One Minute Meditation

one minute meditationIn this day and age, we are surrounded by the hustle and bustle of a fast-paced work world and
technology. No matter how hard we try, the stress just seems to creep in from trying to keep up with
If you’re the kind of person who’s got a little more stress than you’d like (and, honestly, who doesn’t feel
that way, sometimes?), you’ve gotta try this one-minute meditation.
This quick meditation will help you to center yourself and find some inner peace amidst the chaos of
everyday life. Not only that, but it will help you to reduce inflammation in the body and decrease the
toxic load on your organs.
To do the one-minute meditation, breathe in slowly for 15 seconds, then exhale slowly for 15 seconds.
Then repeat.
That’s it. It’s really that simple.
If you’d like to change it up, you can breathe in one nostril and exhale out the other, switching the
nostrils for inhalation and exhalation on the second round. You could also play around with how long
you breathe in for and how long you breathe out for. The longer the inhalation, the more energy you
will have. The longer the exhalation, the more relaxed you will feel.
Experiment, and see what works for you.


Shannon wants to know: What do you do to manage stress throughout the day?