I almost always meditate laying down because that's the only way I feel truly relaxed with body not tagging at my mind all the time. I read about the preferred sitting position to keep 'alert' and prevent falling asleep but that hasn't been an issue and I'm feeling great after my meditations.
Hope that helps, and happy meditating! 🙂
However, to answer your question, I am more comfortable lying down. I get more benefit from that position. It may not be the best position, but with my spinal issues, I find that I can relax more in lying down. I am a very
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If it is a different place every so often or every time then your mind and body will not center and you will not find your Chi.
I think the goal is to get to know your mind – how and where you do that doesn't matter too much in my opinion
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