May marks the start of National Meditation Month 2018.
Every day I hear someone say, “I should meditate.” Usually followed by a but (insert your but here). The buts are basically the same.
I should meditate, but:
It’s too difficult.
I don’t have time.
I can’t stop my thoughts.
As a mentor and meditation teacher, I listen and usually share insights as to why these particular buts aren’t true. For example:
Meditation is easy and effortless. The less you do in meditation, the greater the benefits. (If you don’t believe me, we haven’t meditated together, yet.)
Science shows that time spent in meditation will actually give you back the time you spend doing it.
Meditation is not about stopping or forcing out thoughts. It is about noticing your thoughts. Just as you might notice the color of your shirt. You notice it and go back to what you were doing.
Let’s say that you identify with some of these same issues. Read these…
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