Does meditation ever get easier with practice?

Lærke Poulsen
It absolutely does! The best thing you can do is to be persistent and at the same time not push yourself too hard to succeed quickly. If three minutes is all you manage to begin with, that is not only fine but also exactly what you should aim for! Even if you mind is still cluttered during those three minutes, you’ve still taken a step towards establishing the routine and getting your brain and yourself used to practicing meditation. I find myself having a pretty busy mind for most of my meditations still, but since I don’t care or feel about it I’ll often realise afterwards that the last part was actually really peaceful and zen! So don’t care or worry about it being hard for you, because the second you let that go you’ll already start making huge differences in your meditations, and keep up the practice! Best of luck!

Emily Oliver
In the short answer, no. I teach a meditation class. Instead of trying to practice to get better, try learning new ways to meditate. 🧘‍♀️🧘‍♀️🧘‍♀️

Sara Johansen
Meditation does get easier with practice. As long as you keep up the routine you will find it easier to keep your mind calm and focused on the breath. You'll find it easier to relax and stay focused during meditation and day to day lide as you keep it up.

Annett Wohlfahrt
In the short answer, no. I teach a meditation class. Instead of trying to practice to get better, try learning new ways to meditate. 🧘‍♀️🧘‍♀️🧘‍♀️

Maël Louis
It absolutely does! The best thing you can do is to be persistent and at the same time not push yourself too hard to succeed quickly. If three minutes is all you manage to begin with, that is not only fine but also exactly what you should aim for! Even if you mind is still cluttered during those three minutes, you’ve still taken a step towards establishing the routine and getting your brain and yourself used to practicing meditation. I find myself having a pretty busy mind for most of my meditations still, but since I don’t care or feel about it I’ll often realise afterwards that the last part was actually really peaceful and zen! So don’t care or worry about it being hard for you, because the second you let that go you’ll already start making huge differences in your meditations, and keep up the practice! Best of luck!

August Andersen
It absolutely does! The best thing you can do is to be persistent and at the same time not push yourself too hard to succeed quickly. If three minutes is all you manage to begin with, that is not only fine but also exactly what you should aim for! Even if you mind is still cluttered during those three minutes, you’ve still taken a step towards establishing the routine and getting your brain and yourself used to practicing meditation. I find myself having a pretty busy mind for most of my meditations still, but since I don’t care or feel about it I’ll often realise afterwards that the last part was actually really peaceful and zen! So don’t care or worry about it being hard for you, because the second you let that go you’ll already start making huge differences in your meditations, and keep up the practice! Best of luck!

Alexia Blanc
In the short answer, no. I teach a meditation class. Instead of trying to practice to get better, try learning new ways to meditate. 🧘‍♀️🧘‍♀️🧘‍♀️

Kelly Simmons
it becomes more fulfilling. the chatter of the mind becomes less robust, and you ease into a state of being more peacefully, softening into presence more soundly

Abby Beck
In the short answer, no. I teach a meditation class. Instead of trying to practice to get better, try learning new ways to meditate. 🧘‍♀️🧘‍♀️🧘‍♀️

Brandy Barrett
I don't do meditation very often because of my obligations. I am overwhelmed with obligations, but when I find free time I like to meditate because it relaxes me a lot.

Landon Ferguson
It absolutely does! The best thing you can do is to be persistent and at the same time not push yourself too hard to succeed quickly. If three minutes is all you manage to begin with, that is not only fine but also exactly what you should aim for! Even if you mind is still cluttered during those three minutes, you’ve still taken a step towards establishing the routine and getting your brain and yourself used to practicing meditation. I find myself having a pretty busy mind for most of my meditations still, but since I don’t care or feel about it I’ll often realise afterwards that the last part was actually really peaceful and zen! So don’t care or worry about it being hard for you, because the second you let that go you’ll already start making huge differences in your meditations, and keep up the practice! Best of luck!