- Where do you situate yourself to meditate (room, favorite chair, etc)?
- Should we meditate upon something or just be aware of our thoughts?
- How do you get yourself to meditate daily?
- What style of meditation works best for you?
- Mindfulness meditation is my daily practice but is it worth doing other types, such as loving-kindness, on a regular basis?
I say "I'm sorry" to the ones that might have been affected, and try to give them 'justice' or closure or whatever they want.
If I regret something, it often includes other people.
To take responsibility and acknowledge what I did and how it felt to them is very scary. But not doung it is worse, since it will never go away.
After clearing things out I feel much better, and the other perspn feels much better.
Usually, the bond between us gets stronger after such a thing.
Don’t beat yourself up
Don’t ruminate on negativity
Can you identify the triggers the other person sparked and the next time practice silence and space
Try not to react but to respond
- What do you think about when you meditate?
- I just have such a hard time not letting my thoughts get in the way, any suggestions?
- What do people “get “out of meditation?
- Is there a position in which you feel more easy to concentrate?
- What time is needed for meditation? Should it be different in the morning and in the evening? If you sometimes fall asleep during meditation, what should you do?
- In meditation. Is your mind supposed to be clear or can you meditate on something positive (or both)?
- How do you sit straight but relaxed?
- When meditating are there easier ways to focus instead of visualizing my breath? I have a hard time concentrating and keeping my mind from wandering when meditating. Does this get better with practice? And what are tips to get better?
- Sometime, while meditating I feel the urge to open my eyes. It’s better to open them or trying to focus harder?
- How do you know when you’re comfortable enough to start meditating without a guided meditation?