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10-DAY MEDITATION CHALLENGE

LOVE, GRATITUDE & ABUNDANCE!

 September 18-27, 2020

10-DAY MEDITATION CHALLENGE

LOVE, GRATITUDE & ABUNDANCE!

 September 18-27, 2020

MEDITATION TIPS FOR BUSY PEOPLE

MEDITATION TIPS FOR BUSY PEOPLE

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DISCLAIMER: General meditation practice and programs like The MeTime Meditations are not a replacement for or a form of therapy, nor are they intended to cure, treat, or diagnose medical conditions. Meditation can, however, be a component of an overall treatment plan, when monitored by a healthcare professional. Do Not listen to these meditations while driving or operating machinery.

DISCLAIMER: General meditation practice and programs like The MeTime Meditations are not a replacement for or a form of therapy, nor are they intended to cure, treat, or diagnose medical conditions. Meditation can, however, be a component of an overall treatment plan, when monitored by a healthcare professional. Do Not listen to these meditations while driving or operating machinery.

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Your journey to a more peaceful and confident YOU.

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I find that the energy just keeps accumulating as I use these meditations everyday!

 Love how they make me feel...❤️❤️❤️ 

~ Linda S, UK

I find that the energy just keeps accumulating as I use these meditations everyday!

 Love how they make me feel...❤️❤️❤️ 

~ Linda S, UK

"I am PEACE in a noisy world."

"I am PEACE in a noisy world."

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One of the most important habits I have formed over the years is the daily practice of meditation.

As I reflect back, I would say that meditation was the one big thing that kept me balanced and centered during the busy and hectic times in my life.

In those days, it wasn't considered trendy to meditate, but for me, it was a lifesaver. I'm pleased that science and mainstream society have caught up to the beautiful gifts that meditation gives people.

Research has shown that people who meditate regularly experience improved wellbeing in ALL areas of life. 

One of the most important habits I have formed over the years is the daily practice of meditation.

As I reflect back, I would say that meditation was the one big thing that kept me balanced and centered during the busy and hectic times in my life.

In those days, it wasn't considered trendy to meditate, but for me, it was a lifesaver. I'm pleased that science and mainstream society have caught up to the beautiful gifts that meditation gives people.

Research has shown that people who meditate regularly experience improved wellbeing in ALL areas of life. 

Meditation can help you:

  • master your emotions
  • sharpen your thinking
  • reduce stress
  • increase happiness and self-awareness
  • feel more connected
  • increase immunity and general health
  • sleep better

There are many different approaches to meditation, and as you try out various methods, you'll figure out what works best for you. 

Here are 6 tips to help you get started:

1. Start simple. 

Don't think that you need to meditate for five hours a day. 

You can start by simply sitting in a quiet place for two minutes. 

Increase by two more minutes every week, and before you know it, you'll be easily meditating for 10 to 15 minutes at a time. 

Just start simple.

2. Start early.

Try meditating in the morning, as soon as you wake up. 

Don't wait for the day to get busy, when you may be tempted to push it aside. 

After you turn off your alarm, get up and start your day with a few minutes of quiet meditation.

3. Get comfortable. 

Don't worry about where or how you are sitting. 

Whether you decide to meditate on top of your bed, on a chair, or cross-legged on the floor, just make sure you're comfortable.

Meditation can help you:

  • master your emotions
  • sharpen your thinking
  • reduce stress
  • increase happiness and self-awareness
  • feel more connected
  • increase immunity and general health
  • sleep better

There are many different approaches to meditation, and as you try out various methods, you'll figure out what works best for you. 

Here are 6 tips to help you get started:

1. Start simple. 

Don't think that you need to meditate for five hours a day. 

You can start by simply sitting in a quiet place for two minutes. 

Increase by two more minutes every week, and before you know it, you'll be easily meditating for 10 to 15 minutes at a time. 

Just start simple.

2. Start early.

Try meditating in the morning, as soon as you wake up. 

Don't wait for the day to get busy, when you may be tempted to push it aside. 

After you turn off your alarm, get up and start your day with a few minutes of quiet meditation.

3. Get comfortable. 

Don't worry about where or how you are sitting. 

Whether you decide to meditate on top of your bed, on a chair, or cross-legged on the floor, just make sure you're comfortable.

Do you have a daily meditation routine that works for you?

In this short video, I'm sharing the meditation routine that helps me start my day from a place of peace, joy and energy.

Do you have a daily meditation routine that works for you?

In this short video, I'm sharing the meditation routine that helps me start my day from a place of peace, joy and energy.

4. Monitor your breathing. 

Once you're in a comfortable position, turn your attention to your breath. 

Breathe in and follow the air in through your nose and all the way down to your lungs. 

Then, as you exhale slowly, follow the breath as it leaves your body. 

To help you focus, you can even think of the words 'inhale' and 'exhale' as you continue to follow your breath in and out.

5. Refocus. 

You will find that your mind tends to wander when you are meditating. 

That's okay. 

Simply notice when this happens and then bring your focus back to your breathing.

6. Practice gratitude.

End your meditation with gratitude. 

Come out of your meditation slowly. 

Bring your awareness back to your physical body and the sounds in your environment. 

Offer thanks for the positive things in your life and silently reflect on your meditation experience before getting back to the activities of your day.

As you take time to meditate every day, it's likely that you'll start to notice yourself living life more deliberately, from a place of calm and peace. :)

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4. Monitor your breathing. 

Once you're in a comfortable position, turn your attention to your breath. 

Breathe in and follow the air in through your nose and all the way down to your lungs. 

Then, as you exhale slowly, follow the breath as it leaves your body. 

To help you focus, you can even think of the words 'inhale' and 'exhale' as you continue to follow your breath in and out.

5. Refocus. 

You will find that your mind tends to wander when you are meditating. 

That's okay. 

Simply notice when this happens and then bring your focus back to your breathing.

6. Practice gratitude.

End your meditation with gratitude. 

Come out of your meditation slowly. 

Bring your awareness back to your physical body and the sounds in your environment. 

Offer thanks for the positive things in your life and silently reflect on your meditation experience before getting back to the activities of your day.

As you take time to meditate every day, it's likely that you'll start to notice yourself living life more deliberately, from a place of calm and peace. :)

Whether you're new to meditation, or a seasoned expert, I invite you to take your practice to the next level of peace, confidence and wellbeing with the...

MeTime Inner Circle Membership

It doesn’t mean they have fewer challenges than others, but that they are able to move through the challenges from a place of inner calm and balance... and that has certainly been my experience.

It doesn’t mean they have fewer challenges than others, but that they are able to move through the challenges from a place of inner calm and balance... and that has certainly been my experience.