Learning how to meditate is the easy part, it really is.
The hard part is putting it into practice – why do you think its said that one “Practices Meditation”.
However that being said, what can be hard about meditating twice a day every day, right?!
Well life can some times get in the way, but the more you meditate the more you bend and flex around such perceived obstacles and you will be able to cope more easily with whatever comes along.
Your intention should be to meditate twice a day (morning and evening) every day.
However, if your day is disrupted and you miss a meditation, this should not be something to stress about. Just accept that it happened and try not to miss too often.
One piece of advice – be patient!
My advice to all new meditators is to be prepared to do your mediation twice a day for 6 – 9 months before you expect to see any real and tangible benefits.
Vedic Meditation is not an overnight, quick fix solution. It does take time for the benefits of regular meditation to manifest in daily life. My advice to all new meditators is to be prepared to do your mediation twice a day for 6 – 9 months before you expect to see the most significant tangible benefits.
Although, in reality, most people that I teach to meditate do begin to experience something after just one or two meditations. But what these people find is the early benefits that they notice pale in comparison to what they notice around the 6-9 month mark. And it doesn’t stop there, the longer you meditate the more you gain.
The technique is very subtle and sometimes there is a lot of work happening on the inside. It may be once this is complete that you will notice benefits begin to shine through in the outer you. These benefits can include more energy, clarity of mind, sleeping better (deeper, more restful, meaningful sleep), greater tolerance, compassion, love and caring.
If you think that you are ready to learn how to meditate,
give me a call, Warwick Jones, 09 419 5380