Meditation is one of many tools that can help you live more awake, more conscious, more present, and more intentional. My personal journey of meditation is so relatable especially as a busy mom. I don't have 30-45 minutes to sit in silence, and I am by nature not somebody that likes to sit still. If I can practice meditation, so can you.
I want to define meditation and look specifically at the most common reasons people resist trying this practice. I am not an expert guru on meditation, but I am a mom who lives a busy life and wanted to learn how to slow down and be in control of my thoughts and my emotions. Meditation has helped me to do just that AND so much more.
If you are a mom who struggles to get out of your head or are constantly over analyzing everything and everyone around you. Maybe you feel rushed and overwhelmed most of the time. Then meditation might be a simple and free practice you can start incorporating into your day, and watch your life transform by learning to be present for the small moments.
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I also am hosting a free masterclass with my friend Katie Austin, a social worker and mindfulness parenting expert. We are going to show you how to not just incorporate meditation into your busy life but give you practical tools to use during the day to embody mindfulness; to live more aware and more present. Register here and join us this Thursday, March 3rd at 8:30 pm EST.