For me, the best time to meditate is before sleep; it makes you feel so peaceful and it helps you sleep faster when you do it right. It could be any time of the day but it's best to have a certain hour to do it so it becomes an easy habit
I like to meditate right after my morning routine, I get up drink a glass of hot water, use the bathroom, stretch and then meditate. I find that if I try to meditate before my routine I'm inclined to fall back asleep or be distracted by thirst or the call of nature. Stretching just before gives me a stronger feeling of connection between my mind and body, which seems to facilitate deep breathing and aligned posture.
- What do you do in the evening if you’re too tired to meditate?
- How are different techniques of meditation compatible with each other?
- How can I avoid binge eating?
- What are some tips that help you manage your distracting thoughts while meditating?
- Should a quiet environment be important when I meditate?
- How do you stay focused on meditations when you feel that you could be doing something else instead of being still for 5-10 minutes?
- How many times do you lose focus when meditating?
- How should I begin meditation as a total beginner?
- How do you keep the negative thoughts away?
- I’m a meditation beginner and I found my mind was always distracted by some memories inside my brain whenever I try to focus on my breath’s inhales and exhales. I know it needs time to practice. However, I want to know if there are some meditation skills I missed or something I was doing incorrectly?