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Marcus Nobreus, Co-creator of the Be Still App

My goal has become to show others that meditation and mindful living is easily attainable and accessible for everyone. 

My name is Marcus Nobreus and about ten years ago I was given the gift of accessing my inner silence. In 2009 I had an experience with the realm of Stillness and Absolute Silence. Since then I have been fortunate enough to fine tune and expand my spiritual life and awareness, which resulted in weekly Happy Talks and Meditations online, which in turn became the Be Still App. 

 

I have been a spiritual seeker and a creative person my whole life and slowly different experiences of both a positive and negative nature lead me to a place of insight and centeredness. Having had this experience I began to share it with others and now You can find the results in the App.

  • Reiki Level I 

  • Reiki Level II

  • Reiki Master Level

Certificates:

Shawna Horns Pettigrew, Co-creator of the Be Still App 

My story into spiritual healing, guidance and the importance of meditation

began when I lost my husband of 36 years.

He passed away due to a heart attack while we were on a very nice and peaceful bike ride.

Yes he was gone. And I witnessed his leaving.

I don’t remember much of those first few months after he left. It was a pretty foggy existence. 

 

A few months into my fog Marcus entered into my life and he introduced me to meditation.

One of the first and most important lessons he taught me and is still teaching me is, past is in the past, it can’t be changed, the future hasn’t happened yet, so all we have is the present.  Stay in the present. Nothing to be worried about or regret here!

Another essential ongoing lesson is the practice of meditation.  In the first few months after my husband passed away silence and stillness were my enemy, I ran from them. Now I’m learning the importance and benefits of stillness and quieting the mind. I’m learning how to navigate my grieving.

I can’t change the past or be responsible for my husband’s death.  I shouldn’t worry about the future so much, it hasn’t happened yet. And I should enjoy the present.

And yes it’s a pretty calming sitting here in the present.

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