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🕰️ Hello Time Travellers, it's time to meditate (Video Attached)




Meditation

This week, I received some valuable feedback, and it’s the perfect time to delve into the world of meditation. Whether you’re a seasoned practitioner or just curious, let’s explore what meditation truly is and how it can transform your life.

What Is Meditation?

Meditation involves mental exercises like focusing on your breath or repeating a mantra. Its purpose? To elevate your spiritual awareness. But here’s the beauty: meditation isn’t confined to sitting still. You can practice it while moving, too.

 

My Journey with Meditation

I’m no meditation guru, but I’ve dabbled in this ancient practice for years. Currently, I’m celebrating 50 consecutive days of maintaining a still meditation routine. My sessions vary from 3 minutes to 20 minutes, and occasionally I’ve stretched it to 25 minutes—until the real world beckons.

Finding Flow

My meditation journey began with a friend who introduced me to visualizing my future. But it didn’t stop there. When I run, I slip into a “flow state.” My mind quiets, and I focus on the present—whether it’s the rhythm of my footsteps, a passing thought, or glimpses of my past and future. Even during Animal Flow workouts, I hone in on specific body parts—the big toe, the subtle movement of my shoulder. It’s a fusion of practices that works uniquely for me.

Why Meditate?

In our fast-paced world of distractions and overwhelming thoughts, meditation offers a lifeline. By slowing down, we regain control. And with control comes the ability to shape our reality. Imagine owning everything you set your mind to—sounds empowering, right?

My Personal Transformation

 

As someone diagnosed with ADHD, my mind races nonstop! I used to rely on medication to tame the chaos and boost productivity. But guess what? I’ve ditched those meds. My meditation practice has become my secret weapon. It keeps me centered, focused, and more productive than ever.

Your Invitation

Join me on this transformative journey. Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned meditator, let’s explore the depths of stillness together. Take a few minutes each day to slow down, breathe, and reclaim your inner calm. You’ll be amazed at the results.

Ready to meditate? Start today by sending me 

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