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Thursday, 14 February 2013 11:37

How Do I Meditate?

Written by  Amy Rogg

It is widely stereotyped that in order to successfully meditate, one must clear out all thoughts in the mind until left with a blank slate. If you have attempted to do this, you probably came to the realization that it is impossible. It is estimated that we have over 70,000 thoughts a day! Now imagine trying to stop all of them from coming into your mind space. Not sure about you, but it leaves me feeling a bit stressed out. And that's the exact opposite of what meditation should feel like. There are endless ways to meditate and every person will find what works for them. But if you are just beginning, and would like to learn how to start, read on!

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It is widely stereotyped that in order to successfully meditate, one must clear out all thoughts in the mind until left with a blank slate. If you have attempted to do this, you probably came to the realization that it is impossible. It is estimated that we have over 70,000 thoughts a day! Now imagine trying to stop all of them from coming into your mind space. Not sure about you, but it leaves me feeling a bit stressed out. And that's the exact opposite of what meditation should feel like. There are endless ways to meditate and every person will find what works for them. But if you are just beginning, and would like to learn how to start, read on!

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