What's something you can do by yourself or with other people? Something that can be done in lots of different ways? In all sorts of places?
I don't know what you were thinking of... ;p
but I'm talking about meditation.
Today's Easter. Some of you might be going to church and celebrating with your family.
Others might be breaking matzah (since bread isn't allowed) for Passover.
I'm agnostic so I don't have defined religious practices.
However, I've developed my own spiritual practice - an important part of my daily self-care routine.
Meditation is a part of it.
Everyone needs to have a way to tap into their soul. Whether it's through prayer, meditation, a long walk in nature without music pounding in your ears, or floating in the ocean.
It doesn't matter what it is.
The point is self-reflection. Creating the quiet space to hear the whispers of your soul and its deepest desires.
I believe we are spiritual beings having a human experience. Not humans having a spiritual experience.
Because of that philosophy, I strive to better myself so I can be the best version of Julie that I can be.
Personally, meditation helps me get clarity on who I am and why I'm here. It's a slow unfolding that never ends. A journey.
I know a lot of people have problems meditating, so here's a video of Deepak Chopra guiding Katie Couric through a short meditation. Click on the video in the right column called "Meditation on-the-go with Deepak Chopra". I couldn't figure out how to directly link to it.
I recommend doing it twice a day - morning and late afternoon. 20 minutes each session.
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