I’ve known for a long time about the benefits of meditation. You don’t need to sell me on the practise. I used to think about it all the time and yet wasn’t able to find the activator to cross the boundary from thinking to doing. This persisted for years and turned into a form of self-criticism.
Self-talk, the brain’s own inner observations about myself and my environment, can enhance well-being or disturb or destroy my ability to function effectively. Clearly I had crossed over to the dark side.
I longed to find the motivation to meditate. Once I shared that with another executive coach he asked if I’d like to have a conversation around that topic. He started by asking me what it feels like when I’m in that meditative zone. So I visualized being there and described it. Then he