You should always start with a mindful breathing meditation and then move into your mindfulness meditation. Starting with a breathing meditation will help you reap more of the benefits of the mindfulness meditation. Ideally, you should do the breathing meditation for 10-20 minutes and the mindfulness meditation for at least 20 minutes.
- How do you build up sitting still and meditating for long periods of time without moving and without falling asleep?
- When in the day, and how often in the day, do you meditate?
- Is it beneficial to meditate lying down, or do I need to be sitting? Due to a disability I have very poor circulation and I find that sitting still always leads to having a limb or two fall asleep.
- How do you meditate? What should meditating consist of? How can I make it most effective?
- Do you prefer to meditate on silence or do a guided meditation and why? Is it related to how long you’ve been meditating for?
Until you feel it. Your body will respond, and mine response is crying. I realize I just needed to cry. Meditation isn't to make something but to feel yourself.
- What does meditation do?
- Should I meditate in silence or with peaceful music?
- What are some of your difficulties with meditation and how do you cope with them/maintain focus?
- How to not get into sleep
- Can you meditate while driving?
- Do you think you need to meditate every day? Or do you alternate that with journaling?
- It’s difficult to me to have self-discipline. The worst of all is that I compare myself to others and I get disappointed. How can meditation help me get over it?
- What should I think about during meditation to improve calmness and increase the duration of the meditation?
- What is mindfulness meditation?
- How do you sit while you meditate?