Judy Crockett

Judy Crockett
Judy Crockett

Thursday, March 21, 2013

21-Day Meditation

Early this month, my daughter invited me to participate in the Oprah & Deepak 21-Day Meditation Challenge online. I am so glad I took her up on the invitation. While I was not in a place to commit on day one of the challenge, the program is available online so I simply started a few days later.

It's been a wonderful experience so far and I have just completed day five. One any given "normal" day for me, I wake up with a start with my mind racing about all the things I want to accomplish in the day. I typically have my hands in a few things within an hour of waking up and end up sort of all over the place by noon.

It's amazing how after just a couple of days into this program, I have had calmer mornings and more organized days. I'll write more about that later, but for now, I just invite you to click on the link below, and accept the 21-Day Meditation Challenge from Oprah &  Deepak and enjoy a more productive, settled day.


I'd like to hear from you. I'd like to know how the challenge impacts your day and life.


1 comment:

Rebecca.Ouvry said...

I have been participating in this Meditation Challenge as well and have to say that so far it has been a most pleasant experience.

Each "session" as around 16 minutes long. They begin with a short lesson about the connection between your mind, body and spirit. They then provide you with a simple way to incorporate the "lesson" or idea into your life. The session then finished with a short silent meditation. A specific mantra is given to help your mind focus through out the meditation.

It is surprising how taking 16 minutes a day to be silent and to focus purely on your inner self, can be so profound. I already find myself looking at certain aspects of my life differently (ie: how I talk to myself).

There is always room for growth. I encourage you all to give this practice a try. It is free to participate so there is nothing to loose, but so much to gain.