I’m not very good at meditating probably because I’m not very good at sitting still. Every single damn time somebody would mention the word ‘meditation’ I’d roll the eyes in the back of my head – I envied those who could meditation. I wish I had their determination, strength, will power… stamina. I saw people change their lives with meditation yet it was all a little too much for my exploding mind. Truth told, I had very little desire to meditate because it seemed so flipping hard but always happy to pile more on my plate. Always.
I was lucky enough to be introduced to Emily Fletcher, a now friend who helps people ‘do les to achieve more.’ I’ve shared her with you before here. With my rapidly ever growing plate that I seemed determine to keep piling up I realised something had to change and she gave me answers. I knew meditation was part of the answer yet I wasn’t disciplined enough to do it because my simple brain thought meditation was about powering it all down, quietening the mind, pulling out the plug and disconnecting and if I couldn’t do that, then I was failing at meditation. Plus, that just didn’t appeal to me.