Now that you’ve learned the basics of meditation, do you have any questions? Did you find any part of it difficult or uncomfortable?
Most people who practice meditation run into some obstacles. The following are cures for some common meditation ailments.
- Physical Discomfort While Sitting
- Cannot Find the Time to Meditate
- Lack of Concentration
- Impatience: I Expected Better Results!
- Daily Stress
- Physical and Emotional Tension
- Tension While Focusing at the Spiritual Eye
- Lack of Enthusiasm
- Feeling You Are Not a Good Meditator
- Spiritual Overconfidence: Thinking of Oneself (and One’s Abilities), Rather than God
- Protection from Negative Influences
- Feeling You Are Making Little or No Progress
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Connecting in Person or Online
If your questions are more involved or you would like more personal spiritual guidance, you can connect with us in person at one of our communities, centers, or meditation groups. If our locations are too far away, you can also join our virtual community, which has webinars, group book studies, group guided meditations, and more.
Tomorrow, we’ll talk about one of the essential keys to success in meditation: how to turn your practice into a daily habit.
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