Meditation teaches me about myself.
Meditation gives me an opportunity to discover my true self. Observing my thoughts
prepares me to live the life I really want.
I tune out distractions. My concentration grows stronger. I pay attention to how my mind
works. I listen to my inner voice.
I look deeper. I see beyond superficial labels and roles. I define myself in a way that
goes beyond my age, gender, or profession. I focus on my core values and spiritual
I clarify my thoughts. My mind slows down.
I connect with my emotions. I embrace my feelings and begin the process of healing. I
put aside judgments and regard myself with compassion. I love and accept myself
just the way I am.
I choose my actions instead of operating on autopilot. I remember that I am in control. I
decide how to respond to whatever circumstances come my way. I devote my time to
activities that are meaningful to me.
Meditation shows me how to be content and relaxed.
As I release stress and anxiety, my mind grows still and peaceful. I prove to myself that
happiness comes from within rather than depending on material possessions or
approval from others.
Meditation helps me to unleash my true potential. My doubts fade away. I know that I
am worthy of love and success. I stop comparing myself to others, and work on
leveraging my own unique strengths.
Today, I sit down to meditate. I explore my thoughts and learn to appreciate myself.
Some Self-Reflection Questions:
1. What are 3 words that describe my authentic self?
2. How does meditation help me to view myself more positively?
3. What holds me back from looking more closely at myself?
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I’m an inclusive, not scary, totally normal yet heavily qualified yoga instructor and founder of YogaBellies® and the Birth ROCKS Method. I’m trained in self hypnosis and meditation and what I love is helping women (ALL women) enjoy yoga without having to whisper all the time and wear fancy activewear that cost a month’s rent.
I believe Yoga is for everyone.