Check-in Day 3: Make Meditation My Daily Habit
You want to make meditation your daily habit because it helps…
- reduce stress
- improve concentration
- encourage a healthy lifestyle
- increase self-awareness
- slow aging
- benefit cardiovascular and immune health
- increase overall happiness
With all the recap of tips and additional advice to make meditation your daily habit, you should be very on track in meditating every day.
But if you still encounter certain difficulties in meditation,
Check the FAQs to overcome all the possible barriers.
1. How to not fall asleep when I meditate?
Avoid meditating too close to bedtime so that doesn’t become confused with relaxing into sleep. In meditation, we’re practicing the opposite—falling more fully awake. Usually, it’s best to have an hour between meditation and sleep so that those two things stay clearly separate in your awareness, your body, and your habits.
2. My body is not flexible to do the traditional meditation position, how can I meditate?
As stated before, it is very important that you are comfortable while you meditate, which is why finding the best position for you is essential.
As illustrated, you can sit without crossing your legs, on a cushion, chair, or meditation bench. The most important thing is that you are comfortable, relaxed, and your torso is balanced so that your spine supports all of your weight from the waist up.
Mindfulness is just one step away.
Practising meditation on a daily basis is a big step forward to make you healthier, and I’m gladly recommending you to take the next step – let’s work on how to react to tension and irritation.