Nature is the best teacher to show us that life is a perfect flow. Let go by finding your pulse. By coming to terms with the ideal flow. Reset, relax, find ease within.
* Before you start this meditation, download this quick road map so you can do if after your meditation when your mind and heart are clear of pollution ;) * If you need more clarity, here are a few more maps for your journey. * And if you need some lovely music for it, here is a Spotify playlist for your soul.
How do you beat tiredness? By taking excellent care of yourself. Make yourself become your #1 priority to come back to balance.
Don't get comfortable with feeling tired all the time and think it's just your new norm. Honor this time for you to rest. When you are tired, = you sleep. #nonnegociable
If you are going to commit to meditation for a full month or yet for the full 40 days, and you haven't, however - this is the one! There's no better way to remember that everything happens in perfect timing, like being the witness of your pulse. So don't feel guilty for resting or pressing pause to your life for a few hours or a day or two while you recharge — everything in perfect time. So if you are feeling tired, listen to your body.
Connecting with our breath, listening to our heartbeat, and paying attention to how we feel in our body when we are alone is the perfect place to learn how to slow down. This mediation will teach you to control your reactions to any situation and can bring sweetness and one-pointedness to the most outrageously scattered mind. This is important because when we are tired, we are more easily triggered or tent to react faster to things that we wouldn't if we were exhausted.
Practice it in the morning, before bedtime, in the shower, or the subway. Practice it all day every day if you can. If you need a little reminder here is a beautiful one!
Music: Be silent with your breath. Time: Practice this meditation for 3, 11, or 31 minutes. Eyes: Gently closed Breath: Begin long, deep breathing.
Sit comfortably with a straight spine.
With the four fingers of the right hand, feel the pulse on the left wrist.
Place the fingers in a straight line, lightly, so that you can feel the pulse in each fingertip.
Your hands can rest on your lap.
If you want to do it before bed, lay down, place your hands on your heart or navel to feel your heartbeat. You may prefer to feel your pulse in another part of your body. That is fine too.
I hope this finds you well, helps you move and continue going. If you want more meditations, you can find them hereand if you love what these mantras do for us, you can read more about them here!