Meditation drives the directional force of who you are becoming – from your identity to your actions.Dr. Tyler Schwanz
- It’s difficult to meditate when we are distracted or discouraged.
- If we don’t regularly remind ourselves who we want to become, we may become someone else on accident.
- We often believe that we don’t have time for meditation, even though meditation could help us make better use of our time.
- Meditation helps us to be fully present in our present tense.
- Meditation is an opportunity to remind ourselves of what is true and what is important.
- Meditation gives us the opportunity to explore and embrace our emotions.
- Download an app with access to free guided meditations.
- Pause at intervals throughout your day to simply sit and think.
- Begin every day with a few minutes of quiet reflection.
Sit In Silence
It’s not exactly a new idea: there’s something profound that happens when we step away from all the noise and embrace the quiet. This week Dr. Michael Brown and Dan Costello discuss the power of putting this truth into practice.
Pause To Breathe
Breathing. As we’ve seen in the wake of George Floyd’s tragic death more than a month ago, every single breath is a gift and should never be taken for granted. As you wake up each morning to a new day of pandemic realities, racial injustices, and economic challenges, consider leveraging each breath for a greater good. This week, Dr. Michael Brown and Amy Seiffert explore the art of breathing in a unique conversation that will enhance your personal well-being during turbulent times.
Practice A Sabbath
Is it possible that an ancient religious law could be the key to greater peace, purpose, and even productivity? This week, Amy Seiffert and Dr. Tyler Schwanz testify to the transformative power of taking an entire day off every single week.