This week’s meditation is simple and although I’m suggesting to do it anytime, anywhere, I believe the greatest benefit will be to do this for a few minutes before officially opening your eyes and starting your usual morning routine.
So how do we create lasting change, heal addictions, and consciously adopt new patterns and habits without all the pressure or "white-knuckling?" We need to go directly into our central brain, where our habits neurologically originate from and create a new rhythm.
In my role as benefits shaman, I speak of unexpected loss and tragedy often; more specifically, having the necessary resources so we’re better equipped to make decisions about our lives, families, and businesses from a place of strength vs. emotional distress. When I say resources, yes I do in part mean financial, but more so I’m referring to tools that support our emotional well-being and healing.
Keep in mind that your experience in meditation is unique to you. There may be days when you have an aha moment immediately following or during a meditation, which is awesome, but that won’t always be the case. The thing to remember is that we can’t control how or when we receive information, but we can stay committed to the practice of quieting our minds and trust that what we need is on its way.