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  • Some days meditation will feel easy.

  • On others it might feel difficult.

  • The trick is to gently stay with it each time no matter how it feels.

  • Look for a place in your routine where this exercise can slot in easily.

  • Research shows it's easier to create a new habit when we do it at about the same time each day.

  • We recommend doing it first thing in the morning, but you might need to be flexible with that.

  • Find somewhere you won't be disturbed.

  • Don't worry too much about background noise.

  • I'll explain how to deal with that, but it might be easier at first if you have some peace and quiet.

  • Make sure you're sitting comfortably before you start.

  • Unless you're used to sitting cross-legged on the floor, I'd recommend using a chair.

  • Sit with your legs and arms uncrossed, feet flat on the floor and hands resting in your lap or on your legs.

  • Try to keep your back straight but not too tense.

  • If you need it, a small cushion or rolled-up towel under your back side will help keep your back straight, and that's it --you're now ready to get some Headspace.

Some days meditation will feel easy.

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Headspace | Meditation | Getting Started

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    Minjane posted on 2020/07/30
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