Add Meditation Into Your Exercise Regimen Now!
During meditation, you tend to fall into the trap of over emotions and haste leading to not having the ability to meditate blissfully. Meditation has been identified as the most powerful spiritual practice benefiting and enhancing one’s life dramatically. It’s a tool that attempts to transcend the individual to bliss, and the bliss is so much that one might want to enjoy it forever, blissfully unaware about the length of the meditative journey. Each session sticks out as the cornerstone for the next meditative ecstasy, and that is somewhat addictive. One tends to fall into the trap of overexcitement and hurry, leading to not having the ability to meditate blissfully.
One should be like a young kid oblivious, without anticipation, of what one might experience. Don’t compare: Each time one begins meditating one should acknowledge it as a distinctive session and start afresh. The thought of engaging in the groove of a pleasant experience in the past slows down the improvement, and one gets fixated to an experience thus losing the chance of new experiences. Auto-suggest that you have all the time in the world: While meditating if one realizes that s\/he is falling into the trap of haste of reaching the peak of bliss experienced in the past, start auto suggesting that. Breathe as gradually as you can: to avoid hurry from taking over, you ought to breathe as slowly as one can.