Jere Friedman, J.D., M.A., CMMI, is an Employee of the Universe – with full benefits! Jere is a practicing attorney and a Certified Meditation and Mindfulness Instructor, having completed the 200-hour Meditation Teacher Academy at McLean Meditation Institute® in Sedona, AZ. Jere also holds a Masters’ degree in Spiritual Psychology from the University of Santa Monica, is a certified Soul Centered Coach, ordained minister, certified Breathwork Healer, and is considered one of the foremost gong players and sound healers in the world.
Jere teaches meditation and mindfulness, Spiritual Psychology, conscious leadership, spirituality, reclaiming your life from burnout, and related topics. As a coach, Jere supports his clients in transforming their lives physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. He also regularly facilitates public and private gongbaths and Breathwork + Gong Healing Journeys in the Phoenix/Scottsdale area as well as nationally and internationally. Jere is available for private and small-group sessions and does public speaking and leads classes, workshops, and retreats for the general public as well as in law firms and other corporate settings.
Jere has personally experienced the transformational rewards of reduced stress, increased inner peace and calm, enhanced relationships, improved focus and efficiency, heightened intuition, and living a more authentic life that become available when one adopts a daily meditation practice. Ask Jere – he’ll show you how easy it is to claim these benefits for yourself!
“As an attorney, I have experienced – and overcome – tremendous stress and burnout and I’ve witnessed many of my colleagues struggling with similar issues. For me, the real benefits of meditation come in the 23½ hours of the day that I’m not ‘sitting on the cushion.’ I am much more peaceful inside, more loving and compassionate with myself and others, and more focused on what is present in my life. And, when stressful things do come up, I’m better able to remain centered and respond to the situation instead of reacting.”