For a moment before the 5 day Meditation Challenge and this 10 Day Challenge, I had stopped meditating consistently because of back pain. But per one of your suggestions, I changed from sitting in a chair to meditating in the heroes pose. Back pain is gone and my practice is on track again. Thank you.
Rosemary - thank you so much, I have really appreciated sitting with you and am quite amazed at the profound stillness that settled in around day 8!---any chance of 15 for 15 just to consolidate! of course one should do it alone but your voice is so helpful and your silence strangely even more so! Have a beautiful day loveandpeacexxxx
Thank you so much, Michelle. I am so happy to hear of the stillness- what a blessing. And how poetic that the shared silence is helpful. I understand completely. I truly believe we need support and guidance along the way on this path. If you can do it alone, wonderful- but not at all necessary. Perhaps try the 21 day challenge next?! And let me know how it feels... Many blessings, R
Thank you, Rosemary. Day nine I had quite the meditation experience. It was not a particular day. I was traveling for a conference, and I woke up a bit stressed. I was not sure if I should sit because my head was spinning with thoughts. I sat, And I was so glad I did. I felt I rose above the stress and thoughts. It was an amazing feeling to free myself of the thoughts. I plan to repeat the 10 for 10. As I am not quite ready for the 21 for 21. Namaste! Jennifer
This makes me so happy! Thank you for sharing, Jennifer. Such a testament to how valuable this practice is- especially when we think we don't have the time or peace of mind to do it. Let me know how round 2 goes! Xxo, R