5 Easy Ways to Start Meditating

Meditation. It is for everyone, whether you know it yet or not. This guide will help you find a place for you to begin, even if you think you can't meditate. A word that is so simple, yet complex in many ways. When you look up the word "Meditation" on Merriam-Webster this is the definitions you get: : to engage in contemplation or reflection: to engage in mental exercise (such as concentration on one's breathing or repetition of a mantra) for the purpose of reaching a heightened level of spiritual awareness Easy enough, right? In other words, meditation is a way to think a…

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Finding the Root

When we pull weeds, we find the root and dig it up. Getting the root ensures that we are less likely to encounter the weed again. Tearing the source of the weed away from its comfortable space and starving it from the nutrients it needs to live, destroys the control it holds over the garden. Trauma is like a weed living in our personal garden. It takes up space that was meant for blooming and growth. In my childhood, there wasn’t a lot of stability. There was a lot of chaos from the beginning. After a trauma at 4 years…

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Hate

Hate. It is an emotion that we are told not to feel, not to say, not to acknowledge. The dark side of human nature that we should supposedly turn a blind eye to because if we were to acknowledge hate then we are admitting that we have darkness within ourselves. We are taught to love, to be kind, to be caring, to be honest, to be light. Love is in all things, but hate? Hate can't be acknowledged or seen, because hate is darkness. But how is it possible to have light without some sort of darkness? Even the sun…

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Check the Pockets

I washed my husband's AirPods that were left in his pockets for the 3rd time today (Sorry Babe). As a Stay-at-Home mom and wife, I have made it my responsibility to do the laundry for my family most of the time. Now, this isn't because "I'm a woman" or "It's my job", no, I do it because it makes our lives easier, and simply because I am home. My husband checks pockets before laundry most of the time, but checking pockets is something I don't do, I actually refuse to do. I empty mine before I put my pants in…

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