Is It Working?

Now that you’re meditating, you will likely begin to notice some changes in you. Notice how you feel when you’re finished your 5 minutes. Over time you will likely experience even more things and it’s important to notice them.

What I found was that when I began noticing some changes, it further motivated me to keep my practice going. Now when I miss a couple of days I can feel the difference in me. I just feel more tired, frazzled and less grounded. Things set me off easier and I worry more.

What you’ll notice is that as you begin to get control of your mind, you begin to feel more peaceful. You become more aware of who you are and what you want in your life.

You will be able to tap into your intuition and make better decisions. You’ll be able to hear that little voice inside helping to connect you with your purpose.

You’ll learn how to love yourself and how to deal with any anger and resentment that may creep into your life.

On top of all the health benefits, you feel a sense of inner calm and peacefulness more of the time.

You will become more resilient and less affected by negative emotions. You will notice you’re more skilled at managing your thoughts and feelings and feel like they don’t run the show as much.

I want to share with you what happened to one of my clients, Susan when she began meditating on a daily basis. Susan was a young stay at home mom. Although she loved being at home and was grateful she was able to do that, she felt like she had lost her freedom. She also felt like she had lost herself in her roles of being a mom and wife and didn’t know who she was anymore. Because this inner stress felt so uncomfortable for her, she would try and numb it by stress eating. Unfortunately, this just made her feel worse.

She was game to try meditating, not because she liked the idea of meditating, but because she wanted other ways to cope with her inner stress that resulted in stress eating. Within a very short amount of time, Susan was able to break the habit. The meditation practice had helped her deal with her stress in a way that she didn’t need to turn to stress eating anymore. That was the beginning of some amazing changes in Susan’s life.

Is It Working?

Now that you’re meditating, you will likely begin to notice some changes in you. Notice how you feel when you’re finished you’re 5 minutes. Over time you will likely experience even more things and it’s important to notice them.

What I found was that when I began noticing some changes, it further motivated me to keep my practice going. Now when I miss a couple of days I can feel the difference in me. I just feel more tired, frazzled and less grounded. Things set me off easier and I worry more.

I want to share with you what happened to one my clients, Susan when she began meditating on a daily basis. Susan was a young stay at home mom. Although she loved being at home and was grateful she was able to do that, she felt like she had lost her freedom. She also felt like she had lost herself in her roles of being a mom and wife and didn’t know who she was anymore. Because this inner stress felt so uncomfortable for her, she would try and numb it by stress eating. Unfortunately, this just made her feel worse.

She was game to try meditating, not because she liked the idea of meditating, but because she wanted other ways to cope with her inner stress that resulted in stress eating. Within a very short amount of time, Susan was able to break the habit. The meditation practice had helped her deal with her stress in a way that she didn’t need to turn to stress eating anymore. That was the beginning of some amazing changes in Susan’s life.

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