I have tried different times and I am sure that for me it works better if I do it early in the morning, after I wake up.. There are the less Disruptive Thoughts and this helps me stay focused
- Can I imagine myself as watching myself be there rather than actually seeing through my own eyes? Does it reduce the benefits?
- What is it I should be thinking about?
- When meditating are there easier ways to focus instead of visualizing my breath? I have a hard time concentrating and keeping my mind from wandering when meditating. Does this get better with practice? And what are tips to get better?
- Do you prefer guided meditation or simple breathing techniques for your meditation practice?
- Do you use the guided meditation sessions or do you have your own method? If you have your own method, can you please share what works for you?
I like the early morning because I have no one to talk to. I have yet to check my text or social media. So the world is quite and I can listen to my thoughts better.
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I like to meditate while commuting. It makes the experience grounding and enjoyable rather than a bother. I also love to meditate before bed as I get much better and serene rest.
I prefer to do it right before bed. I can get into it as I don't have to any work to do afterwards and it help me sleep, so it's a win win!
Usually right when I wake up. It prepares me for a calm morning that will hopefully bleed into the rest of my day as well. Meditating focuses my attention on what really matters and going into the day with a relaxed mindset makes it easier for me to complete all my other tasks.
In the mornings or evenings, before or after the day has started, those are the most calm moments for me. It helps me prepare for either the coming day or night, both of which need some calmness and focus.
After I eat a late breakfast, which is in most cases afternoon time. I really enjoy meditating before bed, right after a warm bath or shower.
I have been doing both morning and night since starting the Fabulous journey this week. But I’d have to say evening is better.
Mornings are usually best for me but sometimes this gets interrupted if I sleep in or have an early start.
The mornings I find help me get clarity before the day. While the evenings are good to relax and get myself settled after a big day.
- How do you position yourself during meditation?
- Have you considered going to a short meditation retreat?
- Yes. How exactly does one calm one’s mind in order to meditate? Like how can I quiet my mind completely in order to experience peace?
- Does meditation need to be done the same time every day?
- How do you meditate to get focused?
- How do you keep yourself focused on meditation?
- At times I have difficulty staying awake when I meditate in the morning. Does it happen to you too? How do you stay awake?
- What good meditation resources/apps do you use once you’ve progressed from the in-app ones?
- What changes do you see in yourself when you meditate daily?
- My mind drifts off too much during meditation, what should I do about it?