I tend to do what you do. But it’s worth re adjusting so they don’t fall asleep. I practise this on yoga. Sometimes it’s nice to stretch legs out and wiggle then go back 😃
I think not to focus on the situation will make it easier for the person and the will may be a good motivator as well but if there is really specialized suffer from this matter I think they should search the Internet
I also sit cross cross, however, I keep it looser so my legs don't fall asleep as quickly. I'm mostly crossed at the ankles with my knees out in a butterfly position rather than stacking my legs
I usually start cross-legged, but then moved to a flat back, laying down, if it becomes too uncomfortable and distracting.
Heinz Joachim E.
I just sit on a low dose bed with my feet on the floor. As long as you feel the ground, it's a good position. + Your knees don't ache.
- What kind of meditation do you practice.
- Do you have a meditation guide that you recommend or a particular teacher that you feel is very helpful for a beginner?
- When’s your favorite time of day to meditate?
- What is the best way and when is the best time to meditate
- Do you find guided or unguided meditation helps to clear your mind more?
- Is there a certain position you find that works better? It seems harder to focus when I try to sit super straight.
- Do you prefer guided mediations or just calming sounds? Do you have any tips to make master meditation?
- Can you meditate properly laying down?
- How do you position yourself when you meditate? Do you sit, lie down, or stand?
- What do you visualise when meditating??