I love to meditate. It is one of my favorite things to do. But, when I first began meditating, it was HARD. Thoughts popped up demanding my attention, my to-do-list would grow, and I would feel stuff—emotions that weren’t always pleasant.
Maybe you can relate?
You want a consistent meditation practice. You want to look forward to “sitting on your cushion.” You want to find sacred bliss. But, life gets in the way.
Meditation is on the rise. Lots of folks are touting the benefits of quieting your mind for a few minutes a day. Lower blood pressure, less, anxiety, a better night’s sleep, a clearer mind, and a calmer attitude are just a few of the benefits of meditation.
What the health experts aren’t telling you is that when you begin to meditate, especially if you develop a consistent meditation practice, you can have experiences that science can’t easily explain.