New Year 2022: Setting intentions and sticking to those New Year Resolutions with Dhyana

New Year 2022: Setting intentions and sticking to those New Year Resolutions with Dhyana

Article by: Team Dhyana

‘Tis the season to be free (and mindful)

It’s the holiday season. Time to be fun and frolic. But, among all the partying, celebrations, somewhat scattered sleep schedules, it’s also the time to recuperate with your mind and body. While we’d all love to spend time with our friends and family this week, taking some time out never hurt anybody. And by some, we mean some. We won’t be running on your parade of holiday escapades and ecstasy, we’re here to encourage you to take 21 minutes out. Just 21 – a minor time capsule in all the hours you’ll be spending in a laid back manner. 

Why 21? 

The year has been tough, maybe easier than the previous one for two reasons:

1. We as humans evolve and with sudden homebound and panic of 2020, we learned through it better in 2021

2. We were prepared for what was coming.

Hence, it’s time to give yourself that pat on the back for getting through these testing times, reflecting on the happenings of the calendar year and embrace every change, progress and victory we had in this period. Focus on the positive. 

Dhyana’s 21-minute meditation programme is something that you can accommodate in your schedule even on a busy day. What’s best is that if you practice it often, the place or time would not matter. In between meetings, after the lunch break, during commute, or, in this case, during the “downtime” between two plans. What we’re aiming for with these 21 minutes of calm is to not forget to be self aware, be mindful of our plans, and focus on building a strong inner self. The importance witnesses a huge spike thanks to the scattered thoughts one can have with the increased social interaction during this period. Take the 21 minutes, find your calm and roar on to some more festive cheer. 

New Year 2022: Setting an intention for the year with Dhyana

While we’re always encouraging reflection to track progress, it is equally integral to set new intentions to fuel the progress. This is what brings us to the second stage of the behavioral transformation process as the year comes to a close – intention setting. A simple plan-based module of setting goals and intentions for the coming year. 

And, what better time than the turn of the year to have a bunch of new intentions to keep you going towards building a better version of yourself and achieving those long term goals too. Setting the new year intentions gets easier with the Dhyana app thanks to their tailor-made suggestions based on your previous target, progress and how well you have managed to achieve them. 

New Year 2022: Sticking to the resolutions with journaling by Dhyana 

Setting intentions flourish best in the shadow of journaling. Journaling, no matter what someone else would say to you, is one of the most effective ways of focusing on yourself. Reliving moments through the day usually help you to reflect on your behaviour, how you tackled certain issues, the good parts as well as the progress you made. This one, however, is focused on your intentions for 2022. The all-new journaling feature on Dhyana’s app allows you to achieve your new year resolutions. 

New Year 2022: Here are a few steps and key factors of Dhyana’s journaling for 2022. 

  • One space for everything. Even if you have multiple and varied new year resolutions, the Dhyana app is one place where you can store them all. So, start scribbling, set goals and get on the road to achieving them. 
  • The biggest reason for a minimal success rate for new year resolutions is that we cannot track them. Make them a slow process, a step-by-step one. With the Dhyana app you can track your progress and motivate yourself to get closer to the final goal everyday. 
  • And finally, reminders. Easily, the most important part. While very casually forget to drink 3-4 litres of water everyday and rely on apps to give us reminders, it is only natural for the NYE resolutions to slip to the subconscious mind too. Hence, Dhyana reminders are your saving grace to having successful New Year 2022 resolutions. 

New Year 2022: Setting intentions and sticking to those New Year Resolutions with Dhyana

Article by: Team Dhyana

‘Tis the season to be free (and mindful)

It’s the holiday season. Time to be fun and frolic. But, among all the partying, celebrations, somewhat scattered sleep schedules, it’s also the time to recuperate with your mind and body. While we’d all love to spend time with our friends and family this week, taking some time out never hurt anybody. And by some, we mean some. We won’t be running on your parade of holiday escapades and ecstasy, we’re here to encourage you to take 21 minutes out. Just 21 – a minor time capsule in all the hours you’ll be spending in a laid back manner. 

Why 21? 

The year has been tough, maybe easier than the previous one for two reasons:

1. We as humans evolve and with sudden homebound and panic of 2020, we learned through it better in 2021

2. We were prepared for what was coming.

Hence, it’s time to give yourself that pat on the back for getting through these testing times, reflecting on the happenings of the calendar year and embrace every change, progress and victory we had in this period. Focus on the positive. 

Dhyana’s 21-minute meditation programme is something that you can accommodate in your schedule even on a busy day. What’s best is that if you practice it often, the place or time would not matter. In between meetings, after the lunch break, during commute, or, in this case, during the “downtime” between two plans. What we’re aiming for with these 21 minutes of calm is to not forget to be self aware, be mindful of our plans, and focus on building a strong inner self. The importance witnesses a huge spike thanks to the scattered thoughts one can have with the increased social interaction during this period. Take the 21 minutes, find your calm and roar on to some more festive cheer. 

New Year 2022: Setting an intention for the year with Dhyana

While we’re always encouraging reflection to track progress, it is equally integral to set new intentions to fuel the progress. This is what brings us to the second stage of the behavioral transformation process as the year comes to a close – intention setting. A simple plan-based module of setting goals and intentions for the coming year. 

And, what better time than the turn of the year to have a bunch of new intentions to keep you going towards building a better version of yourself and achieving those long term goals too. Setting the new year intentions gets easier with the Dhyana app thanks to their tailor-made suggestions based on your previous target, progress and how well you have managed to achieve them. 

New Year 2022: Sticking to the resolutions with journaling by Dhyana 

Setting intentions flourish best in the shadow of journaling. Journaling, no matter what someone else would say to you, is one of the most effective ways of focusing on yourself. Reliving moments through the day usually help you to reflect on your behaviour, how you tackled certain issues, the good parts as well as the progress you made. This one, however, is focused on your intentions for 2022. The all-new journaling feature on Dhyana’s app allows you to achieve your new year resolutions. 

New Year 2022: Here are a few steps and key factors of Dhyana’s journaling for 2022. 

  • One space for everything. Even if you have multiple and varied new year resolutions, the Dhyana app is one place where you can store them all. So, start scribbling, set goals and get on the road to achieving them. 
  • The biggest reason for a minimal success rate for new year resolutions is that we cannot track them. Make them a slow process, a step-by-step one. With the Dhyana app you can track your progress and motivate yourself to get closer to the final goal everyday. 
  • And finally, reminders. Easily, the most important part. While very casually forget to drink 3-4 litres of water everyday and rely on apps to give us reminders, it is only natural for the NYE resolutions to slip to the subconscious mind too. Hence, Dhyana reminders are your saving grace to having successful New Year 2022 resolutions. 

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Dhyana is made in India by Avantari
+91 9346 2056 75 | support@smartdhyana.com



Accepted payment methods:

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Connect with us:

Dhyana is made in India by Avantari
+91 9346 2056 75 | support@smartdhyana.com