Try This Meditation When Learning Something New

Updated: Sep 13

Learn a visualization meditation to create space for what you want to manifest in your life. Today is a great day to try something new.

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Is there something you’ve always wanted to try or learn but haven’t yet created the space or time for it? Whether it’s learning how to cook, learning a new language or mixing up your exercise routine, today is a great day to try something new. You can begin learning something new at any time—you don’t have to wait for a new year.


Pick one thing you’d like to try in the next year and focus on growing it. Do something every day to nurture this new skill. Next year at this time, it won’t be so new, and you’ll be ready to learn something else!


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Practice It: A Meditation to Help You Be Open to Learning Something New

  • Begin in a comfortable seat or a reclined position, and close your eyes. Watch your breath come and go.

  • Identify what it is that you would like to try or to learn.

  • Experience it with your senses. Visualize it as a word or image. See the details—the colors, images, sounds and smells. Imagine yourself doing this activity.

  • Once you have a strong image of this something new, inhale and think of the words, “I can.” Exhale and think of the words, “I will.”

  • Practice this visualization meditation for a few moments every day (I meditate every morning before I even open my bedroom door) to help what you visualize come to life.

Note that this website is for informational purposes only and should not be used as a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Speak with your doctor before beginning any new exercise routine or wellness plan.

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