The challenge most people encounter when meditating is they have difficulty resting their mind.
The mind that's unable to rest is the mind of the false self.
The false self eternally feels separate, disconnected, and threatened and as a result, insecure, anxious and offended.
Reminding people of and connecting them to their True nature, the Self that's inherently peaceful, free, secure, and stable, fundamentally solves this problem.
Instead of trying to rest, I connect them to the part of themselves that's already at rest.
This shifts the meditation from control (I have to stop thinking) to surrender (allowing myself to come into alignment with my Truth).
Sure, it takes a little practice letting go of egoic attachments, replaying past hurts and competing and comparing but knowing there's a Self that's naturally resting deep to all of your superficiality enables you to trust the process.
"The planet does not need more "successful people." The planet desperately needs more peacemakers, healers, restorers, storytellers, and lovers of all kind." Dalai Lama