Give Your Mind A Break With Focus Meditation
Many of us experience grief as a mental fog. It is normal to feel scattered and forgetful – so go easy on yourself. Just like the warning label on many prescription drugs, it might be a good idea to steer clear of operating a car or any heavy machinery. You may also experience your mind wandering – to the past – to the future – which can often trigger anxiety and worry.
There is a time to dive deep into your feelings, but there is also a time to give yourself a break.
This 5 minute focusing meditation will help you bring your mind back to the present, and give you a place to rest your attention. It is short but sweet – many people find that just a few minutes can help them feel rested and more alert. Try it for yourself!
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