I just moved in with my partner last month and while I love meditating at the studio, I've always enjoyed meditating at home as well. Despite three years of regular practice, I'm still a little bit shy to meditate in front of someone (something about having your eyes closed while the person beside you is playing video games doesn't feel quite as "zen")- so have taken it upon myself to sneak some quiet moments when I can, however I can. Below are some tips to quickly flip your home into a meditation zone.
We live in an age of overwhelm and deal with it by spending most of our lives on autopilot. According to both research and common sense, this isn’t making us very happy. In fact, it makes us rather unhappy, stressed-out-zombie versions of who we could potentially be. So, how can we break the negative cycle? Is it possible to bring more consciousness, and more happiness, into our daily lives?