I'm only two days shy of finishing 4 weeks of my twice daily meditation and I can't see me ever setting this practice aside. I consider meditation to be one of the greatest gifts I have ever given myself because it has already changed so much inside of me.
I started meditating as a natural way to deal with my sadness after Paige moved out (my tears lasted just a few days) and it has given me more than I could have anticipated on that first day I started.
I feel either high or drunk much of the time because so much resistance, limiting beliefs, anxiety, worry, and fear has fallen away and I'm more present more often because of it. The consistent, loving space I've been giving myself to just be with myself is recalibrating everything in my heart and mind and it's just so lovely to experience.
Lately, my goals have shifted from the external to the internal and I am happily spending my time dissolving inner limits and welcoming new beliefs that are more in alignment with where I truly want to go in life and the kind of person I really want to be.
I consider inner self-mastery my full-time job because I know that, "Once you get the inside right, the outside naturally falls into place", so I've been taking my sights off of the outside world while I recreate something deliciously new from within.
Peace, relaxation and joy are becoming more and more consistent in my days as I show up to meet me exactly where I am, and my internal dialogue has never been more loving. Like ever. I'm really, really, REALLY enjoying my inner landscape which says so much considering how many years it created so much pain for me.
My level of productivity has shifted as well. I haven't been striving or needing to "do" anything to feel like I'm accomplishing something. I'm impressing and expanding myself internally each day and my need to produce anything beyond a wonderful inner world is currently non-existent.
The world can wait. My love affair with myself cannot.
It just gets better and better.
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