If you’ve been meditating your whole life, or if you’ve only started it recently, you’re not alone. Meditation is one of the most common trends in the world today. With depression and anxiety being as common as they are in this day and age, the need for mental and emotional relief is just as high—which has understandably led to more and more people trying out meditative practices. If you’re traveling the world, here’s why we’d recommend not taking a break from your normal meditation routine.
You’re In a Great Headspace
Meditation is all about getting yourself into a good headspace. When you’re traveling abroad, you might on vacation, and therefore you may already be in a good headspace—but this is all the more reason to get your meditation going. You’re already at a great mental starting point, so why not see where this positive energy flow takes you?
Consistency Is Important
You might think that since you’re traveling, you don’t need to give your mind time to relax. But this isn’t true, because meditation is, just like many other things, a practice that needs to be honed and refined. Consistency is key, and even 10 or 15 minutes of daily meditation can work wonders when you’re traveling abroad in a foreign country.