It’s never too late to start something new!
You have the chance to start something new – big or small. So be curious. The little voices in your head may pipe up with fears and excuses.
- You’ll not be able to rise to the challenge
- You’re ‘not good enough’
- There’s not time!
- It just won’t be possible to stick to it
Notice your negative thoughts
You are aware of these negative voices, but you’re going ahead anyway. Do it! You’ve got nothing to lose!
Notice where you are now. And if you choose to take on this challenge, look at where you might arrive further down the line. What benefits might there be?
Start something new – a Mindfulness Course!
An example might be when you are making a decision to make a commitment to a course of some kind.
They know that what they’d like to feel is greater calm or to be able to manage negative thoughts.
Is this you?
Once doubts have been allayed, you can set your intention and begin.
You make a commitment to yourself to sign up and schedule it into the diary.
This is something for you.
Put your mental health and physical wellbeing first.
Be willing to give something new a go!
For something like a Mindfulness & Meditation Course, you will need to set aside some time each day to do what needs to be done – mindful tips and simple exercises. There are numerous benefits, which you can check out here.
Part of valuing yourself is to schedule as little as a daily 10 minutes to sit in stillness and breathe. Whatever the daily challenge is, do it each day with a sense of curiosity and learning.
You’ll find that you are gently introducing simple yet profound new habits.
Whatever you choose, don’t be afraid to start something new
You will discover that numerous things have emerged on the way. Strengths and abilities that you had no idea would appear. You’ve acquired new and useful skills.
Start something new! No regrets!
And if you’re interested:
6-Week Course in Mindfulness & Meditation: Live from your Heart starts 23 May 2019
Mindfulness and Meditation Coach at Place of Serenity
This blog post has been updated since it’s first publication in November 2014