Practice Meditating

Include meditation as a part of your daily routine, even if it is only for 5 minutes. It may look passive from outside, with your eyes closed and taking deep breaths, but it is very profound, to say the least. The trick is to get started, either sit on a mat or on a chair, should not matter. The key is to find a position where your body can feel strong yet neutral.
Set up a framework for yourself by picking a time of day and a place to meditate. Set up an area dedicated to meditation at home. Pick a place in your home that is quiet and makes you feel calm. It cannot be your bed or couch.
Though it may seem counter productive, working through your first few meditation sessions with some guidance or an app will help you find your groove. That’s because meditation is not just sitting still. It’s part of a broader philosophy, with thousands of years of history and training.
You’re doing this for you, so that you feel more settled in yourself and in the world. Just let yourself sink into whatever your practice is for that day. Pay attention to your body – where your legs touch the floor, how your spine feels – and listen to yourself.
It’s pure bliss.

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