In this challenge we explored the questions;
Who am I?
What do I want?
How can I serve
Each question ran over 7 days with different instructors guiding you through each daily meditation.
It is often documented that it takes 21 days of consistent behaviour to break an old habit and it takes the same amount of time to cement a new habit so that it becomes routine. If you have often felt the desire to learn to meditate but lacked the discipline to meditate on your own each day, by working with these daily meditations, along with many other people in the world, you may find the 21 day challenge will get you started.
The Chopra centre is about to start another 21 day meditation challenge titled “Free to Love”, from 16th July 2012 which will help you have more enlightened relationships, healthier self-esteem, and genuine unconditional love? You can register for the 21 day challenge here.
The theme of the Meditation Challenge is “Free to Love.” Week One is Your Pathway to Freedom – when we uncover and release any thought patterns or beliefs that prevent us from living and loving fully. Week Two is Healing the Heart, where we explore the multi-dimensional aspects of love – gratitude, joy, romance, and intuition. In our final week together, a blissful transformation unfolds, revealing a love unlike anything you have ever experienced.
There is no charge to participate in this amazing journey. Sign up now for the Chopra Center 21-Day Meditation Challenge™ to receive your welcome information and fall in love with life!
John and Linda Ballis
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