The Inner world challenge
Dear friend - once more - thank you for being here!
Here you will find
everything you need to know
to follow this cool and beautiful challenge.
The challenge starts the night before your first official day.
Why do we start the night before the 1st official day?
Because every day of the challenge is divided into
a night part and a morning part.
The night part always comes first,
and it happens prior to the start of your next day.
Every day, we will practice the following in this order:
- right before going to bed -
- prior to starting your day -
- right after visualisation -
and this is what you need to know about each one of those:
For every night, you will receive a topic/question to write about.
Don't be scared of writing. Nobody other than you will read what you write, and there is no right or wrong way to do it.
Journaling is an incredible tool to get to know yourself, and release heavy things that are pulling you down.
You can write wherever you want. I would suggest you find a nice notebook or a piece of paper, and actually write with a pen or pencil, rather than doing so in the computer. This doesn't mean that using your computer wont work, but hand-writing is slower and unconsciously gives your brain more time to process what you are putting on paper.
The reason why journaling is set for night time, is because you should not be in a rush. There is no fixed duration for this part of the challenge. You will write for as long as you feel that you need to.
You will know when to stop.
Visualisation has been used for decades, by many successful people, to train themselves into approaching their goals.
Your unconscious side of the brain can't tell the difference between imagination and reality, and visualisation is the way to take advantage of it.
Every morning, we will visualise for 5 minutes, and you will get daily instructions on how to do it.
Meditation is an incredible way to find peace within yourself.
There are many different types of meditation, however, we will not use any pre-defined form of meditation in this challenge. Instead, we will create our own kind.
The goal of our meditations, is to build a relationship with ourselves, in which we accept who we are for who we are, and not what our thoughts believe we are.
Although guided meditations are nice, I am not a huge fan of them, because I don't think that they allow us to really practice being on our own. This is why in this challenge we are using a different approach.
You will receive guidance on how to approach your meditation time, prior to doing the actual meditation. So you have nothing to worry about, because I've got you covered!
However, it is important that you learn to manage your thoughts and emotions by yourself, so my task will not be to give you company through your meditation, but rather teach you how to peacefully navigate your inner mess - by yourself.
Every morning, we will meditate for 10 minutes, and you will get daily instructions on how to do it.