Change the count if too easy or hard. It takes my mind down to 25mph after going 60+ all day
Hope that helps~
Sadly it's not that easy on a very hot summer day when I cannot even concentrate, but I'm still trying.
This meditation aids in falling asleep by relaxing the body and mind and helping prevent a racing mind that would otherwise keep you awake.
I hope you find it useful. Best wishes to you!
If anything needs clearing or tidying its done so that im not going to be distracted.
Then i have a handy app on my phone called mindfulness, it gently guides you with meditation. I even use it at times to help me sleep better. It could be called cheating, but if you're new to meditating its a handy tool.
Meditation after a nap is the best for me since I can relax completely without falling asleep.
I meditate before bed because it's a time when certainly I can spend a few minutes staying really present, since during the rush of the day I can make escuses for not meditating, hence losing the amazing benefits that this practice brings to me.
Also, doing it at the end of my sleeping ritual, helps me to slow down effectively. So, when I end it, I would not have problems to sleep.
At home: phone less bedroom, just relaxing
- Do you find meditation more helpful in the morning or the evening?
- How do you keep yourself motivated and disciplined?
- How many hours should you meditate?
- What’s your length goal for meditating? How long do you want to be able to meditate for?
- How long do you meditate for and at what time of day?
- What is your main aim of meditation?
- What is the recommended amount of time to meditate?
- Is it normal to almost go into sleep, then awake in your mind in time for the end of meditation cycle?
- Is it better to do the same meditation multiple times in a row/use the same app/stick to the same teacher, or better to change it up and do a different meditation every day?
- When do you meditate? For how long?