3. Don’t judge your meditation and don’t compare it to others
I have been meditating for more than nine years regularly now, and I have never had two same meditations. Sometimes, it’s intense, and I completely lose track of time and everything around me.
Other times, my meditation can be much shorter and shallower. It doesn’t matter. Both of them are fine. When you want to develop your daily meditation practice, you can’t judge yourself and the meditation. Meditating daily matters more than if you can get deep each time. Avoid any judging and cherish your own unique meditation experience.
4. Create a daily meditation practice
Make your mornings something that you look forward to. Create new morning habits that will carry you through the whole day. You can start with meditation and continue with reading, yoga, or shower. When you make it a routine and stay with it, it gets easier for you. You can read about some morning routine tips here.
5. Zen meditations and guided meditations
Traditional Zen meditation is a straightforward method in which you focus only on your breath. By giving attention to your breath, your mind ceases to wander. Even though this is the most well-known kind of meditation, it’s not the easiest one to start with from my experience.
Another option can be guided meditations, which are great to avoid the mind from getting distracted. In guided meditations, someone is guiding you by telling you what to focus on, what to imagine, and how to breathe. You can listen and follow the guidance.
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