Choose to Stop Hurting Yourself This Way

Choose to Stop Hurting Yourself This Way

June 18, 20241 min read

Many of us stop meditating when life improves and it stops hurting so much. 

When we get busy with the new opportunities unfolding and the meditation practice gets put aside, the analytical mind slowly and insidiously slips in and takes control, often without us even knowing it.

With 15,000 thoughts generated within the mind a day, it is easy to see how the old habits of thought could return without the daily reconnection to the God of your understanding.

For many, it starts with a random concern about whether to trust something or not, which triggers an attempt to control things, causing emotional addictions to become activated and we find ourselves once again living in a state of survival.

A common result of this type of slip is some form of self-deprivation that feels like lack or “not enough” in some way.  Reassure yourself this dissatisfaction serves you as the catalyst to return to meditation, where you soothe the survival mind and once again successfully quiet the analytical mind.

These interruptions in your peaceful progress are an unnecessary self-imposed delay and a “heads up” to “tune-up” your day-to-day creative practices.

By reactivating a sustainable meditation practice, inner harmony allows your intuition to be your guide.  There is no need to live with the ups and downs that come with unconsciously causing your own self-deprivation.

Join me for a 6-week fast track back to a sustainable meditation practice and the inner peace and harmony that co-exists with quieting your mind and living intuitively.

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Jodi Hinkle

With 20+ years in Corporate America, Jodi’s decision to embrace the creation of HerQuest is the cumulative result of her professional experience in developing strategic business relationships and her personal desire to Empower Women.

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