyes closed, seated in the lotus position and chanting mantras, while trying to form appropriate mudras with their hands. That is the typical experience most people think of when they hear the word "meditation".
Driving meditation, also called mindful driving, is a totally different animal. Many types of meditation simply ask you to be mindful of your present experience. This means open your mind and all of your senses to everything that is going on around you.
Doesn't this sound like the perfect recipe for safe driving? How many hours a day or a week do you spend behind the wheel of your car? Instead of considering this as wasted, stressful time, why not use it as a chance to practice mindfulness?
Within this package you will find the following modules: