28-day meditation challenge

Laura Paskell-Brown is active in Women of Spirit and Faith. She is studying for a PhD and lives next to a very noisy road in Brooklyn, New York.

Sharon Salzberg

During the month of February, Sharon Salzberg, author of Real Happiness: The Power of Meditation: A 28-Day Program, is inviting anyone who wants to try, to participate in the meditation program she has laid out in her book.

I first heard about this 28-day meditation challenge on January 29th. It begins today. I don’t have the book or the accompanying CD yet. In fact my laptop CD drive is broken. Great start. But I do have the will. And as any good girl knows, where there’s a will…there’s an ego that needs some serious meditation.

So I’m taking on the challenge. It won’t be the first time I’ve meditated (I’ve done so every morning for the last two years). But it will be the first time I’ve blogged about it. I’ll be meditating every day and blogging about it every week.

Looking forward to sharing the highs, the lows, and the bits where I want to tear my own skin off.

Let the challenge begin.

Laura

 

p.s Given that this is a collective blog, if you want to join me, please send 300-700 words about your own experience of the challenge to our Divine Feminine email: divine.feminine.wsf@gmail.com . Please include a one-sentence bio and a picture of yourself. Blessings to all.

 

  • http://www.womenspiritandfaith.com Lana Dalberg

    Laura, I’ll be meditating, too! Holding you in lovingkindness…

  • http://www.gurumantrasound.com/ Steven jones

    Meditation is not a challenge but reaching the other point of the bridge through it is the greatest one. There are many ways to reach but I found a way through a website called gurumantra sound. The songs listed in it does provide a mindfulness relaxation.


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