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So many times I've heard - I can't meditate because I can't sit still. Or, I can't quiet the mind. I say - so what & call BS on that.😉
Don't put so much pressure on meditation. Try different styles and see what feels right for you. Practice meditating on the sounds around you. We often think meditation is turning away from the world, sitting and silence and not a single thought can't move through us. I'm sorry - That's not always realistic for me. We are beings who are living in a busy world, so it is possible to use what's around us as a way of meditating.
🌟 Try this:
1) Close your eyes. 2) Expand your awareness and notice the sounds around you. 3) The sounds in the room. Outside the room. Then even farther. 4) Listen to the most distant sound you can hear. 5) Instead of trying to ignore all the noise, invite it in as part of the fabric of your meditation. 6) Stay and embrace this state of awareness you've cultivated, allowing the world around you to contribute to your meditation. 7) Sit for as along as you want. 8 ) When you're ready, draw your attention back to your body, your breath, and open your eyes. 9) Namaste and move on with your day.