Meditation

What is meditation?

Meditation can have many meanings. To be with yourself, to focus, to detach oneself from the world, to become more conscious, to relax, to breathe... What I want to talk about here is to concentrate on yourself. Focusing on one's own life, on our dreams, our potential and our behaviour towards our body. In our everyday life we experience so much stress. We don't take time for ourselves. That is so important. I would like to tell you a little about my perspective. If you like, read my page about motivation.

Pros

  • Relaxation, dealing with stress
  • Get to know ourselves
  • Better know what your body and mind needs
  • Bring peace in our daily life
  • Live more consciously, dream more consciously
  • Reveals many paths for things that seem unsolvable

Cons

  • None
  • Relaxation, dealing with stress
  • Get to know ourselves
  • Better know what your body and mind needs
  • Bring peace in our daily life
  • Live more consciously, dream more consciously
  • Reveals many paths for things that seem unsolvable
  • None

My experience with meditation

When I started meditating last year, I learned a lot about myself and my body. Since I work full time, it is not always easy to reconcile work, therapy and life. Many times I distracted myself, especially when I was feeling bad. I did not thought about myself, did not know what I actually wanted to do.

That's when I started meditating. In the Appstore there are enough Apps to support you. I use "Calm". I started meditating every two days. In the beginning it was quite difficult. Sitting still for 10-20 minutes and not thinking about anything? Almost impossible. My thoughts about everyday life kept me from being concentrated. Here, too, practice makes perfect. And just a short time later it was much easier for me to relax and listen. I started to think about myself and my life. I am aware of how that sounds, very spiritual, isn't it? It should be. When was the last time you took time to reflect about yourself? Normally we don't do that.

Why meditation helps me with CF?

You and I know how devastating CF can be. She can come out of nowhere and take everything we have. Often health breakdowns are associated with mental pain.  Meditation gives us a place to think about ourselves and learn to deal with difficult situations. Through meditation I became aware of what I have already achieved in my life, what I still want to achieve. This gave me enormous motivation to do much more for my health. Also the idea of this website was born in a "spiritual" moment. 

You see, meditation can be worth a lot. Try it out! You can't lose anything, only win.

How do I correctly meditate?

The great thing is, there are tons of ways to meditate. The technique doesn't matter, you know why? As soon as you meditate for a while, something will happen automatically. Your mind will automatically start to feed you the right thoughts. 

Below a few meditations:

  • Take 15 minutes (best every day) and sit down in a quiet place. This can be at home or in a nice place. Close your eyes and let all your thoughts float by. Don't hang on to one, let him go. Then see what happens
  • Meanwhile there are many apps and books to support you in your meditation. Run an app, it will guide you through the meditation.
  • Yoga is also a form of meditation that focuses on breathing.
  • Follow a hobby that you can do alone and in peace. Be that puzzling, assembling something, making music, listening to music, etc. Concentrate on the activity and make sure you don't have any distractions. This method can also work miracles.
  • On the right you will find a video in which Mady Morrison leads you through a meditation. 

How do I correctly meditate?

The great thing is, there are tons of ways to meditate. The technique doesn't matter, you know why? As soon as you meditate for a while, something will happen automatically. Your mind will automatically start to feed you the right thoughts. 

Below a few meditations:

  • Take 15 minutes (best every day) and sit down in a quiet place. This can be at home or in a nice place. Close your eyes and let all your thoughts float by. Don't hang on to one, let him go. Then see what happens
  • Meanwhile there are many apps and books to support you in your meditation. Run an app, it will guide you through the meditation.
  • Yoga is also a form of meditation that focuses on breathing.
  • Follow a hobby that you can do alone and in peace. Be that puzzling, assembling something, making music, listening to music, etc. Concentrate on the activity and make sure you don't have any distractions. This method can also work miracles.
  • On the right you will find a video in which Mady Morrison leads you through a meditation. 
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