2-3 sounds amazing ! I usually do one in the morning and one before going to bed. I do the third one if I’m feeling stressed during the day, or when I have time to.
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Yes, however when wirking a 12 hr shift on a busy ward this task on 3 out of 7 days is not possible. The other days i should be able to do this but for 15 mins max on the mid day meditation.
Yes. Meditation has helped me to eliminate negative thoughts, worries, anxiety, all factors that can prevent me from feeling happy. It has also been proved that the practice of meditation, carried out on a regular basis, will mitigate the symptoms of stress and anxiety, which can’t be a great help to some people out there.
I would suggest meditating in the morning and before going to bed. However, during very challenging days, I meditate 3 times at day which has help me to be more aware of My breathing when I’m getting tense and stressed.
I am just learning how to do this but does help me focus on what's next to get done. It slows my mind and it helps with my pain. I found yesterday that even meditation could get on top of the pain and migraine I was experiencing. It does calm my mind when it races which is a real plus for me.
Yes, twice per day seems to be my sweet spot and helps me stay more centered and present throughout the day and evening.
Yes, meditation a couple of times a day helps ground yourself and keep your self focused, boost concentration, lowers stress levels. It is getting harder to at least start one a day whether it’s after you get up in the morning or before going to bed to clear your mind
- What music should I meditate to and for how long??😇
- What is your favorite spot to meditate?
- Do you use mantras while you meditate? And if so, which ones work well for you?
- What is the easiest way to get rid of a distracted mind during meditation?
- What is the best way to meditate? It is best to have a longer time limit or start with a slower time limit?
- Is it bad that I don’t try to be present? I can very easily get focused on my body and senses so it’s not like I can’t be present. It’s just most of the time I use meditation as a way to jump start my mind to create and focusing on my breath doesn’t really did that. It’s like the meditation is a travel agent setting my mind off so I can follow where it goes.
- How long do you tend to mediate for each day?
- Do you have any fun meditation techniques, that makes meditation fun and motivating to do?
- I struggle keeping myself concentrated with meditation, how can I overcome that? Thx
- What apps do you use for meditating?