How To Use
Enlightenment isn’t just a flashy word we like to use. It’s a state of mind people have been trying to reach since the dawn of humanity. Enlightenment Planner introduces you to Buddhist principles that have been guiding mindfulness for thousands of years. Spoiler alert: Meditation is key to reaching enlightenment. That’s why Enlightenment Planner is designed to help you keep track of your thoughts and feelings so you can meditate and reflect, rather than suppress and forget.
When you give your thoughts the time they deserve, you will find yourself better able to identify what brings peace to your life and what does not. Then, use Enlightenment Planner the same way you use any planner—to lay out a plan. Set aside time to volunteer, start a travel fund, or make lunch plans with that coworker you aren’t quite jiving with yet. Your path to enlightenment will make itself clear to you.
Enlightenment Planner begins with a quick overview of Buddhist principles to guide you on your journey to enlightenment.
Light Your Path
Use this section at the beginning of each month to set short-term goals, focus your meditation, identify things to let go of, and give yourself encouragement for the month ahead.
This section gives an overview of the entire month and describes a meditation technique you can use to reflect on those ideas and feelings you are becoming more in touch with.
This is the section you will return to most often. Record those fleeting thoughts, emotions, and ambitions that pop into your head throughout the day. Meditate and keep track of the things that better mindfulness inspires in you.
This section gives you a chance to look back at your month and reflect on the things that you struggled with and those that made you shine.
What has the last year of meditation and mindfulness done for the way you address the thoughts and emotions you have every day? At the end of the year, reflect on your journey and plan for another fantastic year of enlightenment.