If you practice regularly, you will find yourself becoming calmer, more centered, and more open to the flow of life.
Here are two meditation exercises designed to develop your ability to relax, concentrate, and be in the present moment.
To begin, find a time and place that works for you, where you won’t be interrupted, and just trust your own inner truth.
Every moment of mindfulness, every moment of relaxed, alert presence, every moment in which the mind is not grasping at something it thinks it needs or trying to get away from something it thinks it doesn’t want is a moment of freedom. — Sylvia Boorstein
Breathing in, I calm my body.
Breathing out, I smile.
Dwelling in the present moment,
I know this is a wonderful moment.—Thich Nhat Hanh