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For anyone who has tried to meditate on a regular basis you will know that it is not always easy.
First finding the time to put aside for meditation can be difficult and then turning off the mind chatter and making good use of your time can be even harder.
I am a big believer in easy meditation. I understand the benefits of long and intense meditation sessions.
However I really think that a person can get a huge amount of benefit from a simple 10 – 20 minute meditation session at some point during the day.
Set Time Aside
I have never been good at sticking with a regular meditation schedule. After trying for some time I decided that in order for meditation to work for me it would have to be flexible. By flexible I mean that my meditation sessions would have to spontaneously fit within my day.
I no longer try to wake up early and meditate before my day begins. For one thing I often ended up falling back to sleep and then after several days of this I would inevitably give up.
Now I tailor my short meditation sessions to suit my day. Sometimes I will do it in the morning; other times I do it while sitting at a park around lunch time. Other times I take a few moments after dinner to tune out and relax. Basically I do whatever works on any given day.
If you are having a hard time setting a regular time aside for your meditation sessions, don’t beat yourself up, just find another way that works for you.
Use an External Stimulus
When you only have a short period of time to meditate you want to make every second of that time count. It can often take quite a few minutes to turn off the mind chatter and truly tune out and tune within.
I found that listening to a binaural beats recording during my meditation session made a huge difference for me. The binaural brainwave audio almost immediately helped me to relax and begin meditating. The feeling you get from meditation with binaural beats must be felt in order to understand. Basically I feel a little like I am floating and my conscious mind feels a little like it goes to sleep.
There are numerous binaural beat recordings that can be used with meditation but I found that the meditation binaural beats from The Unexplainable Store that are designed specifically for deep meditation have always worked best for me.
The recording is not very long so it is perfect for busy people who want to make the most out of their quick meditation break and reap the benefits that would normally be associated with much longer sessions.
Keep It Simple
Meditation becomes a real bother if you try to complicate it. My advice is to keep it simple, keep your sessions short until you are able to work up to longer meditations and use binaural beats to help get the most out of your time. All it takes is a few minutes a day of deep meditation to feel like a more relaxed, centered and rejuvenated person.
See our Unexplainable Store Review for more information on how binaural beats work and the different recording options for meditation.