mindfulness. authenticity. introversion.


Zen Habits: “But what many people don’t realize is that meditation is perhaps the most important habit if you want to change other habits.”

I have been asking myself more frequently why I am writing about mindfulness and its benefits and yet my meditation – just sitting down and doing it – is pretty non-existent.

Thankfully there are little pockets of the memory of meditation from years past, but it is barely enough.

Then I got two prompts in the same day. An email from Zen Habits about how meditation is the most fundamental habit. An article in Australian Yoga Life magazine on re-energising your focus on meditation. Both reminded me about the importance of commitment, and about placing meditation within the rhythm of your daily life.

Starting small and starting now are great ways to begin a habit. But it’s often useful to unpack why I am resisting…

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