The Daily Calm – May 22nd, 2020

Today we’ll be talking about the importance of inner work. Let’s start by sitting on a cushion or chair or kneeling on a stool if that’s more comfortable.

It’s World Meditation Day. Don’t forget to breathe

I go hunting for podcasts. And in the era of Covid-19, there are a lot of great new podcasts to be had.

9 podcasts that can help soothe your coronavirus anxiety

Some of us are spending this time of social distancing alone, and some of us are crammed into houses full of people unable to get a moment to themselves.

Meditation is not a Solitary Practice

The practice of meditation has been around for thousands of years, incorporated into a multitude of spiritual practices, cultures, and religions.

These Different Forms Of Meditation Take Both Fresh & Traditional Approaches On An Ancient Practice

However, before delving into the how, why and when to utilise these coping mechanisms, it’s important to first iron out the differences between mindfulness and meditation as they shouldn’t be chalked up as the same thing.

The difference between mindfulness and meditation

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