Meditation can be a daunting skill to develop.
It’s very difficult to quiet your mind and you often don’t realize just how busy your mind is until you try to quiet it down.
Similar to how your mind can race at night when you are trying to go to sleep, it often races during your waking hours as well. You just don’t notice it since you are on the go as well.
But when you try to quiet it, it can be deafening.
Meditation is a practice that can not only help quiet your mind, it can help organize your thoughts, calm and bring peace to you, and even expose creative ideas and personal revelation to you as it unlocks the power of your mind, intuition, and even a spiritual connection.
But it’s hard to do!
It can be so hard for us to quiet our minds that many of us find practicing meditation to be too daunting of a task, or a challenge or hurdle to overcome.
So it’s hard to start and many of us just don’t even try.
Fortunately for you, I’m here to tell you how anybody can.
All you have to do is reframe it.
There are many different ways to meditate. But the simplest (and the type I employ) is simply focusing on your breathing.
Anybody can do that.
It’s not daunting at all.
So, instead of starting a meditation practice, why not reframe it and instead start a “focusing on your breathing” practice.
Anybody can do that. In fact, it will likely be the easiest thing you do all day.
Start small. Just a few minutes a day, with no expectations.
All you have to do is sit up straight, comfortably, in a chair. Relax your arms at your sides. Relax your shoulders. Close your eyes.
Focus on the air going into your nostrils and then going out.
And just repeat that. Over and over again.
Don’t think about quieting your thoughts or obtaining any personal revelations or accessing higher powers or dimensions or whatever.
Just focus on your breath and let the benefits of meditation eventually come to you.
You may not even notice them coming to you as you practice. But the reality is, what you are doing is meditating!
It’s not so hard anymore, now that you’ve reframed it for what it is: focusing on your breathing.
So give it a try. There is nothing to lose.
Just take a few minutes every day and focus on your breathing. You can do more as you get used to it and have time.
It is literally the easiest thing you will do all day.
And you will gain the benefits that those who meditate regularly get.
- A calm, more focused mind.
- Feelings of peace.
- Enhanced creativity.
- And, as you go, maybe even a deeper spiritual connection and personal revelations.
And you don’t even have to make any real effort to achieve these things.
All you have to do is breathe.
If you’re reading this, then you know you have the qualifications.
So give it a try, get started, and see how it goes.
You’re going to breathe anyway. Might as well sit comfortably, relax, and get all the benefits of meditation while doing so.
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