I’ve been doing pretty well with this. Even on days when I don’t do a whole bunch of poses, I do some basic stretches in the morning. They make me feel good, even if it’s just a couple of minutes. At night I do meditation before going to sleep. I’m proud of myself for sticking to this. There ARE days I forget one or the other or both – so I’m leaving this on my list until it really becomes routine. 5 years ago
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Ha ha. I just couldn’t do it. I forgot all the time, and ended up guilting myself over not coming NEAR meeting this goal … and then never doing it. I’m adding a different goal that’s hopefully reachable. I KNOW it will make me feel better. I’ll start slow and hopefully be able to ramp up. 6 years ago
I’m already surprised by how helpful this is. I do simple breathing meditations a couple times a day – just take a few minutes to focus on my breath and nothing else. I do it usually during my stretching. And the stretching makes me feel like a new person – I do it during work when I get the chance. 6 years ago
I plan to add this to my routine of caring for myself during my cancer treatment. On chemo day, I may only be able to do a couple stretches and a short mind exercise, but visualizing a healthy me and stretching to stay active will definitely improve the effectiveness of my treatment. 6 years ago