Novice writers complain that in order to build their careers, it would take six or seven hours a day ...so what is the point!
And more times than I could count, stressed-out acquaintances have said that they would love to meditate, but "don 't have the time. "
It is time we explode these falsehoods. The truth is that misconceptions like the above can completely steal your chances for health, happiness and success.
1) Five Minutes a day. Five times a day, for just sixty seconds, stop and breathe slowly and deeply from your belly. Go to a local yoga or Tai Chi school and ask to learn a relaxation breathing technique. If you can 't find one, then slow down, get quiet, and feel your heartbeat for sixty seconds. Do this every three hours for sixty seconds, and you will halve your stress levels.
2) An hour a week. Three times a week, perform twenty minutes of the right body-weight or weight exercises. Hindu Squats and Hindu Pushups are wonderful whole-body exercises. Do a Google search for them, and you 'll find multiple sites on the Internet selling or giving away the information for free. For faster results, use "Kettlebell " style whole-body weight exercises. These exercise tools look like little cannon-balls with handles, and they are used in a variety of swinging and yoga-like moves that are unbelievably efficient for developing strength, endurance, flexibility, power and athleticism, all at the same time. You can even use an ordinary dumbbell in the beginning. Again, do a Google search, and you 'll find the information, often for free!
The "Golden Hour " is a goal, one that might take you a year or two to work toward. But if you will just start with five minutes a day, and a commitment to an hour a week ...working TOWARD an hour a day, you have placed your feet on the road toward peace of mind, a healthy body, and a happy heart: a tiny investment for a gigantic reward.
About the Author: NY Times Bestselling Writer Steven Barnes has published over three million words, and is the creator of Lifewriting, the first high-performance system for writers (www.lifewrite.com). He combines this with Scott Sonnon's break-through technology to create The Path, a radical mind-body success system that provides all basic fitness and meditation requirements in only one Golden Hour a week! Join us in Los Angeles on June 24th. Learn more at www.Rmax.tv