Meditation has been a game changer for me. It allows me to immediately get out of my head, into my body and grounded in the present moment. Every morning, before I enter the world, I practice Transcendental Meditation - twenty minutes of stillness, silently repeating my mantra given to me by my meditation mentor. It’s the perfect way to start the day - centering me, quiets my mind, and allows me to deep dive within.
As life shifts and changes ~ and as I grow and evolve with it - I realize how important staying in the present moment is - and the importance of self care.
Being in the here and now - is how we access our intuition, inner guidance, our own inner wisdom and a sense of calm. This sense of calm and stillness is what helps us navigate these shifts and changes - staying true to our authentic selves. - not get lost in the fray of opinions, judgments, demands and other cycles that can keep us out of our body - and out of our inner knowing.
~ The now moment is potent. And one of the best ways to get there is through meditation. “We are all on a journey to mastering our inner peace” -. Raheem DeVaughn
Meditation doesn’t always require you to sit alone in stillness. I try as much as possible to walk with intention. To walk in this way, we have to notice each step. Each step made in mindfulness can bring us back to the here and the now. Allowing us to let go of the overactive mind and draw in our energy to be the present moment.