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21-Day Meditation Challenge DAY 15

By Edited Aug 2, 2015 0 0

Day 15 of the 21-Day Meditation challenge deals with the question, "What Do I Want In My Life?". This is a question that we all should ask ourselves. To often, we live life on auto pilot instead of really being present in our experience. Most people just want to get the work day over with because they are stuck in a job that they do not enjoy but it pays the bills.

This is a great meditation to help you get back to thinking about the things you want out of life. It will help you get out of the mundane and tedious day to day activities. We all had dreams when we were younger about doing something that we loved and enjoyed. Many people have set their dreams aside and have not found a way to achieve them.

This is a wonderful meditation to at least help you focus on the things that would give you joy and happiness. We, too often, focus on those things that make us unhappy. This meditation will guide you back to focusing on what you want instead of what you do not want. We all need a little redirection.

This is a very positive and encouraging meditation. I gave up the dream of writing a long time ago. I had started delving into meditation and growing spiritually about 10 years ago. I had a great job but I knew it was not something I wanted to spend the rest of my life doing. As I focused on gratitude, joy and well being, my world began to change. I finally had the confidence to make some big changes in my life. Anyway, meditation helps me focus on the things I love doing. Needless to say, I am getting back into writing. The really odd thing is, I am actually making money at it! I have quite a few projects going, more than I ever thought I could have. Now I use meditation to help me alleviate any writer's block that I may experience.

My point is this, meditation can help you focus on the things that you really want. This 21-Day Meditation challenge is FREE. Why not see if it can help you change your life. Maybe it can help you focus your attention on being more positive. Maybe it can help you to overcome anger or guilt.

It is FREE and only takes 10-20 minutes a day!

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