“Meditation is a way for nourishing and blossoming the divine within you.”

5 Meditation Mistakes You Should Avoid To Feel Completely At Peace


Meditation is the time of day when you need to put all of your stresses and anxieties aside and realize just how beautiful your life is. With the ability to improve the connection between your mind and body, you’ll acquire better coping skills and even get better rest at night. Below are 5 meditation mistakes that we have all encountered and why they should be avoided at all costs.

  1. Creating the Mood

When you get into your meditative pose and start focusing on your breathing, a lot of people assume that you should have a specific mood when you’re meditating. Don’t sit there and try to figure out how you should feel just because you’re trying to be at peace, allow the energy around you to determine what the mood for your meditation should be.

  1. Stopping All Thought

Everyone has the idea that meditation puts you in a position where you have to stop thinking about absolutely everything, which forces them to try to push every thought out of their mind. Unfortunately, this can stimulate your thoughts and make you think even more. Instead, focus on observing your meditation and file your thoughts away to think about at a later date.

  1. Allowing Distractions

There aren’t any specific rules to meditation as everyone does it differently. Some people meditate with music and others meditate in complete silence. The thing is that you should know what is classified as a distraction to you. For example, if you like silence, but your phone is constantly ringing, that would be a distraction. Your meditation time is when you need to get rid of distractions and focus on yourself.

  1. Skipping Meditation for a Day

You might think that you’re not doing any harm when you skip a day or two of meditation, when in reality you’re breaking a routine that you were once in. It can take someone up to 7 days to create a new routine, so you’ll essentially be starting from the beginning again.

  1. Meditating without a Partner

Much like working out, meditating is a way for you to make your mind stronger and if you don’t have someone to hold you accountable for going to the “mental gym” you’ll be more likely to skip your workouts. You’ll need to find a partner that will help you to stick to a regular meditation plan so you can effectively establish a routine.