For so many reasons, stopping for a few minutes– without an agenda – can open an inner spaciousness that you didn’t realize you crave.
“Meditation” can seem to be a daunting challenge. The mind is usually so busy, it’s hard to find the pause button. Bringing the mind and body together by focusing on one’s breath is the easiest way to begin to quiet the mind.
Giving attention to the tension held in your body make it possible to release tension. Attention to the parts of the body and their functions makes it possible to appreciate the body. Recognizing the blessing of our hands, our feet, our hearts is the beginning of gratitude. Take the time to tune in and become happy.
Breathe! You are alive!