Herewith the invitation from the Chopra Centre to join in the
21-Day Meditation Challenge
It started on 16 July – BUT its never too late to join in today !
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|Fall in love with life. Join us for the Free to Love Chopra Center 21-Day Meditation Challenge™!
Are you ready for more enlightened relationships, healthier self-esteem, and genuine unconditional love?
This summer, we want to invite our beloved Chopra Center family to be part of our best meditation challenge experience yet – Free to Love.
Discover the relationships you have always dreamed of. Experience emotional healing, removing the sub-conscious thought patterns that prevent you from successful, loving connections. Learn to live in a loving state of grace. Expand your consciousness to a new level and see the world through the eyes of an open heart.
Starting Monday, July 16, this life-changing journey is free to all who register and we encourage you to invite your friendsand loved ones to experience:
* Daily meditations guided by Deepak Chopra and other Chopra Center
Master Meditation Teachers
* Practical tips and wisdom to assist you in creating lasting
change through meditation
* A worldwide community of like-minded individuals
exploring the gifts of meditation
The theme of the Meditation Challenge is “Free to Love.” Week One is Your Pathway to Freedom – when we uncover and release any thought patterns or beliefs that prevent us from living and loving fully. Week Two is Healing the Heart, where we explore the multi-dimensional aspects of love – gratitude, joy, romance, and intuition. In our final week together, a blissful transformation unfolds, revealing a love unlike anything you have ever experienced.
There is no charge to participate in this amazing journey. Sign up now for the Chopra Center 21-Day Meditation Challenge™ to receive your welcome information and fall in love with life!
The Chopra Center
If you haven’t experienced the gifts of meditation in depth. .
a new world of awareness, deep peace, and healing awaits you.
Meditation is both a tool and a pathway. It’s a tool that gives you many physical and emotional benefits, including stress relief, heightened creativity, better sleep, improved mood, and age reversal – to name just a few. Meditation is also a pathway to discovering who we are as we connect with our spiritual essence.
Here are a few tips from Deepak Chopra to
begin your exploration of meditation
with the Chopra Center . .
* Where to Meditate
Since these are guided meditations, you can plug in, close your eyes, and go within in any safe place you choose where you will not be disturbed.
* When to Meditate
Morning and evening coincide with our body’s quieter rhythms. Our body knows how to be still; we just have to give it opportunity. Studies show that routines begun in the morning last the longest, but any time you look forward to meditating is the right time.
* Body Position
Being comfortable is most important. It is preferable to sit up straight on the floor or on a chair to help cultivate alertness, but if you are ill or need to lie down, that is fine. The mind has been conditioned to sleep when the body is lying down so you may feel sleepier. Your hands can relax on your lap, palms up or any way that you feel most open.
Thoughts will inevitably drift in and dance around your mind, but that’s normal. Don’t try to do anything with them – let them be. If you find yourself thinking about what’s passing through your mind, just return to focusing your awareness on the mantra or your breath – you will soon slip into the space between thoughts.
When we pay attention to our breath, we are in the present moment. In an unforced, natural rhythm, allow your breath to flow in and out, easily and effortlessly.
* Meditation Length
The effects of meditation are cumulative, and setting aside as little as 15 minutes a day to retreat and rejuvenate is beneficial. Many schools of meditation prescribe 30 minutes of meditation twice a day, and as your meditation practice evolves, you can extend your time. It’s better to spend just a few minutes meditating every day rather than meditating for an hour a week.
ENJOY – NAMASTE