Mom’s 5-Day Sanity Saver Meditation Challenge: Day 3


Welcome back! Yesterday we talked about Becoming the Master of Your Time. And today's guided meditation is all about Becoming More Patient.

As moms we face so much each day, including strong emotions, questions, and demands. We can feel pulled in so many different directions, leaving our heads spinning and our emotions anything but calm.

Contrast your “stressed-out-self” with your authentic self, a woman of love and light. The more often you practice getting in touch with your authentic self through meditation and quiet self connection, the more patient and less reactive you’ll be when your toddler screams or your teenager gets loud.

Learn why this meditation time is not only beneficial, but critical and why increasing your own HAPPINESS is the greatest gift you can give your loved ones.

I’ll help you let go of resentment and show you how to exercise self compassion when you make mistakes, a critical component of staying in that place of love, light, and positivity.

Scroll down to listen to this guided meditation.

When you finish, head over to the Vibrant Happy Women Facebook Group and get some great tips and ideas about building patience, including delegation (yes, delegation!)

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 time specified above.

(And be sure to join us Thursday for the Day 4 Meditation, all about Releasing Worry, Resentment and Emotional Pain. If you'd like to let go of past hurts, stress and anxiety, then you'll love this guided meditation that will teach you how to “feel it to heal it.”)

With much love,

Press the right-pointing arrow below to listen or the down-facing arrow to download the Day 3Guided Meditation:

Remember, “You can learn many things from children. How much patience you have, for instance.” ~Franklin P. Jones