Meditation And Relaxation For Tuesday

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Meditation for women: Take a break housewives!
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Om Shanti to Home Shanti

“6 am – time to wake up; 7 am – getting kid ready for school; 8 am – making breakfast; 10 am – finishing household chores; 12 noon – making lunch…

Does this routine sound more or less familiar? It might to many of us housewives for whom each new day is quite like the one that just went by. The daily chores may not change. But what can is our state of mind. The same humdrum can still leave us fresh and enthusiastic if the mind is happy and relaxed. We could still have the energy to do something new and creative with our lives. The secret lies in spending just a few minutes daily to ‘meet and renew ourselves’. So, what is the challenge? We feel too tied up in our chores that we either don’t find time or lack interest or confidence to go out and live our dreams.

If given an opportunity, we would also want to do something other than just cooking and cleaning, right? Some of us might consider running a boutique or a beauty parlour, some might want to pursue an old hobby– singing, dancing or learning guitar. How can we bring this spark of life into our routine without compromising on any of the tasks that we are committed to?

“Meditation adds time to your day and energy to your body”, says Sri Sri. Keeping aside a few minutes to meditate daily can actually bring you a few extra hours to do all the other things for which you never found time. It works. You might be surprised to see how you are better able to take care of your family needs while also being more innovative in using your time to pursue other interests. When we meditate, creativity wells up from within. You start gaining interest in doing things that are creative”
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Meditations For :

Feeling stressed and frustrated? Want to still down in the hustle bustle of the day?

Feeling irritated and agitated? Want to take the edge off and relax?

Tired of being tired? Want to rejuvinate yourself
and be full of the joys of spring?

Feeling plain happy? Want to continue being being
called the happy-go-lucky?

How to meditate on the go: a guide for the busy working woman

“Meditation has been scientifically proven to work just as well as anti-depressants. Hurrah – for those of you who can actually master the art of meditation.

Most people I know struggle to meditate. We spend our lives surrounded by to-do lists, rush hour commutes and constant thinking. There is something alien about switching our brains off and emptying our minds for 30 seconds, let alone 30 minutes.

But, after speaking to meditation experts Emma Mills and Andy Puddicombe, I have learnt meditation isn’t about not having thoughts; it is about not being attached to your thoughts. Which is all very well in theory, but when you’re working long hours and constantly busy, how do you find the time to do it?

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Love Sarah

3 Comments Add yours

  1. Heather says:

    Try keeping a palm stone (worry stone) in your pocket. Every time you touch it you will be reminded to slow down. 🙂

  2. freespirit says:

    Mediatation helps a lot but its finding time, thanks for making me stop, i so enjoyed this.X

  3. Vibrant says:

    Hello Sarah,

    This is a superb post.

    Wonderful quotes and guidance!

    I have shared it on the social media.

    As for tips on meditation:

    I told you about “rhythmic breathing”

    You can also listen to “delta binaural beats”

    They help a great deal!

    Love and light <3

    Anand 🙂

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