I have written a few posts about the 21-day meditation challenge offered by The Chopra Center. It is a great way to begin a routine to practice slowing down the fast-paced mind and remembering what is important to you. This challenge spans for 21-days and takes approximately 20 minutes per day.
So how does it work? Well, I have added the link to the website at the end of this post. The link will send you to the registration page where you can provide your e-mail address, or sign-up via Facebook. Then each day, The Chopra Center will send you a special guided meditation to listen to when you take a break from your busy life.
Go ahead and give it a try! Think about it; the worst that can happen is NOT RECEIVING 21 free, guided meditations. But if you are still uncertain about finding time to devote to this challenge or whether meditation is for you, just sign-up to receive the e-mails and decide later.
Here is the link and enjoy the challenge. ~Christine
I have been an advocate for the 21-day meditation challenge that is provided by The Chopra Center. On March 11, a special challenge will be offered with special guest, Oprah Winfrey. I am incredibly excited to take part in this meditation, and I encourage all readers to try this out. When you click here to read my previous posts about this fabulous meditation challenge, you will learn how little time it takes to clear your mind. Just a small amount of time dedicated to yourself will help make the rest of your 16 hours in your day better.
Please click on this link to join!
Although I am a Reiki Master and have realized this energy healing technique suits me, I am also open to trying different techniques. One such technique and healing modalities is called meditation.
Last week was the beginning of the 21-day meditation challenge offered through the Chopra Center. I have introduced previous 21-day meditation challenges on my older posts. But tonight, I was reminded that I needed to create a new post inviting readers to register for this challenge. Although the meditation challenge is currently underway, I believe you still can register to begin your own challenge even if you didn’t start during the official Day 1.
The current meditation focuses on love and the heart. And so far, I feel the positive effects more than I have before. Register for this challenge, it only takes 15-20 minutes a day.