How To Meditate Like A Tibetan Monk (Guide)
You'll be projecting onto the astral plane in no time!
Since I started to give more importance to my mental health and how to take care not only of my body but my mind as well, I noticed that almost everywhere I looked there was talk about meditation. Until a few years ago, I believed that meditation was purely spiritual or religious, and therefore I never really learned about its uses and benefits. I used to think that it was a practice for only a select group of the population, those capable of silencing the voices in their head. Being someone highly anxious, I didn’t think it possible to silence the voices in mine that only seem to scream AAAAHHHHHHHHHH until I go to sleep. So I gave up on meditation before even trying.
As I learned more and more about the mind, spirit and wellness, and meditation, I understood that we really can all do it, that there are many aspects of meditation and that different cultures give it various uses and meanings. Even that, if I liked I could view meditation in a non-religious way, the world’s most entrenched atheist could be a world-class meditator if they wanted. So I started giving meditation a try.
Sadly, I couldn’t completely shut out the AAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHH’s in my head.
After many attempts, changes of place, apps, music and essences, I found the solution: a cushion. Yes, I know, but it is not just any cushion.