You can declutter your mind through mediation. Let’s be honest, stress and anxiety are just part of the challenges we face every single day.

Meditation isn’t a new form of mindfulness practice, since people have used it for thoughts of years even before you had the need to unplug from the world. While meditation is often thought of as a spiritual practice, it’s also very much a practical practice.

Regular meditation aids in self-development and personal growth. It involves focus and self-discipline and has the ability to reduce stress, promotes healing, improves sleep, encourages mindfulness, reduces pain and eliminates anxiety. With inner peace and more self-awareness, you become calmer, grounded and more level headed. You become more conscious and present in life. You become more connected with your surroundings; the people, the things and the world around you.

Meditation can also help clear a path for you to achieve your goals. Meditation taps into the subconscious; the same source you get your intelligence and inspiration from. The more you practice, the easier it will become to access your subconscious mind, finding more insight and new and better ideas.

One great thing about meditation is it can be done anywhere, any time and at no cost. Start with meditating just a couple minutes each day and slowly work your way up to what feels comfortable to you. And something that can support you is a meditation journal.

A meditation journal will help you be more aware of what is going on with you. It will help you be present or “in the moment” and help you understand where you’ve been and where you are going. It’s a journal that will help you clarify your thoughts as you declutter your mind through mediation. It allows you to look back as you progress into more consciousness. It will help you recognize things about yourself that you may not have known previously.

What I love about journaling is that it can help you set goals, find solutions to problems and develop a stronger sense of where you want to go and how you’re going to get there. And when you combine that with meditation you can gain the perspective you desire to be your best self in every single moment.

Ready to combine mediating with journaling?

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