Mindful meditation helps you organize your thoughts and become less reactive. Making difficult decisions easier to solve.
Take the thoughts circling in your mind and put them on paper where you can review them without judgement.
Focusing inward helps you spot the small things that make you happy. Letting other frustrating details roll off your back.
Observe: Connecting to your senses.
Breath: Controlling your energy.
Meaning: Recognizing your emotions.
Integration: Practicing in the real world.
Each day used to be a blur for me. But when I learned how to set an intention for what I wanted from the day, my days began to be filled with moments of growth, learning, and laughter.
I felt I had no time to do anything like this, but 15 minutes is so easy to add to my morning, especially now. I’m looking forward to tomorrow morning, which isn't something I was able to say a couple of weeks ago.
Frequently Asked Questions
My mornings are always so busy, I don’t think I would have time to do this course. Can I do the meditations in the evening?
I get it, mornings are hard! If you can’t find a way to take an extra 15 minutes for yourself each morning, then try to find a consistent time during the day or evening that you can stick to. The important thing is to be consistent!
I’ve tried meditating before and I don’t really like it. It’s like my mind is always going non-stop and I can’t relax.
This is totally normal! One misconception about meditation is that it’s about stopping your mind or eliminating your thoughts. The very opposite is true. The 21-day course is designed to ease into the different stages of meditation while covering all the basics. Whether you’re a beginner or seasoned meditator you’ll find something that works for you!
I’ve heard so many people talk about the benefits of journaling but it honestly feels silly whenever I try to do it. What’s the point?
Journaling is a practice. Many of us stopped writing by hand a long time ago and the practice of putting pen to paper is scientifically proven to tap into a similar mental state to someone meditating. So while it might seem silly at first, by practicing it every day you’ll find your mind more relaxed and it will eventually become a habit you’ll really miss if you skip out on it.