Bliss More FAQ
+ How long and how often should I meditate?
Meditate twice a day for 10-20 minutes. You can learn more about how long and often to meditate in the book Bliss More.
+ What if I have a thought that makes me feel sad or upset during meditation?
Accept it as part of your meditation. If you attempt to ban a thought, you will be able to think of nothing else. You can learn more about how to handle this in the book Bliss More.
+ I cannot stop thinking while I meditate! What can I do about that?
All thoughts matter. Treat all thoughts as a legitimate part of the meditating experience regardless of the content. You can learn more about this and the E.A.S.Y. approach in the book Bliss More.
+ What if I find it uncomfortable to sit on the floor?
Get comfortable! Sit on the couch or in a chair. Sitting comfortably will free your mind and enable it to drop more easily into a settled state. You can learn more about how to sit in the book Bliss More.
+ Where should I meditate?
Anywhere you can sit comfortably with your back supported is the ideal place to meditate. While it’s preferable to have a quiet environment, it’s not required. Meditation creates the quiet inside. You can learn more about where to meditate in the Bliss More book.
+ Can I be good at meditation?
Meditation needs to feel enjoyable. If you are enjoying it you will be good at it. This is why I suggest you follow the E.A.S.Y. method in the Bliss More book.
+ What mantra should I use during meditation?
I suggest passively using the mantra “ah hum.” Begin by whispering it and then just think it to yourself. You can learn more about this and other meditation techniques in the book Bliss More.
+ What if I don’t want to use a settling sound during meditation?
I highly recommend using the sound “ah hum” as part of your meditation practice as it has valuable vibrational properties. You can learn more about this and other techniques in the book Bliss More.
+ Can I use my breath instead of the “ah hum” mantra?
Most people find that they are trying to control and force their breath without using this mantra. That is why I recommend passively noticing your breath and passively thinking “ah hum” You can learn more about this in the book Bliss More.
+ How do I know if I’m meditating correctly?
If you get lost in your thoughts, lose track of time, feel like you are falling asleep or resting deeply, lose awareness of your body, etc. These are all signs that you are doing it right. You can learn more about this in the book Bliss More.