What do you think about during the Anxiety-busting meditation?

I just tried the Anxiety busting meditation.

Honestly, the repetitive thought I noticed the most wasn’t sex-related. I kept thinking about how I needed to be searching for an apartment because I currently don’t have a place.

It made me realize how stressed out the whole thing was making me. I noticed that when I let my focus fasten onto a seemingly rational little nudge in the back of my brain, the thought got bigger and fatter and I was soon shoulders deep in a crushing feeling I’d be homeless forever because I wasn’t doing enough.

I don’t think doing the meditation just once cured the problem. But I’m way more aware that that sort of thought can eat me up if I let it get out of hand and turn into a full-blown anxiety.

Anyone else notice something when they try a meditation like this? Where does your mind wander to?

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Not tried meditation before but keen to try and see how it works and can help calm my mind in and out the bedroom

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I have meditated in the past but was never consistent in my daily routine with this.

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I don’t and have never meditated. My brain doesn’t allow me to. Sitting still for too long just makes all my previous experiences, anticipations about the future, worries, doubts, things I’ve heard/said/see/saw flood my mind perpetually. There’s isn’t a second of clear thought or peace. I’m always moving, always doing. The only time I stop is went I’m so depressed or crushed under mental illnesses that I literally can’t will myself to do anything but lay down in a hole. Now that I’m learning with Mojo I know all the unresolved things I have going on in my psych have compounded and have made their apperance in my physical body. I hope this meditation works. I’m down to try anything to return to my former glory. I’m too young to be suffering with this.

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I’ve never tried any

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Keeps my focus fixed in place

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I’ve only done the breathing exercises, but have had good experience there.

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I definitely feel like meditation has helped ease my mind and anxiety and has increased my overall sense of wellbeing

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Meditation usually helps me with my anxiety, making me feel better with my life in general, which in turns improves my issues in the bedroom.

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It has helped me stay focused and bring my mind back to being present.

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helped with my wellbeing, tbd on bedroom issues

I think about a lot of things both positive and negative, some of them are hypothetical thoughts and situations, playing in my mind. On the negative side, the dominant thought was the times I couldn’t get it up and I was so worried about my performance and other stuff. But as I progress with meditation. The volume of this thought and other negative thoughts has decreased.

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Ohh yes, This I relate a lot too. Sometimes almost always, I am thinking about making money, being successful. Worrying that, What I am doing and the effort I am making is never enough.

I need to do more, to get to where I want. Well the only downside about this is, you reach a goal that was always in your mind, for example, Buying a car. After that car and a short moment of satisfaction, another thought sneaks in my mind, “Dude you need a new place to stay” and the cycle continues endlessly.

The thought of being successful, stresses me out to the point where, 90% of my thoughts are linked to ways of making it, in life. This puts so much pressure in my life, career and this pressure is also felt in my relationships and sex life, because my mind is not present, I am not there.

But I started meditating way before “mojo” came to my life, even though I’ve not been as consistent. It has managed to reduce the noise and anxieties in my mind and life. It is helping to make me more present and aware. I have also noticed changes in my emotional and spiritual “realms.”

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I found my mind wandering off, but if I caught myself in a negative thought I would call it out as negative. That helped turn it around, I am working on improving other areas of my life, fitness, financial, creative, and spiritual which I believe also cause me anxiety, and combined with meditation regularly will overall improve my wellbeing and trickle down to my sexual enjoyment anxiety, neurosis. My main anxiety related to do with sex is that I have damaged my brain too much on regular porn usage, and false arousal. I have been working on quitting porn, and losing that mental stimulation has made it harder to get erections. But I think the fear is causing more mental anguish, than actual physical issues. Looking forward to continuing the program to remove these mental roadblocks.

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This has helped a lot, the key is consistency. Make time every day and be patient

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Soothing.

I haven’t meditated much before this program. My mind wanders periodically, but I hope to get better and benefit my sex life, and overall life.

I end up going to things I’m worried about and things I really want to do, some of which have overlap. My mind sometimes even wanders randomly - I nearly fell asleep on this last meditation.

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I find my mind wanders a lot to things I need to do (like work, shopping, contact someone) or to reflect on things I’ve recently done. It jumps around a lot.

Meditation helps me to notice these thoughts and let them pass so I can be more present. It also helps me to stop catastrophising (which is making certain thoughts feel a lot more serious than they are).

It’s definitely helped me to be more relaxed and focussed. It works best when I do it regularly.

I tried previous meditations in this 8-day course and it really helped me when I was having sex this week. Although this session wasn’t bas powerful for me, I think I’m riding the confidence-high of getting over my erection issues

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