Monday, January 24, 2011

21 Day Meditation Challenge via The Chopra Center


Join the Winter 21-Day Meditation Challenge - delivered via email with a link to each days meditation.
The 21-day Meditation Challenge starts with small steps and gently progresses to longer meditations, then eases back down - exploring many different types of meditation along the way. The optimum length and frequency for a meditation practice is 30 minutes, twice each day (I have never quite been able to achieve this but I still find daily meditation very helpful). This program begins with a few minutes at first and works its way up to more extended meditations.
Studies have shown that it takes 21 days of consistent behavior to change a habit or create a new one, such as establishing a regular exercise routine, eating a healthier diet, or taking time each day for self-care.
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Dancing Branflake said...

Gorgeous words and I completely agree.

Where My Heart Is said...

My sister has been encouraging me to take up yoga and meditation but I have been resisting saying I don't have time! Your post seems timely and maybe is a sign :)

Snippets/Sarah said...

Yes. yes. yes. How ironic that I read your post. I homeschool my 2 kids. It has many rewards and just as many challenges. I have been taking 30 min. lunches and going "off" to eat by myself. Amazing. Completely ready for an afternoon of academic pursuits!

behindblueeyes said...

amazing Blog!

Honeygo Beasley said...

Sabina, I meditate while I make my cards! I might sign up for the challenge. Meditation can be better than a nap! More refreshing...

Excellent post!

Paula (Eggshell Blue) said...

Popping in to say Hi Sabina and hope you are well?

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