Every day on holiday I made sure I took my usual time out to Meditate. I knew with 3 weeks away it was essential that i kept it up. for me it was key to a successful and enjoyable holiday.
At times It was a struggle to fit it in. For some of the time we were all in one bedroom and sneaking out early to get my meditation fix was nearly impossible.
I had to be flexible about when I fitted my session in, often I would wait until Noah and Martyn were playing happily in the pool and then sneak off for 30 minutes.
A couple times I attended a Sunday morning meditation session run by a Buddhist monk, it was 90 minutes long and so gave me a complete reset!
A few times I also made it to yoga classes and the meditation at the end set me up well.
Every time I decided to fit some meditation in it felt like a challenge. Being on holiday meant that my natural inclination was to want to be together. I didn’t want to miss out.
However, once I had done my Meditation I valued the time that we had together so much more! I felt relaxed and happy and I could really focus on what was going on. I had some of the best games with Noah and some great times with Martyn. Perfect.
Trying to fit your Meditation in daily is one of the biggest challenges, but the payback that you feel afterwards really does make it worth it.