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3 Types of People Who Can’t Meditate (and How They Can Learn)

Some people try meditation and find it doesn’t work. Does that mean they are lost causes? I don’t think so. The more difficult cases simply need a different approach. Everyone has an unconscious mind and it’s your birthright to be able to access it.

Align Your Body to Align Your Mind

There’s no point meditating if you wreck your back while doing it. Fortunately, you have options. Learn how to adjust your posture to the ideal state… or whether you even need to.

The Simple Exercise That Fixes Your Breathing and Posture

There’s a fine art to getting your posture and breathing right. This simple exercise will enable your meditation sessions to go that much more smoothly. And I’m sure you’ll find that the benefits don’t stop there – not by a long shot.

Meditate the Way You Enter a Hot Bath

Meditation isn’t always easy but it is always possible. When you approach it the way you approach a hot bath, you’ll achieve your goals even on the difficult days.

Don’t Ignore Distractions

When your mind goes quiet, that’s when you’re most vulnerable to distractions. That doesn’t mean that meditation is hopeless. Knowing how to properly handle distractions will help you in and beyond your meditation sessions.

Post-Meditation Gibberish Means It’s Working

There’s a strange thing that happens to some meditators. They find that, after a session, they find it hard to speak well. Losing your words doesn’t happen to everyone but it’s perfectly natural. If you don’t like waiting, you can learn how to reactivate your vocabulary quickly and easily.

How to Truly Let Go In Meditation

Some days, your thoughts race. It can be hard to let go and meditate deeply. Fortunately, there are strategies that calm your mind, sharpen your focus and draw your awareness into the ideal state. Practice these and your meditation sessions become so much easier.

Should You Combine Meditation Techniques?

Meditation comes in many flavours. Even mindfulness meditation has your choice on what to focus on. Should you stick with drawing your awareness to one thing, or should you move your awareness through the session?

Using Meditation to Add, Not Remove

Mindfulness meditation is great for clearing out the mental clutter. In a way, it’s a tool of destruction. There is a tool of creation you can learn, one that transforms the way you respond to the world… and the world responds to you.

The Danger With Meditation (and How to Avoid It)

There’s something that most meditation coaches know but few will tell you. This is a shame, as this common experience can undo all your efforts. Unless you know what to expect and how to handle it, that is.

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