It is time I take to reflect on myself, my choices, and my actions. A moment I take to examine myself and who I am, where I am going, and how I am getting there. A chance to center myself and prepare myself for tomorrow.
A period of time set aside for the purpose of quieting the mind and allowing the nature of your thoughts to become nonjudgmental and fluid. The goal is to reach a state where your thoughts do not define you. Theore you can reach these states for longer periods of time during a session, theore you become non-reactive to outside stimuli and are able to hold your composure in times of stress and mental anguish. You become more confident that you can mentally navigate the UPS and downs of life. You become much more resilient under pressure. This strength can affect all areas of your life.
- Does maintaining an upright seated position while meditating get easier with practice?
- How do you meditate outside house, say at work, without attracting too much attention of people around?
- Do you ever meditate while lying on your back? Is this a valid way to meditate?
- I usually meditate by lying over the ground and closing my eyes… can I do it while doing other postures like Yoga and how to do it
- What’s you’re advice for someone with severe pain syndrome or fibromyalgia? When having bad days, it’s so hard to stick to the routines, the chain breaks so soon and it have physical and emotional pain everytime.
- Do you only use meditate as a point of focus or for anything else? Visualization, reflection, prayer?
- which part of the day do you feel is the best time for you to meditate? thanks!
- What is an ideal duration for meditating? What time of the day/night? Does it matters?
- Sitting on thr floor upright is painful for my back. Are there any suggestions on how to improve my meditation posture?
- Do any of y’all use headspace as a meditation app? How’s it going?