Meditation is great for so many reasons - relaxation, stress relief, focus, mind/body connection, etc.
So is visualization. I like combining them, doing some visualization both before and after a short meditation.
If anybody wants a great little site for mindfulness meditations, these are free online from UCLA (in English and Spanish) and I like them a lot. Different lengths and different types of meditations, as short as 3 minutes, no longer than 19 minutes:
it's really hard to not overly focus on the number (I am in a bit of a plateau right now). maybe also visualize how you'll FEEL and what other things you'll be able to do (for me, I want to get back into dancing and try some watersports).
Healthy choices and actions have positive impacts, even if the scale doesn't move!
Next goal: -38-40 by 10/18
Pounds lost: 25.4
Fitness Minutes: (0)
2/20/18 3:10 A
Wish you keep it up this year! Visualization is a very effective tool unfortunately underestimated by many people. It helped me a lot when I decided to change my career and now it's helping me to lose weight!
Edited by: MARYDEJONG at: 2/20/2018 (03:10)
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I've been working really hard at visualizing my stronger thinner self...having 20 to 30 lbs to go sometimes i get caught up IN that NUMBER on the scale.... I got me some great visualizations from jon Gabriel. ...cheers to 2018! The year of THIN AND HEALTHY FOREVER.