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I meditate daily.

I set aside time each day for stillness and contemplation. I maintain a consistent meditation practice. I block out time on my schedule and develop a routine that works for me. I may meditate in the morning as soon as I wake up or in the evening after I return home from work.

To prepare for each session, I create a welcoming environment and limit distractions. I put aside concerns about deadlines at work and chores at home. I turn off my phone and laptop. I shut out background noise.

I start out small. I respect my limits. Five minutes spent meditating with strong concentration is more productive than five hours of letting my mind wander.

I experiment with different methods. One day I may follow my breath in and out, and another day I may chant a mantra. Sometimes I read poetry or scriptures, and sometimes I explore my own thoughts.

I let go of expectations. I appreciate each session without clinging to a specific outcome.

I share my practice with others. Having a meditation instructor or buddy makes me feel more accountable.

I enjoy greater peace and happiness. I am motivated to meditate regularly because I see how it enhances my life. I grow stronger and more resilient. I feel sharper and more connected.

Today, I look forward to sitting down to breathe and reflect. I make my meditation practice automatic by turning it into a daily habit.

Self-Reflection Questions:

1. Why is it important for me to be consistent about my meditation practice? 2. What is my main reason for meditating? 3. How can I fit meditation into my daily schedule?

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