Meditate: deep forest greens, cream and gold in a geode formation around a crystal quartz and crushed glass cluster.
If I had a dollar for every time someone told me they can't meditate, I'd have enough money to quite my job and become a meditation instructor full time. Anyone and everyone can meditate. If you think you're the only person whose squirrel brain won't shut off, I have news for you: you're not special. You're literally the same as everyone else who's ever attempted to meditate. The point of meditation is not to "turn off your brain." The point is to pick a focus, like your breath, and come back to it over and over and over again without judgement. You'll get distracted a million times. That's ok. You'll get frustrated. That's ok, too. The point is to retrain the neural pathways in your brain to cease constant fire and find a little more calm. In a 15 minute meditation, I'm lucky if I get a combined total of 45 seconds of silence. That's the point. The more we do it, and surrender to the process over and over and over, the more we train our brains to ground and center. And guess what? You'll start to do it in your conscious life too. Meditation is the key to the magic inside you just waiting to be unlocked.