Right now, I’m doing yoga for 10-15 minutes when I wake up, then meditating after breakfast. If I have monkey brain when I go to bed, I do a guided bedtime meditation or listen to a sleep story.
It’s only been a week or so, but it seems to be working out 🙂
The first one: you have clear thoughts, you are less overwhelmed so you can go deeper insider yourself, mind and soul.
In the evening is good because you releaae all the stress you carry throughout the day, you can relax and have better sleep experience.
It really depends on you and your daily activities. I try both
My second best time is when I have a restless night's sleep & I meditate to calm my worries & focus in a positive direction.
Then am also able to think of what I needed throughout the day and plan on how I could have it the next day…and by this I've improved tromendously on my memory
- 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?
- Is it okay to mediate by laying down in bed before you go to bed?
- Is it better to sit or lay down during meditation ?
- Have you used Headspace? How is that going?
- While I try to meditate my mind wanders. I try to concentrate on my breathing but my mind observes the sounds and touch. If I close my eyes, I picture something. What should I do to this state?
- You think is better meditate at morning or at night?