If you consider adding meditation to your daily routine, in this guest post, by Cheryl Tobin, you will learn how to incorporate some techniques into your practice to enhance your experience and get the most out of your session.
Today is the first day of a new month and a new round of #TheRayChallenge! (If you’re not in yet, you can still join us here.)
This month you will be challenged to incorporate meditation into your daily routine. There are many benefits to practicing meditation regularly, including reducing stress & anxiety, promoting mental clarity & focus, as well as increasing your self awareness. We could all use a little bit more of these benefits in our lives, so let’s get started!
If you’ve been feeling stressed out lately, or you’re always suffering a flood of thoughts all night, keeping you from falling asleep, or if you tend to get distracted easily, in this guest post, by Cheryl Tobin, you will learn how meditation can help you eliminate all those things, finding clarity and peace of mind, which in turn will help you become more relaxed, focused, and productive.
Join our meditation challenge starting February 1st!
How many moments in the span of your day do you wish you could press pause, even for just a moment? I imagine you have, on more than one occasion. So, why don’t you just stop?
Believe it or not, this option is available to you through practicing meditation. And I bet that, over time, doing so will enhance your mental health, restore your energy, and elevate your creative processes.
If you have trouble drinking enough water every day, maybe reading this article and learning about the damage dehydration can cause to your body would work as the push you needed to start drinking more water today.
Drinking water has been an issue for me most of my life. Where I live, it’s practically summer most of the year, and with this hot weather I could honestly spend an entire week and all the water I would consume would not pass the 350 ml mark.
You can imagine how much water I would drink in winter.
And as a result, I suffered from a lot of the things mentioned below on this list due to many years of dehydration. Some of them I still suffer through now.