Four times a day. A morning meditation in my bedroom. One outside, on a beach or on a walk. One in the bath and one before bed. Doing this for muscle memory so that meditating becomes a way of life.
I try to meditate in the morning, but I don't put too much pressure on myself self if I am unable to, as long as I can do it once a day, I know I'm helping myself. I do my meditation in my bedroom, I feel a sense of safety and warmth in my own personal space, which allows me to calm my mind and focus on the meditation.
I just started meditating. Usually I do it on my bed, but I'm going to try doing it on my yoga mat today. I meditate in the mornings and at night
I either sit in bed or on a comfy chair. I am trying to meditate in the morning before the day gets crazy. Often I find time in the evening when the family is starting to settle in for the night. It's a nice relaxing way to end the day too.
It really depends on how I feel. Sometimes I’ll meditate in my room or in my balcony. Sometimes for 5 or 10 minutes, sometimes for 20+ minutes. I listen to how my mind and body feels and do what feels right.
Meditation is part of my morning routine—after my workout. This works wonders for me because it helps set my mindset for the day ahead. And that’s important. I meditate at home, sitting cross-legged on a yoga mat inside the house and facing the window and looking out into nature (trees). In the evening, I sometimes practice sleep meditation; I listen to a guided sleep meditation or hypnosis to help me sleep and I am usually out within 5 minutes of listening. So I do this on the bed in my room.
I tend to meditate in the afternoon during my lunch break. If I miss this I tend to do it before bed. When I am "in the zone" I will do both.
Na L T.
Hi, thanks for ur quetion. Well, i usually do my meditation in my room (in the night) but sometimes i do in the beach before i start my day.
It's very difficult for me to find free time and room for meditation, so I try to meditate for 2 or 3 minutes whenever I can: walking on the street, at work when I'm left alone, at home while cooking etc.
It's tranquil, calms me down. I always meditate in the same comfy chair, try to create a pattern to it to keep momentum of the habit