DAY 29: What’s Next?
Ideas to help you continue with your meditation journey.
I really hope you have enjoyed your 28 Day Meditation Challenge.
Obviously, it’s up to you whether or not you want to continue with your meditation journey! 😉 But, just in case you do, here are some suggestions that might help.
- Let’s connect on Facebook
Join us on the 28 Day Meditation Challenge Facebook page and connect with others who have enjoyed this book.
- Want to do it again?
You could choose to repeat the 28 days & the four weeks of meditations. Students who have done this find that the messages, exercises and meditations work at an even deeper level.
Perhaps you could do it with some friends this time? Please make the most of the online forum!
Here’s where they could register: www.28DayMeditationChallenge.com
- Find a local class
If you live near Forest Row in East Sussex, UK, you could join in with one of my regular face-to-face meditation classes. There are also weekend seminars and workshops, if you live further away.
You can find details at:
If you’re not local to Forest Row, but want to find a good meditation teacher, I have written an article that might help you:
“Looking For A Meditation Class? 10 Must-Ask Questions For Newbie Meditators”
And, to give you an idea of the kinds of answers you could expect, I’ve written a second article with the answers I would give. This is at the same link. I hope these help!
- Want to take it further?
I have created a range of online courses that you might enjoy – from a 7 day gratitude course (Gratitude Kick Start), through to 52 Mindful Moments and even some Mastermind Groups, such as Soul-Sized Living and The Miracle Of Gratitude, where you can work with me on live calls and even Skype workshops. You can find details of all of these here:
Before I sign off, I’d like to say a huge thank you to each and every one of you for sharing your journey with me. No matter how often you meditated or how far you got, each time you meditated or practised mindfulness will have taken you a step closer towards the life you want. None of it is wasted. It all makes a difference.
The 28 Day Meditation Challenge started out as an idea of something I could create in a few hours, for a few friends, in the middle of writing another book. It turned into something much bigger than I had realised it would.
It is amazing – and humbling -how many people have already joined in with the 28 Day Meditation Challenge- and how many are joining in with it. Thank you so much for being part of it.
Wishing you inner peace and happiness on your journey.
With love, Namaste,
P.S. I really would love to hear from you – I hope you enjoyed this course. Hearing from students and readers makes it all worthwhile 🙂