Your 2-Minute Body Sense Meditation Audio
You can listen to this recording here or download it and have it with you on whatever device you prefer.
You’ll be amazed at what 2 minutes can do.
Anxiousness saps your energy, interferes with your sleep, and disables your immune system. Chronic stress is a leading cause of anxiousness and contributes to many serious health considerations affecting your heart, brain function, digestion, and skin.
Women are more likely to suffer from ongoing anxiousness than men and it can prevent them from not only enjoying life but even from succeeding at it. The lack of resilience resulting from chronic anxiousness negatively affects confidence, decision-making abilities, and communication.
Resilience is one of the most vital ingredients in personal and professional success. The ability to rebound in the face of adversity and stress is essential to creative solutions, innovation, and growth. A lack of resilience means that even the smallest setbacks become insurmountable barriers.
Your Daily Plan
There is a simple, proven way to support your body and your mind in relieving anxiousness. While you’ve probably heard of meditation and may have even tried a few different types, you may not realize that taking just 2 minutes every day will yield great benefits for your mental, emotional, and physical wellbeing.
There are 5 key benefits to having a daily meditation practice:
- Clear your mind in order to be fresh for the day
- Nourish your mind with centeredness and calm.
- Grow a sense of trust in yourself because you’re demonstrating self-love on a daily basis.
- Generate neurochemicals that improve your mood, perspective, and ability to come up with solutions to challenges.
- Enhance your intuition and inner wisdom.
Download this 2 Minute Body Sense Meditation audio and put it into practice for 7 days. Notice how you feel before, during, and after the meditation. As the days go by, see what you observe about your sense of resilience.
If you’re having trouble keeping up with it on a daily basis, set an alarm on your phone.
The best time to do this meditation is before you get out of bed in the morning. If that’s not going to work for you, get creative. Take the 2 minutes before you get out of your car when you arrive at work or meetings. Give yourself the 2 minutes before you go to sleep.
If you miss a day, bounce back and start your daily meditation practice again. One thing I guarantee is that you’ll never regret the time you devote to even this simple practice and with repetition, you’ll gain truly valuable benefits.