I can focus for longer because I am getting used to being mindful. Learning to control my breathing and clear my mind is a powerful tool.
The more you try the better you will get at it. The most important thing is to not beat up yourself if you can't focus.
Rather, ask yourself "What can I do differently?" Experiment.
- Is it ok to meditate lying down in the bed or is it better to sit down on the floor! Not sure if there is much difference! Thanks
- How long do I have to meditate to make a difference In my brain structure?
- How do you incorporate the things you learn through meditation in your everyday life?
- How should I meditate?
- What could you do better during your next meditation?
Overall though, I’d say I’m much more able to concentrate now than I was when I started…. so I guess the answer is yes 🙂 but expecting a truly linear progression might be unrealistic.
- How do you meditate? What should meditating consist of? How can I make it most effective?
- How long did you meditate for when your first started?
- How do you maintain your habits when recovering from an injury?
- Does meditation ever get easier with practice?
- How much, how long and how often do you meditate?
- How does you meditation routine look? Do you do it in the morning or evening, etc.?
- How often per day, how long, and what kind of meditation do you have?
- What is the basic right technique for meditation?
- How do you get your mind to stay centered when you meditate? Mine keeps drifting into thoughts?
- How did you start meditating?