Are You Living the Life of Your Dreams?
Kitty J. Boitnott, Ph.D., NBCT
Certified Life Strategies & Stress Management Coach
I am a fan of Oprah Winfrey's and I also follow the work of Deepak Chopra. They have collaborated over the years on a joint mission to help spread an understanding of the benefits of meditation. I am a fretful meditator. It is hard for me to stop doing long enough to just sit still and BE in a 20 minute meditation. I know its benefits...I am just so BUSY!
Having recognized my own deficiencies in this area, I do attempt to meditate on a regular basis because I know it does, in fact, offer true benefits. Research points to the fact that a practice of meditation can lead to slower heart rates, a feeling of being more grounded and at peace, and it helps us as we go through our days.
I am currently participating in the latest meditation series that Oprah and Deepak are promoting. Today is Day 5. As I was getting ready to click on the day's meditation, I noticed an article link entitled, "5 Steps to Living Your Dreams."
As I read the article, I decided that it would be a good thing to share with the readers of my newsletter. Since I can't add to the message, I simply offer the link for you here.
I hope you will take the time to read the article and consider how you can be living the life of your dreams if you aren't already (which I sincerely hope you are). If you are anything less than happy, I urge you to embrace the message offered here.
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