In today’s post we look at three simple things stopping you from meditating.
Once you become aware of these activities and, what you can to overcome them, you’ll be well on your way to meditate with ease.
Meditation looks easy.
From an outsider’s perspective, technically you are “doing nothing: – just sitting there, breathing, with your eyes closed!”
Yet, as you know, especially when you start to meditate, there are many challenges to overcome – “finding time to sit still, breathe – and “do nothing” is one of the hardest things most women struggle to do.
For a busy woman who wants to learn how to meditate, finding time, feeling comfortable stopping what you’re doing to sit down and, keep your mind from racing around, is hard.
One of the first obstacles to overcome is making the time available to meditate.
If your life is anything like most busy working mamas, your daily schedule can feel like a constant battle between juggling family, work, social and community activities.
You are so busy trying to stay on top of everything that the thought of adding anything extra into your schedule can feel quite overwhelming.
The converse of this, if you fail to make time available to meditate you run the risk of running ragged and lack energy and focus on completing.