In meditation, you are removing distractions that you may have been using to distract yourself from how exhausted you may be. It could be that meditation is simply allowing you to clearly feel how much you really need a nap!
It could be something else too, of course, that's making you feel drowsy in meditation. Like maybe that's your body's response to feeling understimulated or overstimulated. You could try a different form of meditation, like a walking meditation or something else to meet those needs better. Either way, listen to your body and find out what it's telling you there in the quiet focus of meditation. Find what works for you!
- Did it take you very long to be able to slow your mind down enough to make this a successful habit to have every day?
- Where do people meditate?
- Is it ok to lay down in bed and do meditation?
- Is meditation to music better than a guided meditation sometimes?
- What is the best time to Meditate? Besides mornings, where for me its to crazy, to busy?
- When you find your mind wandering, do you focus on your breathing to help?
- May I know if there is any way to have a meditation session with forest background music
- Can meditation help with physical pain?
- Advices for better meditation… Eyes closed or open? What to think? Good things or life problems?
- How many minutes do you meditate? Do you use an app to help you focus? If so, which one?