Regularity and consistency are a huge part of a supportive meditation practice.
So find a time that works for you, and schedule it in.
It doesn’t have to be long, 10 minutes is a great amount of time to start with, and just sit for this time.
Whether you want to or not.
It can be tempting to only meditate when you feel like it, but the benefits of meditation grow over time, so don’t short change yourself by doing it for a week, and then stopping.
Of course life happens, so if you miss a day, don’t worry, just pick it back up the next day and start again.
Not only the do the affects of meditation increase over time, but you start to feel good about keeping this commitment to yourself.
It’s a horrible feeling to make a promise to yourself that you don’t keep, so set yourself up for success by making it manageable, and part of your routine, so that it becomes a non-negotiable come rain or shine.
You’ll feel calmer, clearer, and really reap the rewards of meditation.
Author: Jade Doherty