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Have You Mastered It Yet?
Or, have you tried it?
The Mayo clinic defines meditation as....
"It can produce a deep state of relaxation and a tranquil mind"
"During meditation, you focus your attention and eliminate the stream of jumbled thoughts that may be crowding your mind and causing stress. This process may result in enhanced physical and emotional well-being".
Meditation is also known to help the following:
Reduces Stress. Stress reduction is one of the most common reasons people try meditation. ...
Controls Anxiety. Less stress translates to less anxiety. ...
Promotes Emotional Health. ...
Enhances Self-Awareness. ...
Lengthens Attention Span. ...
May Reduce Age-Related Memory Loss. ...
May Help Fight Addictions.
I have to be honest, I have not tried it and I know as I get older, I need to for most of the above reasons. In particular, I wake up, nightly, in the middle of night, for a bathroom break, I find myself "deep in thought" about a bunch of useless things that have gone on or could go on in my life" 🤣🤣
I'm great with the "what ifs" I have run through all the potential scenarios of a particular issue or problem.
Does this sound familiar?
So, meditation is something I need to start before my birthday, in September. One of my sisters has been doing it for years and says it's made an incredible difference for her.
Ok, wish me luck!
Who's going to try it with me?
#meditation #mindset #mindfullness #sleep #menopause #anxiety #attentionspan #seewhatshecando
Attention all high school and post-secondary school athletes. Want to learn new ways and strategies to overcome and work through the self-doubts and negative thoughts that can get in the way of reaching your full potential as an athlete? Then plan to attend Lead Thru Sport's Pivot. Don't Pause. Series webinar "Overcoming Self-Limiting Beliefs". Scheduled for this Thursday from 7-8pm, listen as Ultramarathoner and Coach Melissa Gosse will walk through how to get out of your own and realize your best self. #seewhatshecando #LeadThruSport #BeYourBestSelf
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Gather your kids and watch this 60-minute special in support of Kids Help Phone by Unsinkable on CTV or online at 1pm this Friday May 22! This is for anyone that is missing their friends, their sports team, their prom. Don’t miss this one-hour music special to thank youth across Canada for doing their part by staying in. Make sure to subscribe here https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEIRDYVDl0iQkV62Qip2yNQ?view_as=subscriber so you don't miss it! Young people have missed out on SO much during COVID-19. Hosted by Silken Laumann and Maitreyi Ramakrishnan, you'll enjoy special appearances by Johnny Orlando, The Reklaws, Lennon Stella, and many more!
RT @NDurandBush Help us launch this study with @ownthepodium, @MitacsCanada, @uOttawaHK, @ccmhs_ccsms & @RyersonU to help sport leaders develop policies & resources to preserve athletes' mental health! The more voices we hear, the more we will understand & put in place appropriate supports🥇 https://t.co/nS3V6l1Hvm
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RT @SIRCtweets RETURN TO PLAY. How some sports in the #NWT have been impacted by the pandemic so far, & how they’re adapting to new restrictions. @nwtrpa @SportNorth https://t.co/5NBcF05nBj
Happy Tuesday! Another episode is out today, and this time we talk to Dr. Fiona Lovely about her work with concussions and women’s health and medicine. You’ll learn lots in this one, so check out the links in the bio to tune in! 💪🧠 #episode #podcast #pod #womeninspiringwomen #womeninsports #canadian #girls #women #canada #community #concussion #womenshealth #health #seewhatshecando #SWSCD
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