Practising Regular Formal Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy Meditation
MBCT (Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy) isn’t a sticking plaster. It can assist you in tackling your problems, but only if you make it part of your regular life. Here are some ideas:
Reserve a special place just for your meditation.
Ensure that you pencil in regular dates with yourself to meditate.
Be kind to yourself and don’t judge when you lapse or forget to practise.
Remember that every moment provides the opportunity for a new beginning.
Meditating doesn’t have a right or a wrong way, just your way.
Remind yourself that you have the rest of your life to meditate.
Consider joining a meditation group or invite friends and family to join you.