Ah, the month of February. The month of relationships, red roses, chocolates, and love. It’s the perfect opportunity to spend quality time with your significant other and tell them how much you appreciate them (and also shower them with gifts).
But, who says that Valentine’s Day should only last one day? Why can’t we show the same level of affection and spend quality time every single day? And if we don’t have a significant other, how can we show ourselves daily self-love? Luckily, there’s meditation.
Meditation has been proven to improve relationships. By regulating your own emotions, you are able to be more understanding of your significant other. A daily practice can help you to forgive each other during stressful situations. It can also help in dealing with uncertainty and teach patience and trust.
Simple Habit has a new Valentine’s Day section designed for your various moods and situations on the day:
Listen to the Healthy Couples meditation series to apply mindfulness techniques to your relationship. Elli Weisbaum, a Simple Habit teacher, guides you through 7-days of meditations covering topics like communication, shifting perceptions, and being thankful.
Welcome the day with an Open Your Heart meditation. John Prendergast teaches you on how to prepare your heart to experience the love, excitement, and joy the world has to offer.
For those with rough previous Valentine’s Day experiences, Jessica Graham guides you through a Broken Heart meditation. Learn some techniques that will give you a greater sense of self-love, clarity and empowerment. You got this!
If all else doesn’t work out, show yourself unconditional Self-Love on this day. Practice non-judgement and acceptance with Elli Weisbaum. Valentine’s Day isn’t so bad after all.
Download Simple Habit for free today and try our Valentine’s Day meditations for yourself! We are constantly updating the section so be sure to explore the options. Let us know how February 14th went for you by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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