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Japa Meditation, What to do next.


I want to welcome all of you who are new to this group. Since the Youvesion verse of the day feature, I’ve seen so many of you join and go through the Japa Meditation course.



I’m so proud of you and the courage it takes to do something new.


I know how hard this can be.


I’ve battled with anxiety.


I’ve battled with trauma wounds and scars. It sucks. It’s not easy.


But, moving from fear into love and peace is not impossible.


Why?


Because God is love and what is love?


Love is patient, kind, keeps no record of wrongs, rejoices in truth, and believes.


Meditation connects you back to the source of everything you desire.


As a coach, one of the most impactful things I can do is to challenge you. I’d like to bring three challenges your way.


You may have completed the Japa Course, felt great, but then continue in your old habits and ways.


In order for you to achieve new results, you need to do some new things.


#1 Consistency


My challenge is for you to add meditation into your schedule daily. A mentor of mine used to tell me to start meditating while driving.


Ha, not WHILE you’re driving but while you are waiting at a stop light. Think of all the stoplights you encounter in the day.


20 seconds here, 30 seconds there, and before you know it, you’ve meditated for 10 minutes. Simply close your eyes, and use Japa Meditation to breathe, and meditate on the Lord’s Prayer.


#2 Set a Date


If you don’t set a date when you are going to begin, it’s a dream, not a goal. I’m a huge advocate of starting things on Mondays.


Think about the date you are going to start. Visualize the date, remind yourself of the date, and stick to it. As you create these small wins, your new habit will begin to form and build momentum.


#3 Get Accountable


Who is in your corner and checking in with you on your meditation practice? Is it your spouse, partner, or co-worker? Who will walk alongside you on this journey?


Take some time now and think about who that person will be. Contact them now and get them in your corner. If you want to achieve new results, you will need to do HARD things. You will need to do different things. You will need to own it.


# Bonus


Set reminders in your phone, or stick post-it notes around your house or car. Allow your eyes to see the notes and meditation reminders. They will draw you into this new habit.


And why is this new habit important?


Meditation is proven to do the following:

  • Reduce stress and anxiety.

  • Increase focus and concentration.

  • Boost mood and emotional well-being.

  • Increase self-awareness and self-compassion.

  • Improve overall health, and sleep.


I know you want to grow. You wouldn’t have come this far to only come this far.


You know your life is valuable.


You know you don’t want to live below your best.


I’m here to remind you of the genius that you are.


I hope you accept my challenge so you can grow to new levels and heights.


Ephesians 3:20 says, Now all glory to God, who is able, through his mighty power at work within us, to accomplish infinitely more than we might ask or think.


I’m rooting for you, and praying with you.


**If you are serious about getting through this season, and you want to talk about what that could look like, let me know. I have a couple of openings for new clients who want to invest in their greatness.


***For business owners needing help, let me know. I’d love to learn more about what you are working on and your goals. This could look more like an advisor for you to increase revenue, time, influence, and peace.


Plus, whenever you are ready - here are 4 more ways you can drastically improve your mindset, increase your revenue as a high performer and look good doing it.

  1. My latest devotional, Think and Grow Wise on Youversion

  2. 1-1 Coaching with me. (Think partnership, trusted advisor)

  3. Coaching devotionals

  4. Grow Podcast

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