Updated: Aug 3
There’s a point in my meditation where my mind begins to speak louder than my body. I hit a wall or point of frustration and I begin to doubt, judge and question my meditative practice.
Exploring this crossroad has been life-changing for me and I’m excited to share why in this episode.
Meditation frustration is absolutely necessary if we are to explore new possibilities and move to a higher state of being. When we stay, we are saying yes to something different and something bigger than the acceptance of who we were before we started our meditation.
Our role in meditation is to meet the invisible wall and frustration where it is and stay. This is the action that leads us to create real change in our lives. It is in these exact moments where we’re on the cusp of something far far bigger.
Next time you sit down to meditate, whether you’re new to the craft or a seasoned meditator, sit down with the intention to get up as a bigger version of the you who sat down.
Allow your meditation to be more urgent than the tasks at hand (because it is). Allow your frustration to lead you to a frequency that will take care of every single one of those tasks, and from a higher state of being.