Both. Somethings are better if you close your eyes and let it lead you but others you need your eyes open to lead your own path
If you would like to curate a study schedule, I’d recommend starting with the different subjects that you want to be studying. Evaluating what subjects are more right brained thinking meaning, they’re more creative more intuitive more expensive. And left brain thinking meaning, it’s more logical well thought out and methodical. Then, align each subject with a specific energy on a specific day. For example, studying math would be a left brained activity And maybe you dedicate Mondays to math. Then Tuesdays your study art history and that would require more right brained energy. So, as long as you’re aligning each day of the week with either left brained or right brained energy that will help you create a study schedule that fills your cup rather than drains it. I hope that helps!
Do as your mood dictates you! I like to close my eyes when I have to do it in timely manner and imagine a beautiful surrounding area, but if I’m able to do it in a safe place that I like, I will have them open.
- What kind of meditation do you practice.
- Do you have a meditation guide that you recommend or a particular teacher that you feel is very helpful for a beginner?
- When’s your favorite time of day to meditate?
- What is the best way and when is the best time to meditate
- Do you find guided or unguided meditation helps to clear your mind more?
- Is there a certain position you find that works better? It seems harder to focus when I try to sit super straight.
- Do you prefer guided mediations or just calming sounds? Do you have any tips to make master meditation?
- Can you meditate properly laying down?
- How do you position yourself when you meditate? Do you sit, lie down, or stand?
- What do you visualise when meditating??