As you already know, I'm a big advocate of wellness and health, as well as organizational systems and business growth. Now, for some, these two worlds do not collide, but for me, they do perfectly. They've always had, and the way I've come to this equilibrium is by meditating.
My journey with meditation hasn't been steady nor easy. I've had moments in life where a sit is all I need to clear my mind in minutes. I've also had retreats of absolute solitude by the Sea that helped me make important life decisions. I've had long hours of lay in the quest of answers, but also many days where I can't manage to let go of my thoughts, quiet the mind and find presence in the moment. So, does this mean I don't know how to meditate? No, what it means is that I'm human, just like you. We live in cycles and there are times when our mind-body-spirit connection finds that peace easier than some others, that's all.
However, there are many students and clients of mine who battle with meditation. So, let's talk about the big elephant in the room. To meditate doesn't make you a better person. Also, there's no badge of honor for meditating hours a day, nor is there a trophy waiting for you when you come out of your sit.
Meditation, to meditate, is one more tool. That's all! It's a tool that in the form of practice can help you transform, grow and find clarity. Once the practice becomes a habit, it's stays with you forever.
Now here are 7 tips I've learned along these years that might help you establish a consistent meditation practice for good:
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