I often hear moms say that they don’t have time to meditate. Or that they get too distracted. I get that! Meditating with your kids around you is not something that makes you feel relaxed. You have a better chance of feeling annoyed or irritated!
Have you always wanted to meditate, but you don’t know where to start? Or have you started, but you don’t know if you’re doing it right? In this blog post I would like to share my best tips with you that will help you easily start meditating.
Sounds of cars driving by, someone (probably one of your kids) talking, thoughts in your head… There are so many things that can distract us when we want to meditate. It’s SO easy to be distracted!
Sometimes it can be difficult to choose yet another meditation to listen to. You’d like to change every now and then, not always listen to the same ones. But well, you don’t always feel like going through youtube or another page to search for something you like.
Yes, it’s summer holiday! Finally! Those past weeks have been crazy, but now, finally some moments of calm… Not having to bring my kids to school or sports for a while. Finally some time to breathe. To relax. And to recharge.
When I’m on the beach I often stand still by the water. I watch the sea coming and going, coming and going… I realise that it’s the same with many things in our life. Things come into our life and they disappear again…
I have a vision. I believe that everyone can have a life full of magic. We all can live magical lives! So can you! If you choose to see the magic, you will start seeing the magic. If you focus on the good, more good will come to you.
This morning I woke up from the sound of loud music. I wondered where that came from, as we were still in our bed and it was only 8 am. My kids were not home, so it was not them. I started focusing on the sound and found out that it was the rain, the snoring of my boyfriend and the sound of a neighbour using a saw. It was a combination of things.
If you’ve seen any of my messages on Facebook, you know I’m all about magic and positivity. Maybe when you see that, you think “that’s not for me”. Or maybe you think I’ve always been like this.
You’re driving in your car, you’re in a hurry and of course, the car in front of you is going really slowly. So you have another red light. You’re starting to get really angry and you say a lot of things to the person who, according to you, caused this. Because if that car in front of you hadn’t driven so slowly, you wouldn’t be waiting for the red light to turn green again.
Do you know that feeling that your energy has been cut into a million pieces? That you have lost pieces of you everywhere? I had that today. And I’m going to tell you about it. Today is day 4 of the 30 day blogging challenge.
Do you know these days, that from the moment you wake up, everything seems to go wrong? Well, today was one of those days for me. I woke up from the alarm of my boyfriend, about half an hour before my own alarm.
Lately I have been hearing this a lot: “Positive thinking doesn’t work”. What?! Doesn’t work? I have experienced it myself and I can tell you that it does work! But apparently this is not the case for everybody, and I think I know why. I once heard someone explain why positive thinking doesn’t work.
I have an 8-year old daughter who loves talking. A LOT! When she’s petting the cat, she’s talking. Not only to the cat, but also to us. About how the cat is reacting to everything she does or about how he’s lying in her lap.