I’m a student of the art of meditation and have been for a long time. I’ve been meditating for 30 days, twice a week, and it has definitely been a big part of my mental health and wellbeing. I’m also a big fan of doing my own thing, just to keep the day alive. So, I’ve decided to challenge myself to do the same with my own life.
This is a 30 day meditation challenge.
For 30 days I’ll be doing something I’ve always done: walking. I’ll walk 30 minutes a day for 30 days. I’ve found that doing this actually makes me more productive and makes me happier. I’ll also be spending time with my friends, reading, writing, and doing whatever I normally would do when I was not meditating.
The idea is that by spending time alone, you’re not able to let your mind wander and forget about your meditation. In order to achieve this you’ll need to make a big commitment to your life and it will take some serious dedication. This really is a great exercise for anyone, especially those who struggle with a lot of things.
As it turns out, the Meditation Challenge is actually two things: a way for you to put your meditation practice into action and a way to have a contest. The first is the main “game” aspect of the Meditation Challenge. The second is really just a way for you to encourage people to join you in your meditation. Its goal is to reach a minimum of 90% completion within 30 days.
The first part of the Meditation Challenge is similar to a normal game. After you’re done meditating, you can go back and replay your sessions. The second part of the challenge is a real challenge that you should do at least once a week. It’s about keeping track of how long your sessions took, which of your sessions were the hardest, and how many days you completed a session that was easy.
The other problem with this challenge is that it can be very hard to keep track of your progress during the month, so if your goal is 90% of your sessions being easy and only 10% being hard, you should keep track of your progress by recording every session you complete. This is very likely to make your meditation seem harder than it actually is, but I think the overall effect of this challenge is much more fun.
There are a lot of meditation challenges out there, and I do like this one. The goal of this challenge is to meditate for 30 consecutive days, and then to write a diary about the best 30 days of your meditation experience. You’ll be using a “daily review” tool to track your progress, but you’ll also be able to see how your meditation made you feel. This will be a fun and effective way to track your progress as well.
The challenge has been active for three months now, and there have already been more than 300 entries so far. The first 30 days of meditations have done great since they include a lot of “what did I do to make myself feel that way?” kind of meditation questions.