Yesterday I got angry at something I couldn't control. I could have made some efforts in improving the situation, but instead, I just got annoyed. That was really tiring and afterward I didn't do what I was hoping in the evening as I was too worn out.
- What is mindfulness meditation?
- Do you meditate upon a question?
- Which kind of meditation helps most for people with stress-related disorders?
- Should I keep my eyes open or closed when meditating?
- I have a small bed sit so having a specific place to meditate or pray that is separate from everything else is difficult. Any ideas on how to make one tiny area of a room feel special/sacred and separate from the day to day?
I could have planned ahead. I should have checked the weather forecast, ironed my clothes or even shopped for something that fits my new body.
- What helps you stay focused? Do you use a physical focusing point?
- Has your meditation practice changed you in any noticeable way?
- What is the percentage of guided versus alone?
- What do you do when one thought after another seems to pop into your meditation?
- What is the results meditation continuously has brought to you after four weeks-some often practice?
- Do you have a mantra?
- Do you use a meditation app? I use headspace, but I’ve heard of so many.
- What are some of your favorite meditation spots? Your couch? Sitting in a straight-backed chair?
- How do you come back to focus after your mind has wandered?
- How can I make myself to meditate every day? It a quiet and peaceful place one of the conditions?