Meditate and Rejuvenate
Breathe in!!! 1,2,3 Breathe out 1,2,3….. Now, don’t you feel a little more relaxed? Well, if not, there are other ways to become rejuvenated. How do you meditate? Is it with a drink, a warm blanket, do you get rejuvenated from a fruit? Or, could it be a quick workout to bring a spring to your step? Whatever your way may be, here are a few more to do if you are not already using them.
1) Prayer- The best meditation is prayer. Take time to focus on God and his goodness along with each accomplishment that he has allowed you to make happen! Talking to God can really give you strength and center you and your day because you took the time or a small minute to acknowledge Him in your time of meditation.
2) Power nap- A power nap can be just the name it was given. When you shut down in your mind from concentrating and thinking all day, every day, give yourself some time to power down or even take a small nap that will allow your brain waves to come to an ease. Daily, a power nap is well needed due to so much that we try to handle and get done in one day. If you don’t have time for a power nap, remember, just power down and allow yourself to reflect.
3) Peace- Park -Each- Act- Concerning- Earth outside of your mind and gain peace. When you are peaceful, you are rejuvenated, simply because no one is there to disrupt your peace that you have entered into. Peace is a calming that is hard to regain once you allow the wrong company to come into your circle. This important tool is valuable. Do not allow anything to distract that comfort that it brings to your mind, home, and life.
Take these three P’s and see how they work for you!
I am Lakeisha Henson, writer of this article.
- Lakeisha Henson