Have you been thinking of meditating for 30 days straight?
If so, then you are about to discover what the benefits were for some others who have already completed their 30-day meditating practice.
We all know that learning to control our mind and behaviors play a very important role in how we live and manage our day to day lives.
So it’s agreeable that meditating is one of those daily rituals that could very well have the ability to get your life back in order.
There are many benefits to meditating, so here’s a list of the pros of meditating for 30 days straight that’ll attempt to convince you to try it out for yourself!
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1. You could find inner peace.
If you try meditating for a month, you may find inner peace during the stressful days that can appear repetitive.
According to the mayo clinic, meditation can wipe away the day’s stress, bringing with it inner peace.
It can also give you a sense of calm and balance that can benefit both your emotional well-being and your overall health.
Repetitive days are going to happen, so being able to be aware can be a huge benefit of meditating for a month.
2. You might find it easier to discern your thoughts.
Meditating for 30 days could help you discern what thoughts are serving you and what thoughts you need to let go of.
According to the eocinstitute, your mind can bend and change direction at your will, and it will steer itself unless you take control of it.
Not only does meditation provide you with this control, but it also helps you focus on solutions, positivity, and the accomplishment of your present and future goals.
So it’s best to know what thoughts you are thinking that way when you are thinking them they can help serve your highest good.
And mediation can be the best form of action to well equip yourself for this. To help you better notice your thoughts so you can change them.
3. Your to-do list might not feel so urgent.
Is your to-do list taking up too much time in your mind?
If so, here’s what Suzy Strutner from the huffintonpost.ca had to say about her experience meditating for 30 days straight…
“Sometimes it’s hard for me to believe that five minutes of forgetting about my to-do list is more productive than five minutes of working on it. But after I take a meditation break, the tasks simply don’t feel as urgent or stressful anymore. I’ve realized that ‘just being’ is an okay place to be“.
4. You might realize that your mind really needs self-care.
Meditating really is the only daily ritual that focuses on shutting out all that mental chatter that we seem to focus on from hour to hour.
Here’s what Julia Dellitt from theeverygirl.com had to say after her experience mediating for a month…
“Because I spent most days darting from one thing to the next, I thought meditation would feel like a big waste of time. Instead, I realized how much my mind needs to rest. Meditation, in addition to being a way to tap into spirituality for some, is an opportunity to practice self-care“.
5. Your gratitude could be overflowing by the end of the month.
Kristen from lifegoalsmag.com tried out meditating for 30 days and she found she was accepting life in much healthier ways than ever before. Here’s what she had to say…
“Instead of taking time away, meditation gave me more inspiration to do things I love. I didn’t realize how much negativity and stress were eating away at both my mental and physical energy. I learned to be more grateful and accept failure in healthier ways“.
6. You’ll learn it takes time to get used too.
Amanda from runnersworld.com learned that it was okay to miss a few days if her body wasn’t feeling it. Here’s what she had to say after her experience meditating for 30 days straight…
“I learned meditation takes time. But it also teaches you to be more compassionate with yourself. So it taught me not to be hard on myself on the days I forgot or missed a meditation, and also not to be hard on myself when my body was fatigued“.
No matter what you do after trying meditation for 30 days, there are definitely some benefits and hey, at least you have a story to tell!
Do you meditate? What do you think are the pros and cons of your meditation practice? Comment below, I’d love to hear from you!
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Hi, my name is Rebecca and I am the face behind Everything Abode! I am a lifestyle and wellness writer based out of Vancouver Island. When I’m not writing or exploring mountains and beaches with my furry rescue, I love spending time learning creative ways to manifest a healthy home. Thanks for stopping by!
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