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Four tips to bring more mindfulness into everyday life


The inner compass can be difficult to listen to if you are not used to taking time to hear the soul's needs. Listening inwardly and taking time to breathe can be very helpful in getting in touch with your inner self. For me, this is relatively new, as I had not previously taken my inner well-being seriously or been responsive to the inner compass.

I'm still learning new ways to connect with my inner self on a deeper level, and my tool has been meditation. By planning meditation into everyday life, regardless of whether it happens at home or at work, the soul gets another chance to have its say. A quiet moment can help you in many different ways, from improving your mood to listening to your inner voice and living your truth.

To begin with, you can try to find your own method to find inner peace. A way to be able to disconnect from your surroundings and stand in your own energy when everyday life can be turbulent. Once you have done that, you are well on your way to becoming more and more receptive to your inner self and thus being able to respond to the soul's needs. Remember to let the meditation and your personal development take its time, everything does not happen at once. Patience and focus are the keys to development in meditation. Therefore, it is of the utmost importance to take it easy and not stress anything. If you find it difficult to sit still and focus on your breath, there are so many other ways to meditate!

Here are four examples of things that can help you slow down and land in your body in everyday life. Remember that meditation can take place in many different ways and that you meditate in the way that suits you and your body best!

  1. Take a walk in the forest, listen to the sounds around you.

  2. Sit down in a quiet room, take three deep breaths.

  3. Put on some relaxing music, 10 minutes and just lie down in bed for a while.

  4. Prioritize yourself and schedule your own time. It makes it easier to incorporate meditation into everyday life.

By relaxing and listening to the body's signals, we can hear the soul in a new way. Meditation is a magical tool to get in touch with the inner compass. The one who guides us through life and who leads us towards our highest dreams. The soul knows what we need, but it is important that we listen to its whispers and prioritize contact with our inner self, which we all have access to.

The article is written by Julia Cogne, a member of the Holy Crap Community. Do you want to write an article on our platform? Email us!


"My name is Julia and I am a 33-year-old girl who recently found the balance in meditation and the path to my inner voice. My inner voice has always knocked on the door at times asking me to choose the path and make the decisions that are not always the easiest. On some occasions I have avoided the inner voice and made a different choice, but in the end the feeling inside me has been right. Through meditation I am learning to listen to that voice more and more.''- Julia Cogne
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Tip ! To bring even more mindfulness into everyday life, you can listen to this non duality meditation with Navid Zargham!

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