Studies have shown that it take around 21 days in order for a new behavior to take hold. Whether that be eating differently, not smoking, or practicing meditation, three weeks gives your body and mind enough time to adjust to your new way of life. Paramount to any change in behavior, however, is receiving enough support to keep you steady on the chosen path.
If you’re new to meditation this is something you most definitely want to checkout: Deepak Chopra’s 21-day meditation challenge (2011). Beginning August 15th, the Chopra Meditation Center will be offering a free online meditation course. Participants will receive a free guided audio meditation with instruction each day based on the teachings of the Chopra Center for Wellbeing.
If you joined us in our previousChopra Center 21-Day Meditation Challenge™, you already understand the incredible power of this journey and you’re ready for more. If this will be your first time in the challenge, get ready to discover the untapped potential that rests within you, opening your gateway to true freedom, extraordinary bliss, and the life of your dreams!
Studies have shown that it takes 21 days of consistent behavior to change a habit or create a new one, such as establishing a regular exercise routine, eating a healthier diet, or taking time each day for self-care. In just 21 days, you can also establish a fulfilling meditation practice that will give you a lifetime of rewards. You may have dipped your toe in the water with limited success, but this time, you will have daily support and guidance that will enable you to move beyond any past obstacles and experience the many gifts and benefits of meditation…
…Your devoted participation during this all new Chopra Center 21-Day Meditation Challenge™ will result in a healing ritual you can carry forward to your own consciousness and to the world’s community.
Information on how to sign up for the 21-day meditation challenge can be found here.