Try Our One Minute 52 Week Meditation Challenge


Want to really support sustainable positive change in terms of your stress levels?

Try our One Minute 52 Week Meditation Challenge!

Start today. Start right now.

All you have to commit to is being mindful for one minute at a time. You can use the breath as the object of your attention, or physical sensations in a small part of the body, or even listening to the sounds around you. The trick is to allow yourself to rest in awareness, on purpose and without judgements. Just observe.

Practicing this way helps us develop our ability to be fully present, accepting rather than resisting what is. This leads to greater happiness, balance, flexibility, compassion and health and much more. Taking even short breaks allows the mind and body to settle down, reducing blood pressure, lowering levels of stress hormones, reducing inflammation. We also do better at work because we are cultivating our capacity to focus, to attend to what is happening on a moment by moment basis.

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In week one, meditate for one minute, twice a day. That’s it!

In week two, two minutes.

Week three, practice for three minutes…

…and so on, moving more mindfully through the year.

We’re here to support you. So, when you do your minute(s) let us know!

If you’re on Twitter, send us a Tweet @CalmChicago. On Facebook? Let us know there.
Just use #OneMinuteMeditationChallenge in your post or Tweet.

We’ll share tips to help keep you going and applaud your milestones. Have questions? We’ll do our best to answer them.

Ready? Let’s go.

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Author: Hillary Johnson

Improvisational documentary and fine art photographer.

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