your current schedule! First, I invite you to convert your waiting time into meditating time. The average person waits 45-60 minutes a day. We wait for appointments, we wait in traffic, wewait in line at the grocery store and we wait on hold on the phone. Yet those precious "waitingtimes" can be converted into meditating times. So next time you are waiting for an appointment, take a moment to notice your breath. Or nexttime you are waiting in line at the grocery store, take a moment to smile from the inside. Second, have a daily activity be your meditation. You can incorporate meditation into any of thesedaily activities: *brushing your teeth*emptying the dishwasher*showering*eating*walking*folding laundry, ironing As you brush your teeth, notice your breath. Or notice the aliveness in your hands and mouth. Asyou empty the dishwasher, feel the aliveness in your hand as you put each dish away. Third, have your dog or cat be your meditation! Have you ever noticed when walking your dog howyour dog is completely in the moment, taking in its' surroundings? Well you can join your dog inthis blissful state. When walking the dog notice the aliveness in your feet with each step. Noticethe aliveness of the trees, birds, your surroundings. While petting the cat, notice the softness ofthe fur. Be completely present with your dog or cat! Four, meditate while driving! Now, of course, do NOT close your eyes and meditate while driving.But you can be completely present while driving, with your eyes open. While driving, notice thealiveness in your hands as you touch the steering wheel. Or at a stop sign or in traffic, notice yourbreath. These are simple ways you can incorporate meditation into your daily life without taking ANY timeout of your current schedule. If we all did these simple things, we'd have a daily meditationpractice! Obstacle #2: Lack of Self-Discipline The second biggest obstacle people face in incorporating meditation into their daily life is lack ofself-discipline! Meditation takes discipline. I know many of us start out with great intentions tomeditate daily or to exercise daily and we might do it for a couple of weeks, but then we lack thediscipline necessary to continue. That's why life coaches, personal trainers and other professions have been created! To hold usaccountable and to keep us focused!