Don’t you usually find yourself starting your morning aimlessly, or even worse, feeling like today won’t be your day? Often we apply limits to ourselves with our own minds, and those limits can be powerful enough to ruin a perfect morning, and as a result, a perfect day! I would like to show you the benefits of morning meditation, and how it can help you harness your energies to better go about your day and use every moment to the max.
Meditation has benefits…
Not only to your mental wellness, but also many other aspects of your being. Take, for example, how it slows your heart rate, helping people with medical conditions. It also allows you to remain focused, which will positively impact your performance, whether you work, study or do your favorite activity! And a relaxed body is known to work better: when we tense up, the energy we spend in that state is then released all at once when you finally calm down, which can lead to what we call burnout. We don’t want that to happen!
Someone who meditates will be often walking on the sunny side of the street. Starting your mornings with a quick meditation ensures that you’ll remain calm more likely than someone who’s running about their day from the moment they wake up.
When you sit down and channel your thoughts, you’ll be able to identify which of those thoughts are helpful to you, and which are holding you back from your full potential. There’s many things you can learn from your inner mind, you just have to give it a chance!
The one and only way to truly start a morning meditation routine, reaping all its benefits, is to do it! You can click here to go to another article where I explain the Seven-step morning routine I made to share with you all. You can also look around my Youtube and Instagram pages: there’s certainly something that can help you find the meditation that works best for you! It’s a learning process, so don’t be discouraged if it seems like your mind wanders too much. With time, you’ll be able to master meditation. You’ll be a healthier, happier you.
Thank you for your time, I’d love to hear about your thoughts on meditation. Have you tried it before? What did you feel?