Gosh, I love meditating.
Usually I like to meditate 15 minutes before I start my day, and 10 minutes after my day is over and I am finally laying on my bed.
Sometimes I do it when I am on my way to work.
Its one of those things that if I don’t do it, I don’t feel right, or my day just doesn’t go as great as when I do meditate.
After I finished my acting school, I felt a bit all over the place and didn’t know how to center myself, my mind’s voice kept getting louder and louder, and I sensed I was all over the place spiritually (not a good feeling)
We used to do a lot of breathing exercises during class and I always felt like that would be a good routine for my day.
Also, I started reading Gabrielle Bernstein’s “The Universe has your Back” and through out it, she gives great meditation exercises.(An Affiliate link will be pasted below if interested for purchase)
I began watching videos on youtube and felt the necessity to perform meditating exercises before going to bed at first. It always became easier for me to pass out when I meditated, connecting my body to my breath and imagining my breathing was like the ocean near the beach, going out and coming in to touch the sand.
I was fascinated and I felt calmed and at peace before going to sleep.
But it wasn’t enough for me, I began my day feeling grumpy and in a rush, my thoughts were yelling at me from the minute I gained consciousness, and everything bothered me, it was frustrating
Then I decided to add it to my morning routine, before getting up and starting my day, I started to just meditate still on my bed, and it was an amazing decision!
Meditation for me is more of a necessity, my day just isn’t the same without it.
It keeps me sane.
I don’t get angry at people, I don’t expect things to go my way, I just feel zen! And if things get to me a little, If just goes through me like water.
If you want to keep your brain sane? Go lie down and trie to meditate.
Merry Christmas Everyone.
I’m an actress in pursuit of happiness and finding my truth. Through my writing I am able to release my thinking without being judged or having the need to impress people in this crazy world we’re living in. I hope that through my experience I inspire you to find your truth and version of happiness.