Making mindfulness a habit is an important step to truly benefitting from the practice. Consider the tips offered in the following article.
Buddha Weekly: “The benefits of meditation are well-documented. From improving your mental clarity, productivity and problem solving all the way to fixing breathing issues and helping to reduce anxiety, it is something that can entirely change your life if you are willing to let it.
One of the things that you have to do to make it effective, is to commit to it. It’s all very well expecting results after hearing such good things about it but a single session is unlikely to make any impact at all. The best way to make it a constant part of your life is to turn it into a habit. A lot of habits are things that we are trying to convince ourselves to stop doing: biting nails, chewing with your mouth open, going to bed hours after getting in. But how does one pick up a habit? Well, let’s look at what you can do to turn meditation into a daily habit.”