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  • ndhamecom

    Meditation. Clearing the mind to allow for objective reflection.

    • NerfYoda

      How'd you get meditation down in an hour? I've been trying for years and still feel like I don't have it right.

      • ekyris

        While most meditation requires years and years of practice to master, keep in mind there's not like a single way you have to meditate. If it calms you down, helps you clear your mind of worry and anxiety, I'd say you're doing it right! And if it doesn't, maybe try looking at some online resources to see recommended techniques and the like...

      • frostysauce

        I feel meditation is one of those things you're never supposed to get right.

    • Bazill

      Meditation only requires practice in the sense that you must clear your mind. While you meditate there are always going to be stimulus trying to combat one another for your attention but you have to take another deep breath and clear your mind once again. It's so very easy to learn meditation, but so very difficult to master it.

    • HeyYourself

      I dont think you learn it in one hour though. You gotta take the ride, practice every day, and only after that you "learned it".