You may have heard of meditation or have perhaps tried it yourself. You weren’t sure if you were doing it right because your mind was clouded by so many thoughts. Perhaps you became bored or didn’t receive any of the promised perks. With all of the other demands on your time, it’s possible you couldn’t find time for it. Meditation has been shown to lower anxiety and stress, increase attention and resilience, and improve physical well-being. Despite this, the majority of people who begin meditation discontinue after a few weeks.
Here are some pointers that you need to know before you quit meditation:
1. Meditation allows you to become more aware of your subconscious and intuition. Paying attention, though, isn’t enough. Your inner self must likewise be at ease with you in order to communicate its opinions with you.
2. Don’t make judgement on your feelings or thoughts. Accept and acknowledge them without passing judgement. They are exactly who they are.
3. The benefits of meditation are reduced when you are critical of yourself. When you’re performing yoga, don’t worry about how you look. Don’t be too hard on yourself if you lose track of how many times you’ve chanted.
4. Never feel as if you’re performing a meditation incorrectly. Or you can believe that a meditative activity isn’t “genuine” because it hasn’t been codified and practised for thousands of years. It’s legitimate if you feel pleasure in meditating your way.
5. Before you decide to quit, Listen to your inner self for direction on the type of meditation you want to undertake and when you want to do it. Trust that your inner self is always looking out for your best interests.