For someone new to mindfulness, meditation can seem intimidating when approaching it for the first time, but anyone can do it. It's ok if you find yourself thinking about what you're going to have for lunch instead of focusing on your breath. Getting distracted is part of the meditation process. It's about having that awareness so you can guide your mind back to focus.
One of our favorite apps for guided meditation is Headspace, perfect for newbies. It may seem counterintuitive to recommend an app for an offline activity, but it's a great resource if you're looking to start a meditation routine.
There's no right way to do it, it's a practice for self-discovery!
Pick a time every day for 5-10 minutes to dedicate to a meditation ritual. Meditation can provide balance and clarity from the business of life. There's no right way to do it, it's a practice for self-discovery!
Athletes also look to meditation to improve their mind/body connection for sport and for life. We like to meditate to rebalance and recharge. It's a great way to take a break during the workday, before a big meeting, or meditate alongside other wellness routines.
For instance, we like to light some Palo Santo, do a bit of yoga, and end with meditation in Shavasana pose.
For instance, we like to light some Palo Santo, do a bit of yoga, and end with meditation in Shavasana pose. Personalize your meditation however you like. Because you can't spell meditation without "me," think of it as time for yourself so you can be more helpful to those around you.
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