Today we begin 30 days of working to clear our minds. With busy days, it will be easy to let the meditation challenge fall by the wayside, so I encourage you to set a reminder on your phone or pick a time each morning after brushing your teeth to practice.
If you can do it consistently it will become a habit that rewards you richly. As with all of the challenges those who check in daily seem to be the most successful due to creating accountability! I can certainly tell you this is true from my own experiences.
Use #meditate30 on Twitter or comment on the daily Facebook posts to stay involved and help all of us succeed together. I would love to organize a set time for the group to meditate at the end, as studies have shown really powerful energies being created by many people meditating around the world on a topic all at once! Feel free to post the challenge logo on your sidebar and encourage more friends to get involved!
If the kitchen timer isn’t enough to get you in the mood to meditate there are some tools you can use. You can find free apps for your smartphone ensuring that it’s available to you anywhere you are or if you’re ready for something more advanced I recommend Meditations for Manifesting by Wayne Dyer.
I knew this challenge would attract less participants as it doesn’t have the shine of losing a few pounds or an immediately tangible result…but I truly believe it’s benefits are much longer lasting. Thank you all for taking this journey with me!
You can still sign up and review the challenge details >> Meditation Challenge
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Good luck friends!
I am grateful for David getting excited about an event and thus getting me up and out in the fresh air which made me feel better!