Meditating need not be overwhelming!

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Feel the air flow up your nostrils when you inhale. Slow it down, even it out, be your inhale.
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Yes, the mind, the cognitive engine wants to perform complex thought, wants to judge everyone and everything. The Ego desires control through constant input (thought, judgment).
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It takes practice for the mind to let go, to slow down, to be empty and focused on just an inhale.
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Instead of meditating for long periods, focus on a few breaths at a time.
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Meditating seems like a tremendous task only mastered by devout sages. Our connotation sees a monk hidden away in some cave for decades, practicing religiously.
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Mastering one breath seems a better alternative for us common folk.
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It is the same building block for all the sages and Buddhists monks.
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Taking action, even small action, separates those who succeed from those who suffer.
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Small daily action brings significant changes.
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