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August 2, 2017

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Filed under: John Morgan's Blog — John Morgan @ 2:11 am

ThinkingThe following is a conscious meditation that can be done anytime, anywhere. You can be driving in the car, washing the dishes, mowing the lawn or relaxing in your favorite position.

It’s easy to do and the benefits are calming. Here is the meditation: When you catch yourself inside your head having a conversation or catch yourself in a thought loop, just say the following to yourself, “I’m in my head.”

When you notice yourself thinking and acknowledge that you’re in your head, you create a pause in your thinking and create some space in your mind where peace of mind can now enter.

This is a meditation that’s beneficial to repeat anytime you catch yourself in your head. Each time you do the meditation, you create calm and space. At first, you may notice the peace lasting for only seconds. But with repeated application, you increase the time you experience quiet serenity.

Our thinking goes on all day long and we rarely notice that it’s happening. It goes on unchecked and is an insidious drain of energy.

Yes, some things have to be thought through or consciously assessed but that only takes a short amount of time compared to the amount of time we spend in our head.

“I’m in my head” creates an interruption of your thinking. It’s truly the pause that refreshes. It’s a meditation anyone can do and it removes you from your mental stew.

All the best,

John



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