Meditate to Relax
How to meditate in eight days
Day one: timing >
Before we even sit down to meditate, it’s worth noticing whether now is a good time to practice.
Day two: present moment >
Imagine you’re sitting in the driver’s seat of your car, which is parked on the side of the road.
Day three: control >
How long should you meditate?
Day four: acceptance >
An essential part of meditation is being able to accept what is occurring in your mind and emotions right now.
Day five: attitude >
Imagine you have a child who walks into your home-office to show you a picture they’ve just completed.
Day six: letting go >
Letting go is a big part of meditation.
Day seven: repetition >
You have practiced using the primary tools needed to direct your mind back into the present moment.
Day eight: the breath >
When you bring yourself back to the present moment, what are your options?