Change Your Life with This 25-Day Routine

At first, it may not seem to be doing anything, but daily meditation can actually help you change your life and get healthy, both emotionally and physically.
Change Your Life with This 25-Day Routine
Bernardo Peña

Written and verified by the psychologist Bernardo Peña.

Last update: 15 December, 2022

Sometimes, we just feel tired and worn out both physically and mentally. This is when you have to stop and do something totally different. It’s time to change your life.

We often are afraid of new things and change, but sometimes we need it, even if it’s hard. After all, it’s essential to be well, at peace, happy with yourself.

There’s too much pressure and some people are very hard on themselves. It’s tiring, stressful, and takes away the time you need to think about what’s really important in your life.

It’s time to take a step back and change your reality.

Take Care of Yourself

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Take some time for yourself. Think a bit about your own needs, what makes you happy, and what it is that you want to learn and have been putting off.

There are many ways you can do this:

  • Set aside an hour a day to do something you really enjoy without feeling guilty or thinking you don’t deserve it.
  • Live in the moment and let the future worry about itself. Think about today and right now only. Think about all you have, and be grateful for it.
  • Try to be easy on yourself and set some goals. This is healthy. However, don’t question yourself or push yourself more than you can handle.
  • Learn how to enjoy the little things: a walk in the fresh air, reading a book, taking a bath… Breathe and relax.
  • Think about positive things and stay away from toxic, negative people. All they do is take energy away from you. They put obstacles in your path and keep you from being happy.

When you notice your life changing for the better, you will feel alive, happy, energized, and purposeful. Your true self will arise.

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Exercise to Enjoy a Better Quality of Life

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It’s very good for you to include physical activity in your daily routine. Going out for an hour-long walk is excellent exercise.

Doing this benefits both your mind and body. It:

  • Strengthens your cardiovascular system.
  • Improves your circulation and strengthens your muscles and bones.
  • Speeds up your metabolism and helps you burn fat.
  • Helps you sleep better and rest more deeply.
  • Improves your self-esteem and self-confidence.
  • Develops your persistence when you see yourself achieving results.
  • Lowers stress and anxiety levels.
  • Improves your mood in general and balances your energy.

Change Your Life with Relaxation and Meditation

Exercise is fundamental to making this change, but meditation is what will really wake you up. It’s a journey to get to the bottom of yourself and to truly know your most genuine desires.

When you’re in contact with your inner self, you’ll choose the right path for you to make the necessary changes.

You can find all kinds of guided meditations on the internet that will help you calm your mind and release any stress.

Tips to Practice Meditation

Make an effort to put an exercise plan and meditation into your daily routine. You must do it every day, for at least 25 days, and you’ll see positive results in both your body and mind.

For beginners, sessions should usually last between 10 and 15 minutes.

  • You can meditate with the help of music that features instruments like the harp or piano combined with nature sounds like rain, fire, and the ocean. There are also others without music, and instead with the sound of birds, animals, as if you were in the forest.
  • Find a comfortable, cozy space where you won’t be interrupted. You can do it sitting in a chair or laying on a couch.
  • To prevent interruptions, it’s best to turn off your cell phone. You can use incense to create a calming environment.
  • Remember that this is a sacred time for you. It’s advisable to do it at the same time every day.

Meditation Will Change Your Life

Meditation can and will completely change your life.

When you start, it may be hard to get used to it. Since you feel like you don’t have time, it may seem like it’s not doing anything. But if you do it consistently and with determination, you’ll do it forever.

The wellness of your body and the tranquility you’ll feel in your mind will make you wish you had started much earlier.

Start today and change your life!


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