Many of you think you can’t meditate don’t you? Tried it…too hard…not worth the trouble, right?
That monkey mind just won’t shut up. It’s a constant stream of unpleasant thoughts and feelings, memories and worries amid the shopping lists, reminder to self to phone Mum, and that awful realization you forgot a friend’s birthday last week.
I know, I feel your pain because this happens to me when I meditate too. Yes, I’ve been a daily (well almost), meditator for oh about nine years now and I too get distracted by my mind.
So do you know what I did to help myself become better at meditating? I started a women’s meditation circle and began channeling guided meditations for the group within a few months. Fun huh?
That was two years ago and the good news is that running a weekly session with other people has certainly improved the quality of my daily meditations and I love doing it. The not so good new though is some days I still don’t find it easy to settle the body and calm the mind and some (very occasional) days, I don’t make the time to do it at all.
Hey, I’m only human and life has a funny habit of shifting and changing beneath our feet, right?
So, short article today because I want you to take fifteen minutes for yourself right now and listen to this easy and simplified guided meditation I recorded today.
Allow me to gently guide you within your heart space and feel those beautiful glimpses, those soft little moments of stillness and peace. I guarantee you’ll feel better for doing it.
Much love, Tricia
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