Meditation is becoming one of those habits that we all know is good for us, but we have trouble actually doing it on a consistent basis.
When I first learned about meditation and tried it out, it was about 10 years ago. Since then my practice has been very sporadic. I enjoyed it and could see its benefits afterwards, but I could never transform it into a steady habit.
However, meditation is slowly become as essential to my daily routine as exercise, diet, and sleep. I’ve been able to meditate almost every day for the past few months, so it’s still a relatively new habit, but using gamification has motivated me a lot this year.
Because I’ve been meditating more frequently, I’ve begun to develop my own “personal routine” when it comes to my meditation practice.

The main purpose of this post is to share that routine with you. I call it a “Multi-Stage Meditation” because it’s a combination of multiple techniques, including “Breathing,” “Body Scan,”…

This is only a snippet of a Self Improvement article written by Steven Handel

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