It's perfectly normal to take breaks in the new routine you have set up to enable yourself to meditate every day. Don't feel guilty. Instead, bring your attention to the thoughts and emotions that the situation gives rise to within you. What do you feel about the idea of starting to meditate again? Allow these positive or negative thoughts to slowly evaporate.
Make a little space for the deep motivation that induced you to begin meditating.
Come back to the most concrete aspect of meditation: your practice.
You can pick up your Petit BamBou sessions from where you left off, or go back a little way or even start a new programme if you feel the need. Don't waste time analysing things. Simply return to being aware of the current moment.
You can also reduce the frequency of formal meditations and increase how often you carry out informal meditations during everyday activities in your life.
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