Can you take 5 minutes a day?

Are you struggling to find peace in the midst of life’s chaos? Imagine being able to tap into a wellspring of inner calm and tranquility in just 5 minutes a day. Sounds too good to be true, right? Well, it’s not! The secret to unshakeable inner peace lies within your reach.

You might be wondering, how is this possible? The answer lies in the power of mindfulness meditation. By taking just 5 minutes out of your day to sit quietly, focus on your breath, and observe your thoughts without judgment, you can begin to cultivate a sense of inner peace that transcends any external circumstances.

Think of this daily practice as a form of mental hygiene. Just like you brush your teeth to keep your mouth clean, mindfulness meditation helps cleanse your mind of clutter and negativity, leaving you feeling refreshed and rejuvenated.

As you continue to devote a small portion of your day to this practice, you’ll start to notice a shift in how you respond to stressors and challenges. Rather than getting swept away by emotions, you’ll develop a sense of groundedness and resilience that allows you to navigate life with grace and ease.

Take the first step towards experiencing profound inner peace by committing to just 5 minutes of mindfulness meditation each day.

Sit back and listen to this - a healing mantra -


I don’t understand why I’m not consistent with this! I certainly have time but I guess I feel there’s not a quiet place to do it. Just an excuse though. Now that I have my ramp I can get outside by myself I think it will be easier to do it!


I take my 5 minutes to reflect relax and energy cleanse in the shower every morning. It definitely helps. I notice on days that I just do a quick shower and don’t take my time my day is more stressful and chaotic.


This is such a great way to look at meditation - it really can become a key part of the daily routine! And the benefits of doing mindfulness practice bring so many benefits to your day.

I’ve fallen out of my meditation practice while dealing with some hecticness, but I still brush my teeth, brush my hair, and do all of the other daily routine things. Seems unfair to myself to have cut such an important part out of my routine!

Thank you for this lovely reminder, @Silverbear :heart: :person_in_lotus_position: