Last year I attended a Vipassana Meditation retreat. It was a profound experience where I learned to observe the mind and thought patterns through meditation techniques. This process created less suffering and more happiness in my life! It was one of the best experiences of my life, and made me see the world from a completely different perspective. I’ve mentioned it a few times here and there, but yet to write a full blog on it.
I was excited when I met Michelle from A Pace of Balance, and we started discussing ideas for a guest post. She has a blog where she focuses on healthy living and fitness, and she shares her experiences and thoughts in her head as she trains for races.
We talked about ways to quiet the mind and I thought her blog would be a great space to share my experiences on how I learned to quiet the thoughts in the mind and work through difficult situations. It only takes 5 minutes a day!
Check out my post: Five Minutes A Day To A Quiet Mind on A Pace Of Balance, and while you’re there click around a little and see what you can learn from her experiences.
This picture was taken Christmas Day 2012 the night I first arrived in Joshua Tree. This is at the Joshua Tree Inn where Gram Parsons spent a lot of his time and eventually passed away. This is one of my favorite places in the world!
Click the picture to take you to the guest post!