I’ve tried meditation, and I’ve been using Headspace for the past two weeks, but I’ve never noticed a meaningful difference in thought patterns. I’m able to recognize when I’ve been in a negative cycle, but I haven’t been able to create distance between myself and the thoughts. I hope to be able to do that better over time.
I have tried meditation many times before, but inconsistently. I tend to start it up again every time I feel like I’m in a spike of stress. But I what I should is make a habit of doing it however I’m feeling so that those stress spikes are less frequent or less potent.
I haven’t ever tried meditation, but am interested to learn how I can use it as a tool to reduce stress and anxiety, and hopefully develop using it to be more present and relaxed when making love with my wonderful patient woman.
I’m new to meditation. Im looking for A way to regulate my thoughts and my body effectively
Meditation definitely helps me focus on what’s right in front of me. I become more attentive and aware of the environment around me. I drive better, I listen better, I have more fun.
Tried it before, didn’t see any results. I’m still willing to give it another go
Tried it before whithou success,my mind just wouldn’t allow me, hope I have better luck this time
Meditation helped me with inner awareness whereby I can pay attention to my inner thoughts and actually work to introduce new thoughts into my conscience
Helps calm the mind and stop triggers overwhelming me
To calm my mind and stay in the moment
I really want meditation to help, I first noticed during Pilates which I started this year and this woke up my interest in sex. Since I woke up I am looking at ways to improve sex with my wife and I am hoping the Mojo meditation will do that. Also it sounds like it should help in all areas of my life and by extension my families lives.
I’ve only recently started meditating. It definitely helps me regulate stress/anxiety in the moment , and I can feel great afterwards. I haven’t yet seen it impact my daily life
I have tried meditation a few times in the past and have always struggled with it. It has always been more generally focused in those attempts so I am hoping it will be more effective with a more specific goal.