What many people call 'stress'...isn't really. They are actually referring to the discomfort and anxiousness one feels when not meeting stress properly—not to the stress itself.
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Think you're gonna sail through this day all sunshine and rainbows? Think again. Stress. It's everywhere. Sneaking up in traffic jams, buzzing in your inbox, hiding in the spilled coffee you just stepped in. News, politics, text message arguments. You can't escape it... like gravity for your emotions.
Is there a way to break free from a cycle of sleep deprivation and awaken to a life of revitalized energy, unwavering focus, and profound inner peace? There sure is.
The late train, the burnt toast, the extra pound on the scale. Life's little frustrations are our teachers. They inform us where we need to grow *if* we are watchful of them.
When people think of meditation, they often think of doing it first thing in the morning to start the day. Morning meditation is important, of course. But it is also vital to meditate right before sleep.
Overeating, drinking, smoking, even destructive relationships... have you ever wondered why you do things you don't want to do and why you repeatedly fall into self-defeating patterns of behavior?
Have you ever felt like there must be a better way to connect with God than just reciting beautiful words, running holy narratives through your mind, or muttering profundities under your breath?