My 10 Day Meditation Challenge, Day 9 (The 1st thing)

My 10 Day Meditation Challenge, Day 9

(The 1st thing)

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  [ The Experience ]

103 days ago, I challenged myself to meditate and chant for 40 consecutive days.  

The first thing I did this morning, after sleeping in till about 10:30AM, was meditate.

I say this because I am prone to doing it later in the day, as a break from the flow of things, to rejuvenate my mind and recenter my soul.

But, a challenge is meant to push you, so I figured I’d stretch my comfort zone and meditate first thing today.

I found that the rest of my day flowed, perhaps even better than it already flows every day.  I noticed that my mind was definitely more still when I meditated first thing, as I had not been a-washed with the flow of life just yet.

[ My thoughts about Headspace ]

Screen Shot 2014-12-08 at 3.21.11 PMHeadspace is quite easy-to-use and interactive. The use of videos to present value alongside the meditations are great tools to help you understand the practice of meditation:

I love how I can track my progress and be a part of a larger community of simultaneous meditators. I also love that you can invite others to participate with you…

If you are reading this and want to join the challenge, add me to your Headspace App: “”. 

[ The Takeaway ]

I can see myself doing my best to start the day with meditation more regularly; however, I know that realistically I will find just as much use doing meditation at any time of the day. The key is to make time to do it!

[ Question For You ]

How do you start your mornings? Does it help the flow of your day?

Please comment below!

Here’s to your health, happiness and WHOLENESS!



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