After a Stage 3 Bowel Cancer diagnosis, I embarked on a journey where I searched for my own physical, mental and spiritual healing alongside conventional medicine. After doing my own research and changing all of my physical and emotional habits, I was able to finished 12 sessions of chemo feeling stronger than I started. Since then, I have been able to help clients from all over the world to reclaim their health back and create their dream life by changing their habits.
In that month I understood how important was for me to meditate.
Needless to say, I came back from holidays and I have meditate daily since then (3 years on)
If you haven’t tried meditation or you may think you are not a meditator…(because I can tell you I am still not one)
👉🏼Let go of the expectations of what you should do or be while meditating 👉🏼Think as meditation as a time that you just quieten your mind (softer approach) 👉🏼Keep at it as like anything you only get results when you are consistent
PS: I am a using a Muse device here which is a great help when you are starting.
If you don’t know what a muse is, it is a device that helps you with your meditation practice as it gives you real-time feedback on your mind and body.
It measures your brain waves and heart beat and gives you real feedback to empower you to manage your response on your meditation practice.