The word buzzed is not familiar for me (originaly I am Dutch) and also Google translate does not recognize it in the context of your question. So a I can’t answer the question.
Yeah it does actually. It feels as if you enter a kind of neural state where you are much more relaxed afterwords. Has something to do with the breathing as well I think
Sometimes it does. I've had that happen only a few times. Once when I was meditating in a tree. I looked up afterwards and the trees seems extra bright and colorful and the wind felt amazing against my skin. The whole experience felt like synesthesia.
Absolutely! It's like the epitome of a natural high. Which is cool in my opinion because instead of like a drink giving you the illusion that all is right and you're ok, it's actually true!
- How do you feel after meditation?
- How do you meditate well through illness or feeling pain? I find I struggle to breathe gently if I’m snuffling with a heavy cold and find it difficult to find peaceful calm in the face of persistent pain. Does anyone have strategies for meditating through these sort of challenges?
- Do you feel that meditation helps you?
- When do you find it easier to meditate: early in the day or to help wind down at night?
- How does one move from guided meditations to self directed meditation?
- How do I suppose to feel when meditate?
- How often do you recommend meditation?
- Best application to help me meditate?
- What part of meditation is your favorite?
- How do you motivate yourself to accomplish your habits when you’re busy?