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Meditation Techniques – My best meditation techniques for beginner and advanced meditators

Meditation Techniques – My best meditation techniques for beginner and advanced meditators

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  1. Woah I could change my username all along

    They are safe. and if they do trigger, then it's just placebo. Sounds themselves wont cause it if you don't purposely think they will.

  2. I don't agree on the time needed. It requires a lot of practice to reach a meditative state in 5 minutes, you need at least 15 minutes for a full session, otherwise you are relaxing but never reaching a meditative state.

  3. Do you breath through your mouth, nose or both?

  4. I think the time is just for beginners. Honestly, I have a hard time sitting still for that long. I get far too antsy. It's kinda nice to have a stepping stone.

  5. thank you! very insightful

  6. if you will be thinking of them this way, they probably will 😉 think positive

  7. i just tried it…Amazing!!!!! what!!!!!!

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  9. Incredibly helpful!


  11. Can we meditate laying down?

  12. Wow….. My friend told me to try meditation…. And honestly, I thought it was a bunch of mumbo-jumbo…. But this is so real, I can feel the effects…… Thank you.

  13. Thank you for the tutorial. Should I meditate at the same time everyday? Thanks in advanced!

  14. There's no such thing as a meditation master.. Theres no finishing meditation. It's just something people practice. You'll never meditate so much that it just stops working. Meditation will always continue to benefit you.. Yes, the more you do it the more focused, aware, etc. you will become but there is no mastery. It's no competition

  15. Gladys Eden De Pio

    thank you so much.. i'll do this. :)

  16. Another stress reliever I do is running, I would recommed running because it is healthy.

  17. thank you very much. i think it will useful to me.

  18. I've found you don't have to meditate at the same time every day at all. Whenever works for you on the day is fine. It can be helpful doing it at the same time every day though because it helps to build up a habit with 2 benefits. 1 – you're less likely to forget to do it. 2 – when it's a habit, you naturally find it easier to relax and get in the meditation groove because your mind/body are expecting it and you subconsciously prepare yourself beforehand

  19. Meditating lying down is perfectly fine if it works for you. If you're tired though you might find it hard to stay awake. Pick a time of day when you feel wide awake and you shouldn't have any problem.
    Lying down meditation can also help at night if you're having trouble sleeping. Lie down, relax, meditate, and you often find you end up drifting off … and even if you don't … at least you end up feeling relaxed and less stressed about it :)

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