Meditation

Meditation

Dhyana means meditation in Sanskrit.
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Your focus should be centered and directed to a point or a place. Your mind should come to rest. Meditation is about connecting with the „now“, the present moment. To achieve this, you can, for example, try to focus on your breath or pay attention to the sounds around you without judging. Other options include reciting a mantra or focusing on a part of the body. To me, meditation has more than just one meaning. On some days it means full inner peace and on other days it is the careful handling of my monkey mind.
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There are moments when I manage to get into the silence or this emptiness that I feel (in a very positive sense) and I could spend days in this state. However, there are also days when the distraction from outside and inside is too great and I have to pause a meditation.
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I do not succeed in meditations equally well, that teaches me to take every meditation or every moment as it is. Consistency for that matter is more important. It takes a lot of repetition and patience until something can become constant. So keep going.

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