Mindfulness Meditation: Find Your Aspiration

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One-Minute Mindfulness Exercise: Find Your Aspiration or Intention

Simply ask yourself this question: What is my heart’s aspiration/intention?

Pause for about 20 seconds.

Do this a second or third time and write down what comes to you.

Perhaps your aspiration is to come from love, or to forgive yourself or others or to be patient.

Once you decide which aspiration you like best, focus on that aspiration at the beginning of each day, for a week.

This will set you up for your day and your interactions with others and with yourself.

What Was Your Mindfulness Experience?

Let us know in the comment box below, what did you experience during this short exercise...

We can’t wait to read your experience and get inspired.

And until then...

Live fully, stay awesome…

Vered & Nisandeh Neta

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    • Vered Neta says:

      Thanks for sharing with us your intention Ben. It’s such a beautiful and kind one.
      I wonder how would you manifest it today in your life?

    • Vered Neta says:

      Thanks Manny for this wonderful input.
      Curious to know what would you do to make this intention manifest in your life today?

    • Vered Neta says:

      Thanks Suzan for sharing your wonderful intention for today. Make it a magical one…

    • Vered Neta says:

      Thanks Bert for a wonderful intention…

  • Hanny Schouten says:

    Just be love and share love, especially when connecting with people who are leaving this planet.

    • Vered Neta says:

      Thanks Hanny for your wonderful sharing about your intention for today

    • Vered Neta says:

      Thanks Jacqueline for your honest and open comment.
      Curious to know, how would you know that you managed to work with your intention today?

  • I experienced that the anxiety that I felt for some time already becomes less and instead I feel more focus. My intention, reaching out to others such that math becomes a nice mindgame, appeared more clearly to me.

    • Vered Neta says:

      Thanks Tineke for your honest and open sharing with your intention.

    • Vered Neta says:

      Thanks Dirk-Jan for sharing with us your intention for today.
      I wonder what it means for you “going with the flow”… how would you know that you were able to work with this wonderful intention?

  • Joan de Wind says:

    To forgive everyone everything.

    • Vered Neta says:

      Thanks Joan for your honest sharing and wonderful intention.
      The world certainly needs more of that

  • Yes, this is great – I do this daily to set the intention of the day. At the end of the day I reflect on it. It gives me focus and clarity throughout the day.

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