Team B - 100 Days of Discipline
jheitzenrater wrote: Yes, I know I don't get here every day, or even every couple of days, lol. I 'm glad to see that we get here when we can to post on how everything is going. Keep up the good work everyone and stay the course. The days are just ticking away now
It's okay, it's been more than a couple days since I last checked in. But I'm still going strong, and I'm glad as well to see everyone else is too.
droberts4317 wrote: Checking in for the day! Still going strong whoop whoop! I'm finding that my meditative practice is evolving into a mindfulness activity even during my normal day. I'm finding that I do a lot of meditation all through out the day even before my allotted time during the evenings. just thought I would share cause I thought it was cool. Hope all is well with the rest of the team!
I think this will be my next hundred day challenge. Still going strong here at 32 days in. I have more energy and I have felt my pace pick up . I'm down from 12 minutes to about 9/mile Very happy with this progress. Keep up all the hard work everyone!
I think your running challenge will be my next 100 day challenge! It would be a great way to get my butt in better shape and develop the discipline I used to have when I was in the service for running. LOL. That is awesome that your able to get your time down to 9 minutes! I bet by the end of this you'll have your time down to about 7 minutes or maybe less! Keep up that running for the both of us. lol.
Check in for myself for yesterday and today. Still finding meditation to probably be the most relaxing and amazing part of my day. I have been branching out into different styles of meditation but I still find that my favorite thus far is just the no mind meditation. I have been combining some teachings from Thich Nhat Hahn into my practice as well when I have reached the point in meditation where I am simply in the moment. I enjoy his teachings because they teach you to not only be in the moment but to be grateful for it and to smile to it, for impermanence is the reminder that all things are beautiful now in this moment. Or at least that's my interpretation of it.
I want to try again, but I think this time I'll do meditation because I've neglected that since October.
Meditation is pretty fun to do as a discipline and can make a huge difference in the way you work and operate in life, for the better of course, so I highly recommend it!