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Posted by on Jul 9, 2007 in Meditation | No Comments

In one of those interesting bits of synchronicity, I just tripped over the zenhabits blog, where a blog entry about how to change your habits by Scott Young advises

Thirty days is all you need to make a habit change permanent. Less time than that and the new alternative might not be hardwired into your brain. More time and any failures to last are usually a failure of strategy, not duration”

…among other things. So I’m taking that as a hint from the universe that I should persist in my meditation for the planned month, and try not to let slips and blips like not meditating on Sunday worry me too much.

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