Meditation FAQ – 15 first Questions for Clever Beginners

Meditation Faq Continued pp.3..

will meditation change my personality ?

will meditation change my personality ?

Yes it makes it better, closer to your source. Studies suggest more self-awareness, calmness and compassion in subjects.

is meditation only for religious people ?

It can be religious but it but it doesn’t have to be. For instance meditating on the greatness of Krishna, that’s a bit religious. In Christianity meditation is accepted as long as it leads to Christ. In more advanced states it helps to submit yourself to something be it what you feel to be the universe or even the Moon Goddess if you like. Letting yourself get subsumed is a powerful act. Don’t worry about it, you come back stronger and fully formed.

does meditation help alcoholism ?

According to a study just 11 mins a day can help. Why they chose 11 mins is difficult to understand, seems so arbitrary. On a practical level if you like meditating it may discourage you from drinking the night before because it can spoil the meditation.

How old is meditation ?

The oldest known document on meditation originated from India 5000-3500Bc

why journal your meditations ?

It helps you keep a track of how you are getting on and what you can do to improve. To me it is a source of inspiration.

can i meditate when i am sleeping ?

Yes but it isn’t easy initially. This intersects with occultism. Practice holding onto your awareness as your body falls asleep. Expect a feeling of paralyse, the feeling of Chi running around your body and outer body experiences. Make sure you are comfortable before you begin, or things can get very grim.

how long should i meditate ?

Don’t torture yourself. As long as you feel Ok with. Start at 10 minutes. Recently they have been excavating very old Buddhist monks who have been off the day to day scene for possibly decades or more in suspended animation. It is meditation related…..

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