The Benefits Of Creating A Morning Mindfulness Routine
Most of us live busy lives thus neglect or rather forget to take the time out for our own well beings. As a success & mindset coach, the concept of mindfulness was a very intense learning process when I began my own journey. Unlearning the habits I had been cultivating for decades made the process of redesigning my mindset & my life for the matter quite trying. But eventually, I found a routine which supported the lifestyle I needed to create for my sense of clarity and peace of mind; and thus I would like to share this with you.
If you’re like how I used to be and honestly “am still during that 2% moment” you love the snooze button and a warm bed. But have you ever wondered why you’re drained and clouded before midday? We give so much of ourselves to our duties and to the tasks outside of ourselves that we fail to understand that it’s humanly impossible to truly embrace the life process without giving back to us.
I have learned the best time for capturing is in the wee hours of the mornings when most of the world still rest. It’s silent, it’s peaceful and it’s perfect for reflection and setting intentions, not only for the day ahead but also for our overall lives. The mind is fresh during that time and provides you with uninfluenced judgments from the outside world as you create. Did you know the majority of the successful find sacred time during the morning? Including Tony Robbins who indicates that before he begins his day he gets into his regular routine of reaffirming his greatness. This can also be you. Everyone can create that, if only we give ourselves the opportunity to try and to embrace. And it is true that the process of unlearning and creating a new habit requires due diligence, but as the saying goes, practice makes perfect or near perfect as I like to say.
How Do You Begin?
Start small. When I first started practicing this I literally created a sacred space in my room with candles, and where I would sit in silence for 10 minutes whilst visiting my gratitude list over in my head. As time progressed, I started to add the journaling habit of setting an intention for the day and letting go of any lingering negative vibes which followed from the day before. A small tip – start slow. If you’re new to it all, start your process with a simple 10-minute reflection and built up as time progresses. Add more activities such as listening to a meditation track or even an affirmation track such as Louise Hays’ morning meditation for reassuring your peace.
The benefits of practicing this boils down to having peace of mind, body, and soul as well as a sense of clarity and positive stimulants for motivation every day, as well as giving yourself the opportunity to be more focused and productive. So as the year begins and you’re seeking that sacred guidance from the outside in order to thrive, how about trying a new process of embracing the art of mindfulness with a morning routine which not only stimulates positivity but growth.
So as the year begins and you’re seeking that sacred guidance from the outside in order to thrive, how about trying a new process of embracing the art of mindfulness with a morning routine which not only stimulates positivity but growth.
Are you willing to try this? And if you have started this new habit, why not share with us how your days have improved?
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