Adapted from Recovery 2.0
Since my journey began on the spiritual path I’ve followed LOTS of different routines to start the day off right. At the end of the day- what you do isn’t really THAT big of a deal- it’s the fact that you are at least doing something consistently everyday to clean your slate and set your intention to have a positive day no matter what comes in your way.
Step 1: Time
Choose a length of time that works in your schedule. Some people have 2 hours to devote to their Sadhana- some people have 10 minutes. Once you decide how much time you want to alot to your practice- then you can begin breaking down the time- like- 3 minutes of breathwork, 20 minutes yoga practice, etc…
Step 2: Elements
Choose 3-5 things that you want in your Sadhana. I like to recommend pranayam, physical movement, meditation, journaling, etc...
Step 3: Commitment
Make a commitment to do the practice for 40 days. Which is the length that many say it takes to establish a solid habit. This is the length of time to break a habit.
Here’s an example of a Sadhana routine if you need inspiration:
Alternate Nostril Breath- 5 minutes
Seated silent meditation focusing on the breath- 15 minutes
Yoga sequence- 20 minutes
Journaling- 5 minutes
I hope this makes morning Sadhana easier!
I love helping people put a Sadhana together in congruence with nutrition. It is so potent when you follow a Sadhana for 40 days straight along with a great nutrition. As an Ayurvedic Wellness Coach, Yoga Instructor, and dedicated meditator- I am here for you!
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Content adapted from Recovery 2.0 by Tommy Rosen