Mom’s 5-Day Sanity Saver Meditation Challenge: Day 2

mom's 5-day sanity saver meditation day 2
Yesterday we enjoyed a meditation about Getting In Touch With Your Authentic Self. I hope you enjoyed it and felt a deeper appreciation for yourself. You are amazing!

Today, on Day 2, the guided meditation is all about TIME. Mom's have so little of this precious commodity. As moms we can feel like we never have enough time, like we’re pulled in 100 different directions at once…

In this meditation I’ll show you how to shift your thinking about TIME, so you can feel more in control of your life and become the “master of your time.”

Increase productivity and focus by connecting to the voice of a Higher Power or your intuition so you can answer two important questions:

1. What do I need to do with my time today?
2. What are the most important things I should be doing in my life right now?

Learn how to hear the voice of intuition and build a life that maximizes your time for love and connection with your family.

Scroll down to listen to this important meditation.

When you finish, head over to the Vibrant Happy Women Facebook Group and get even more tips and ideas about how you can feel more productive and balanced – even with the constant demands you experience every day.

And mark your calendar for this Thursday at 12 noon Central Time (1 pm Eastern, 10 am Pacific) for a Free LIVE Training: “5 Easy Ways to Find Greater Light and Meaning – Even if Life is Hard or Busy.” You don't need to sign up. Just show up in the Vibrant Happy Women Facebook Group on Thursday at the specified time.

(And be sure to join us Wednesday for the Day 3 Meditation, all about Becoming Less Reactive and More Patient. If you are tired of losing your patience with your kids, spouse or others, then you'll love this meditation.)

With much love,

Press the right-pointing arrow below to listen or the down-facing arrow to download the Day 2 Guided Meditation:

Remember, “The best way to capture moments is to pay attention. This is how we cultivate mindfulness. Mindfulness means being awake. It means knowing what you are doing.” ~Jon Kabat-Zinn