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Choose a quiet time and place. If possible, time your meditation before the hustle and bustle of the day begins. You can optimize your meditation experience by sleeping your phone, letting those you live with know when you plan to meditate and considering close proximity noises, as well as the environment you choose to meditate in. If something loud is going on at the time you hope to meditate, perhaps you can be flexible by choosing another time or place.

Find a position for your meditation that allows your back to be straight yet at relative ease. We prefer being seated or lying down. Think about the duration of time you would like to meditate. You are connecting to yourself, you will know what is perfect for you in the moment by the way you feel.

The focus of our meditation is to release stress. Let go of any residual energy from your day. Personally, I feel a big release of tension everywhere in my body, but I especially notice the release of tension in my jaw, stomach, back and shoulders. Let yourself bathe in the release of tension in a way that redefines your level of relaxation.

Bring your attention to your breath. Breathe slowly and deeply, taking a moment to enjoy a pause in your breath at the furthest point of both the inhale and the exhale. Declare and deliberately focus on the intention to summon inspired energy, thought and action.