Guest post by licensed Right-Brain Business Plan® Facilitator Ho’omalamalama Brown
Meditation isn’t succumbing to the will of, “Whatever” it’s actually a trained skill. The ability to quiet the lizard brain takes time. I often hear people say that they don’t have time to meditate and I’m thinking, “How can you not?” It isn’t a luxury but rather a necessity.
The benefits aren’t as transparent but you will feel it over time.
● Learn to be still.
● Learn to focus inwardly.
● Learn to disconnect from distractions.
● Learn to reconnect with self.
I call this the 1-minute meditation because if I said anything more it might sound overwhelming. Taking small sections of a big idea is always helpful and causes less stress.
If you’re new to meditating or a seasoned professional you’ll feel the strength of stillness. Then as time passes you will be able to literally, “Know thyself.” The next time you find yourself standing at a crossroads you will instinctively know which way to turn. PEACE be the Journey.
Enlighten and brighten is the Hawaiian translation of Ho’omalamalama. As a performing artist and instructor of Polynesian culture Ho’o (ho-Oh) found her calling in the health and wellness realm. Today she extends that light into creative coaching utilizing the RBBP method, an effective way to help other creative entrepreneurs succeed. You can find Ho’o here: http://www.hoomalamalama.com/
Ho’o is one of our licensed Right-Brain Business Plan® Facilitators.