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I ┬ájust found this video┬áby Martin Boroson and I wanted to share it with you all immediately. While the idea of meditating for 20-30 minutes every day is a great one, it’s not always possible–especially for busy parents. There are some mornings when I wake up early to sit only to hear my daughters crying from the other room five minutes later. Then there are the long nights when I’m up with my girls several times and I just don’t have it in me to get up early. I plan to meditate while they’re at daycare, but then the day gets busy and time gets past me and it just doesn’t happen.

Anyway, on those days, and really, on every day, this is a great little one-minute meditation, whether you have a regular meditation practice or not.

 


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    Last reviewed: 14 Dec 2012

APA Reference
Naumburg, C. (2012). One-Moment Meditation. Psych Central. Retrieved on April 19, 2014, from http://blogs.psychcentral.com/mindful-parenting/2012/12/one-moment-meditation/

 

 

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