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Let's Normalize Meditating

You don't have to wear tie-dye shirts and drink avocado smoothies to practice meditation.


It's time to wash away that stereotype (coined by the judgmental douche that I am) and start recognizing meditation for what it really is:

Obtaining that post-nut clarity.

But really, straying outside the bounds of your minds  can cause a lot of mental disruption, like gaslighting your significant other and flipping off random drivers who don't use their turn signals.

Like Aaron Rodgers once said,



Meditating is gaining more popularity (even though people have been doing this for centuries) in the country. Netflix shows like Headspace: A Guide to Meditation and The Goop Lab are dedicated to spiritual healing, and unlocking your own mental state of comfort. Given how hectic the last twelve months have been, it's no surprise many are seeking ways to release stress and anxiety. I think it's important and it's something people should and ARE doing more of. These shows are a great way to learn about the benefits of self healing.

Don't just take my word for it, Jerry Seinfeld swears by it. Plenty of famous people meditate. BILLIONAIRES incorporate meditation into their daily routine. What, you think it's just a coincidence these people are successful and meditate?

So the question is...

Why not meditate?

It's not just for buddhists, hippies, demons or weirdos that trick themselves using homeopathic medicine. It's actually a form of self love that everybody can enjoy, no matter where you are. Just like you may hit the gym to get stronger, meditation is an exercise for your mind and your mental health. Plant that ass on the ground and free your mind.