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Why You Should Meditate At The Same Time Each Day

Why should you meditate at the same time each day? Meditation is kind of like exercising as you know it’s good for you, and you know it makes you feel better once complete. The thing is building up the motivation to get started can often be work in itself! Meditation is globally recognized for its amazing benefits in physical and mental health. The process of going within can help us to center, move through anxiety, and develop a deeper connection with ourselves (something many of us push to the back burner). Did you know that meditation can also help to strengthen our spiritual relationships and enhance our intuition? To get the most out of your meditations, you should be practicing consistently!

Meditating at the same time each day has 3 significant benefits!

#1 You will create a healthy habit when you meditate around the same time each day.

Routine routine routine! If you’ve ever been a coaching client of mine, then you know that it doesn’t matter if we are working on developing your intuitive side, doing life coaching, or working on your business one of the first things I ask is “what is your morning routine?”

I am a firm believer that self-discipline equals self-love. When you show up for yourself in a healthy way consistently, this tells your mind that you’re committed to yourself and your happiness. This means that you get to create a daily routine (preferably in the morning) that allows you the space to focus on yourself, get clear, and set high-vibin’ intentions for the day!

Habits are formed by the repetition of an action until the brain is basically on autopilot to do the task at hand. Most times, we think of habits as being negative things, but we can take a harmful habit and replace it with something healthier and more positive. This is how we retrain and rewire our brains and mindset! It is also how we start to be response-able for our lives, emotions, and actions.

Meditating at the same time each day, whether it is first thing in the morning or on your lunch break, creates a lasting habit.

After just one week of meditating at the same time each day, getting into that zen-like and the receptive state becomes more natural and you will feel less resistance. Why? Because at that point, your brain starts to recognize this new pattern and signals to you, “this is what we do now,” and your body will naturally follow suit! Pretty cool, right?

I used to meditate in my car every single day at lunch, even if I only had 10 minutes when I was in the corporate world. Let me tell you, after a month and a half, I would sit down close my eyes, and without even thinking about it, visions would start flooding my third eye. I would go into a deep trance almost instantly, and it was amazing. Give it a try!

#2 You create the “me time” you’ve been searching for when you meditate at the same time every day!

Listen y’all I’ve been a coach and mentor for a while now, and I love it! I’ve worked with people from all walks of life and there is a common issue that comes up with almost every client I have. They say this…

“I would love to find some me time and focus on self-love, but I honestly don’t have the time.”

No. No. No. No. No! This is not accurate, and it’s not the truth, so quit telling yourself this story! You have time to focus on yourself. You really do, but it might mean shifting your day a bit or waking up earlier. Sorry, not sorry. A true friend speaks up and holds you accountable to get you out of your own way. Guess what? You found her, congrats, I am happy to help!

Most of us have a tendency to put ourselves last, but if you want to create a better life for yourself or anyone else around you, then you better fill your cup up first. You have GOT to find time for yourself. It’s imperative to your soul. Telling yourself you don’t have 1 hour per day for yourself is the equivalent of saying that you just don’t matter. For the love of Jimmy Choo’s please find some time for yourself each day!

Meditation may be the best way to show yourself some love!

When you consistently show up for yourself and give yourself the space to just be, you strengthen your bond with your higher-self. The stronger that bond, the more comfortable life seems to get, and the more confident you feel.

Meditate at the same time each day for 15-30 minutes, and I promise you will start to see the benefits ripple out into your physical world, including your relationships with others. Remember to give yourself some grace, some space, and a bit of time to nourish your mind body and spirit. If you can do this for 30 days, you will begin to see everything else start to fall into place!

#3 Your spirit team will know when to show up if you meditate at the same time each day!

Now that we’ve got the scientific explanations and health benefits out of the way, let’s talk about the fun stuff! Getting closer with your spirit guides, angels, and higher-self!

When you show up to the same spot, and around the same time each day, you begin to create a type of energy vortex. Stick with me here…. As I mentioned in reason number one, as you create the habit of meditating at the same time each day, your brain will start to pull you in that direction, making it much easier to get into the trance-like state and receptive mode.

When you are in the receptive mode (or a very high vibration), it’s much easier for you to connect with your spirit team!

The more you consistently invite in your team to meditate with you, they too are trained to meet you at the specific time and place. Think of it as having a standing daily date with your bestie! You both show up at the same time, no questions asked.

As mentioned in the intuitive development course, the more you acknowledge the guidance and signs given to you, the more you will be provided. It works with daily mediation, as well! When you create a sacred meeting space for you and your spirit team to connect, the easier it will be for them to show up and provide you more and more insight!

Daily meditation has many many benefits, but retraining your brain, having a more positive mindset, developing a stronger connection with the self and spirit are at the top of the list!

If you’re wondering how to cultivate a daily meditation practice you can start here with my free meditation series!

Intuitive Development And Progression is also a stellar way to develop your connection with the self, find ease in your day, and change your life for the better!

Talk soon!

Love, Ashley

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