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Meditating with Purpose


Meditation is a practice that dates back thousands of years. It's been used by monks and yogis alike as a way to connect with the Divine, but it can also be helpful for simply getting centered in your own life. If you've never tried meditating, this guide will help you learn how to find your purpose and enjoy this ancient practice.

When we meditate with purpose, we set our intention.

Before you begin meditating, it's important to set your intention. The more focused and specific your intention is, the better results you'll get from your meditation.

For example: if I'm going into a 30-minute session of mindfulness (the act of being present in the moment), my goal might be "to focus on my breathing." Or if I'm doing guided visualization (imagining a relaxing scene), my goal might be "to imagine myself walking along a beach."

When setting goals for yourself during these exercises, keep them simple and easy--don't overcomplicate things! For example: instead of saying "I want to improve my relationships with other people," say something like "I want to spend more time listening when someone else talks so that our conversations feel more balanced."

The power of intention is your motivation to meditate.

The power of intention is your motivation to meditate.

It's the force that drives you to achieve a specific goal, the reason why you want to focus on what you want instead of being distracted by what others want or need from you.

Intention helps us stay present and not get distracted by all that is going on around us in our lives at any given moment.

When you're clear on what you want to achieve, it's easier to get into the right mindset.

When you're clear on what you want to achieve, it's easier to get into the right mindset.

When you are focused on a specific intention, your mind will automatically steer clear of distractions and help keep you on track.

The key is knowing what motivates and keeps you going when meditating with purpose.

Intention focuses your mind and helps you stay focused on the positive outcomes you desire.

Intention is what you want to achieve. It can help you stay focused on the positive outcomes you desire, and it's a powerful way to avoid distractions and remain motivated.

Intentions are positive outcomes that come from meditation practice. For example, if one of your intentions is to be more patient with others, then every time your mind wanders during meditation (and it will), go back into the present moment with that intention in mind: "I am being patient with myself."

Intention can help you avoid distraction and keep your mind focused on what you need to achieve.

Intention can help you avoid distraction and keep your mind focused on what you need to achieve. When we meditate with intention, we are more likely to stay motivated and maintain focus throughout the entire session.

  • Intention helps us stay focused on our goals: If you have a clear idea of why you want to meditate in the first place, then it's easier for your mind not to wander off into other areas that may have nothing at all do with achieving those goals.

  • Intention motivates us: Having an intention gives us something specific that we want from our practice - whether it's relaxation or productivity - which will motivate us when things get tough (and trust me; there will always be some point where things get tough).

Meditating with purpose will help keep you motivated and focused in each session

Meditation is a discipline, not a one-off. It's not magic, it's a skill. Meditation won't cure all your problems or make them disappear. Meditation will help you to be more focused and motivated in each session, but it takes work and commitment to see the benefits in your life overall.


When we meditate with purpose, we set our intention. The power of intention is your motivation to meditate. When you're clear on what you want to achieve, it's easier to get into the right mindset. Intention focuses your mind and helps you stay focused on the positive outcomes you desire. Intention can help you avoid distraction and keep your mind focused on what you need.




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