I often find clients new to meditation think they need to sit in meditation for a long time to gain any benefit but truth be told, it only takes 8-12 minutes per day of sitting in meditation consistently to see benefits appear on a brain scan. While a practice like today’s mindful meditation may be shorter than that, I believe the consistency of practice is most important. Some days you may have time to sit for 10 minutes, but other days you only have 5. Would it be better to skip the meditation on the day you only have 5 minutes vs finding a few moments for yourself? I think we all know the latter is the better option. If you have a busy day, use the time you have to find a few moments of peace – or forgiveness – and I promise, you’ll feel better after.
Monthly intention: Forgiveness
Today’s meditation: Mindful Meditation | 5 minutes
Your journal prompt for today is: What thoughts bubbled up to the surface? Were you able to let them pass by?
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