on-again-off-again-meditating-does-it-do-any-good-20Meditation is on the rise—and for good reason. It’s one of the best practices we have to help us manage stress, unplug from the busyness of our lives, and re-center ourselves.

The daily practice of meditation—just like regular exercise, nutrition, and getting enough sleep—requires a level of self-commitment. Unfortunately, our busy lives can make it difficult to stick with daily mediation. Your practice may fall off when your priorities are temporarily redirected.

You will inevitably engage in on again-off again meditation. Your daily practice may be interrupted by a major project deadline at work, travel for business or vacation, or out-of-town guests. You might have every intention of returning to daily meditation, and yet weeks after that deadline has passed and your guests have left, you still haven’t picked it back up.

Sound at all familiar? Not to worry. This happens, and it’s part of life’s perennial swing from balance to imbalance, and back again. Read full article here.