Just think it has a lot of benefits with practice makes perfect. Its better to be good at one meditation than be able to do many and not knowing the purpose of it. Too many mediation and not mastering one means “jack of all trades, master of none”.
Yes. Personally I have found that laying flat and thinking of a serene place and picturing myself there works best for me. I think that once you find the right meditation for you you will be able to do it repeatedly and still enjoy it. Find one that helps you forget about all of your worries for a little while and let’s you just breathe and be still. Find one that replenishes your energy and positivity. Find one that calms your anxieties so you can focus on what you need to do to be the best you.
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Yes. There is no "same meditation". Meditating is just stopping and focusing on your breath and something else. That practice can never be boring 😊
That's an individual question. Some can. Some can't. You just have to figure out what works for you. There's no rule that says you have to do the same or something different everyday.
- How do you meditate when you are at a busy place (work for example) or with a busy schedule?
- What are your sources to meditate? App, videos on YouTube, podcasts?
- How do you deal with a distracted mind before you even start to meditate?
- How to you stop random thoughts from coming up during meditation?
- What do you do about the aches and pains during meditation?
- Yes. I am a novice at “Meditation” and would be interested in hearing how others began their practice (how long, routine, resources, etc. ).
- How has meditation made a difference in your life?
- Do you experience days in which you don’t have a “successful” meditation session? Where your thoughts are just too overwhelming and racing at the speed of light that you can’t seem to slow them down?
- What is your favourite thing about meditation?
- Favorite time of day to meditate and ideal length of time? Is 10 minutes too short?