happiness challenge may

 

For those who are not aware, this year I am embarking on a happiness project. In January, I sang every day with S. In February, I attempted to address my health and fitness. In March I worked on gratitude, and in April I said hello to strangers.

I was having a little trouble deciding on a Happiness Project for May. Lots of people offered suggestions, but nothing really appealed to me. Then, a client I’ve worked with for a long time sent me details of a blog she wanted me to write. It was about meditation. I remembered that a long while ago, I learned primordial sound meditation. When I began, I committed to meditating every day for 21 days, in order to form a habit.  I ended up meditating daily for several months, and noticed a marked effect on my mood and general wellbeing. Then I stopped, for no discernible reason – and I’ve never really picked it up properly again.

 

So now is the time to begin again. There are 31 days in May, and I intend to meditate each day of the month. I know that meditation makes me calmer, more able to deal with stress, and generally happier… I look forward to ending the month on a much happier note!

 

 


Vicky Charles

Vicky is a single mother, writer and card reader.

4 Comments

Hannah Budding Smiles · 01/05/2015 at 19:37

Good luck lovely, meditation is such a wonderful thing, I should try to do it again too. I hope you feel the benefits xx #WeekendBlogHop

    Vicky Charles · 02/05/2015 at 09:52

    Thanks! It helped me through a hard day yesterday so I’m hopeful!

Littleoandme · 02/05/2015 at 14:45

I tried meditation last year, just with an app. I did notice a difference I felt much calmer and lighter. I really should get back into it again. Good luck and I look forward to hearing how you get on :)
Popping over from the #weekendbloghop
Becky xx

    Vicky Charles · 02/05/2015 at 15:45

    Thanks Becky, which app did you use? I use Insight Timer to time my meditations.

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