As you all know, I’m a huge fan of meditation. I added it to my life a few years ago and it is now an absolute MUST for me every single day. When my practice isn’t consistent, I FEEL it, and when it is, I feel that too but in a good way.
There are so many misconceptions when it comes to meditation such as how the space needs to be set up, how long you need to meditate, that your thoughts will stop entirely, that you need some sort of special cushion, etc. I’m here to tell you today that there’s actually only ONE thing that you need every single time to meditate. It can be that easy.
Sure, there are ways to create a better space for yourself, times that may work better for you versus others, ways to sit that may be more comfortable, and who wouldn’t love to find an extra hour in their day to sit and be still? And while we can dive into these components later, there is still only ONE thing that you need.
So what is it? It’s YOU.
I’m not kidding. You don’t actually NEED anything else. All you need is yourself in that present moment. Like I mentioned before, there are other things we can do and utilize for your experience, but YOU are really the only thing needed.
With that said, I have absolutely loved learning more about meditation and I’m excited to continue to share more of what I’ve learned through my experience and continued education on this blog, my social media, and…(drumroll, please)…one-on-one coaching!
You guys, I’m so excited to begin working with clients to help them get past their road blocks when it comes to meditation, to help them find their best time and space to meditate, to help them achieve their goals through personalized guided meditations, and see how we can start and/or elevate their practice together! (And yes, this is possible to do remote, so you don’t have to be local!)
If this is something that you’re interested in, please don’t hesitate to reach out to me at any time with questions, concerns, etc. I’m happy to help and be your coach!
Are you interested in meditation coaching support? What is your biggest roadblock when it comes to meditation? How can I help you?