As people grow up and become older their perspectives begin to shift, focusing more upon material things. So here are three mini-meditations, moments to just stop and breathe and remember why you are here.
Mini-meditations can be done at the doctor’s office, walking down the street, at an airport, standing at a bus stop, in an elevator, while sitting in the bathroom (often the only place you can be alone!). If you are at work, then use your lunch hour to find a quiet spot, perhaps in a park, or even in the office if everyone else has gone out.
As you walk down the street or ride in an elevator, practice a mini-loving kindness by silently wishing everyone be well, wishing that everyone be happy.
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A moment to check yourself out, to look within, and to find what is really meaningful to you. Silently count your out- breath up to ten times, or walk with awareness of each step for up to ten steps. If you are traveling then use that time to consciously breathe, letting your awareness follow your breath from the nose tip to your belly and back out again.
In the office you can spend a few moments repeating the names of everyone you work with and wishing them happiness. While there are other ways to do this, meditation can effectively be used as a focused reminder to help keep your vibration high when you are busy thinking about work, kids, and dinner.
Did you ever notice the small, everyday miracles, like the fact that you can breathe in and out?
On your way home from work reflect on your day and generate loving thoughts to all those you met. As you walk become aware of your walking, of the movement of your body and the rise and fall of your feet.

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When you send out relaxing and loving thoughts it relaxes the space around you and often any chaotic or disturbing energies will dissipate. Become aware of your breath and see if you can bring both your breathing and your walking together.
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