The Key to a Successful Meditation Practice

Over the past 10+ years that I've been practicing meditation, I've come to a huge realization:

It's one thing to read books, take classes, and gather tools for personal and spiritual growth, and quite another thing to actually use those tools in a way that brings you long-lasting change. 

After years of gathering and dabbling in different practices, with mediocre results, I finally realized: 

To reap the full potential of these meditation tools, I needed to transform them from casual hobbies into regular habits. I needed to practice them CONSISTENTLY.

We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence therefore, is not an act, but a habit.
— Aristotle

The true power of meditation and other spiritual tools, lies in their ability to deeply, and powerfully transform you from within. This is a journey of self-discovery. If you choose to embark on it, you will slowly shed all the layers that are dulling your true, inner brilliance, and keeping you feeling stuck. And you'll uncover the powerful and true-you hidden beneath.

So the purpose of the first four parts of this training, were to give you the simplest, most powerful tools to embark on this self-realization journey. Now, you get to decide if and when you will actually, consciously embark on this journey.

If you're not ready to dive in deeply- to begin facing some of your deepest shadow parts so you can shed them and uncover your true, powerful, wise self- then continue to casually dabble in these practices when you find time, or shit hits the fan and you feel overwhelmed and lost. And it's totally ok to consciously make this decision :)

But if you are ready to dive in deeply- to courageously embrace the process of spiritual growth, then you must commit to practice these tools (or others that you've discovered) consistently. You must transform your meditation hobbies into consistent habits (or rituals, if you prefer that term). You must make them a natural part of your daily, weekly, monthly life- just like brushing your teeth, calling your best friend, and paying your bills (or whatever else you have on auto-pilot).

Your meditation practice is like brushing your teeth. You can skip a day. But if you skip too many you just feel gross.

So when you're ready to dive in and commit to your practice, I'm here to support you!

If you've struggled with making your practices a consistent part of your life, a great place to start is with my free guide "4 Quick Fixes for your Inconsistent Meditation". Click here to get it now.