In wellness circles, meditation and mindfulness are old reliable methods for giving a bit more love to your mental health.
Real Women’s Meditation Advice for People Who Don’t Really Like Meditating
Generally, mindfulness and other meditation practices are recommended if you’re overwhelmed, anxious or depressed or need to regulate your emotions or anxiety — not as a replacement for mental health care but as a great way to incorporate some intentional self-care time into even your most busy or stressful day.
All of us can use a bit of time to center, to breathe a little deeper or wind down (this goes for parents and kids alike) and sometimes it can be hard to make the time (or make yourself believe you deserve to make the time) for yourself to get in touch with your mind and body. Even some of the busiest celebrities in the world have found that slowing down their fast-paced lives and taking this free, easy time has greatly improved their mental health and approach to self-care.
Read on for some of our favorite celebrities who have found comfort in meditation — and maybe see if their practice is one that might help you out.
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