Meditation – is it for everyone?
Do you hate meditating? Or have you ever felt “unsuccessful” at how you are practicing it?
If you haven’t tried Insight Timer yet as a tool for self-care, I suggest you give it a whirl. Christopher Plowman, CEO of the company recently shared all the changes that are coming to the app. Then, he went on to explain how it contributes to his vision for a kinder and calmer world. Where the whole world meditates each and every day.
He hopes these changes will help to make deep transformational shifts for humanity.
Not all self-wellness resources are alike
I found Insight Timer in the summer of 2014, just a month before my mother took her life. I have found teachers. meditations, and a source of never-ending inspiration over the years. It has been an unbelievable companion and my life has improved since using this tremendous app. One of my favorite Insight Timer teachers who regularly addresses lovingkindness and gratitude is Hugh Byrne. I’d be surprised if you don’t find something that will resonate for you, wherever you are in your current life journey.
Taking time for meditation is one way to show lovingkindness to yourself.
Here are a few tips that I use:
- Stay in bed.
- Put a pillow under your knees.
- Use an eye covering.
- Use headphones.
- Choose one of the meditations and hit play.
I hope these suggestions encourage you to give Insight Timer a try, even if you’ve thought meditation wasn’t for you.
So this is an invitation, download the app and give it a try. I’d be surprised if you don’t find something that will resonate for you, wherever you are in your current life journey.
Thank you Christopher for your vision. Even though I don’t know you yet, I am grateful for your positive impact on my life!
Weigh in. Do you hate meditating? I’d love to know if you use the app regularly, have ever tried it, or if you would recommend it to others.