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How do you keep your meditation practice strong and steady? How do you stay inspired? In this episode, I share some of the things that have added fuel to my fire and helped a lot to keep my meditation practice fruitful.
In particular, we explore the power of getting up early as a way to boost your p
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How do you keep your meditation practice strong and steady? How do you stay inspired? In this episode, I share some of the things that have added fuel to my fire and helped a lot to keep my meditation practice fruitful.
In particular, we explore the power of getting up early as a way to boost your practice. For me, it s a game changer. I went from never setting an alarm to setting it for 515am every morning and I feel awesome as a result.
Why?
Because I m logging a minimum of 30 minutes of meditation. I m reading 10-20 pages of a book each morning. And I m managing to squeeze in deep breathing and exercise (running) as well. And usually I m done with all that by around 730.
Coming out of the gates like that every morning affects every aspect of my life and I haven t looked back. I love it.
Another game changer? Intermittent fasting. During the week, I ve been experimenting with having just miso and chicken broth at dinner time.
So effectively, I m giving up dinner during the week. The result? I feel incredible. I don t miss eating dinner. I bounce out of bed in the mornings. I feel lighter and I m shedding unnecessary pounds.
Also, there is something deep and peace inducing about giving up food. There s a reason that fasting has occupied a hallowed place among the spiritual practices of the great mystical traditions since time immemorial.
Renouncing your core cravings makes you strong and gives you spiritual vitality.
And although I m only fasting from after lunch to breakfast the next morning from 2pm to 6am or about 18 hours it still makes a difference physically, emotionally, and psychologically.
If that kind of thing resonates with you, I can t recommend it highly enough.
And finally, I share some tips and advice that I gave to one of our members who was struggling with motivation. I think you ll find it useful.
The post OM095 – Early Mornings, Intermittent Fasting, And Tips To Propel Your Practice appeared first on About Meditation.
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