It’s frustrating, isn’t it?
You really want to meditate regularly, but it’s just so darn difficult.
You don’t feel like you have the time, unexpected activities cause you to miss out on a session, and you struggle to meditate longer than a few minutes. The whole thing feels futile...
I get it.
In fact, I’ve been there.
Over the course of the 13+ years I’ve meditated, I’ve encountered all those obstacles. And I didn’t see results my first week of practice either.
So what did I do to start a regular meditation routine that works? Well, I took it one step at a time and came up with a few guidelines to follow.
How to get your meditation act together
In the fall of last year, I was fortunate enough to get an article of mine published on the popular self-help blog Pick The Brain.
In this article, I share 3 of my top tips for starting an everyday meditation practice. It’s aptly titled 3 Tips To Start An Every-Day Meditation Practice, and you can read the full post Here.
I hope you find it helpful.
And if you ever need to pick my brain for some more tips on how to start and stick with your meditation practice, don’t be a stranger.
Over my 13+ years of meditation, I’ve had my fair share of jumping on and off the meditation wagon. And finally, I’ve developed an every-day practice I’ve stuck with for nearly 3 years.
So pick yourself up, dust yourself off and give meditation another go. You can develop a regular practice and finally gain all that calm and clarity you’ve been hoping for.
If this ordinary dude can do it, then surely you can too.