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Day Seven

integration day


Congratulations on completing
week one!


  1. How would you rate your effort this week? Are you satisfied or do you feel you’d like to do better next week?
  2. What got in the way of your practice (if anything)?
  3. What could you do differently next week to support your practice?

Remember your intention for signing up. If you’ve not already completed your intention guide, you can do that now. As Elizabeth Lesser says in her interview (which is coming up!): “Always ask yourself...why am I doing this?” to check your intention. Intention is so important.”

The month is going to pass quickly. I invite you to truly commit to practising so you can experience the benefits that come from regular practice. If you don’t feel you’ve committed yourself fully so far, that’s totally okay. Without judging yourself for this past week, just set a new intention now to give it your all in the coming weeks. 

Today, visit the MEDITATIONS page and choose whichever meditation you've enjoyed or benefited from the most during this week, and practise it again today. 

Just like any skill you’re trying to master, you need to practise the same thing many times in order to really integrate the learning.

If you want to become an expert musician, you need to practise the same scales over and over so your fingers get better at managing increasingly complex music. 

Meditation is no different! Don’t expect to be an expert in your first week.

As you practise the same thing over, the brain starts to develop new neural pathways.

To develop better focus and greater self awareness through mindfulness, you need to get very familiar with the guided meditations so that they become second nature.

So today, you’re invited to choose any practice you received this week and try it again.  Notice how each time you sit to meditate, the inner landscape will be different even though the guidance may be the same. 

Some days the mind is calm, some days it’s so busy you can barely stay focused for one breath.

Mindfulness meditation isn’t about creating any particular state of being, but rather becoming more aware of what is happening internally and externally from moment to moment.

In many ways mindfulness is really simple, but just like any skill it takes practise to master it.

Don’t forget this campaign is all about doing something good for yourself and helping transform the lives of others. Share our donations page whenever you can so that we can collectively bring safe, clean drinking water to people who need it the most. 

To help keep you motivated for the coming week, we’ve put together a little book for you featuring quotes from this week, along with some key meditation tips. 

MIM2020 Week 1 Inspiration Book

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