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Often when we meditate, we find ourselves wondering about the experiences we are having during the meditation period. At times, we judge ourselves and maybe even feel frustration as we notice our distracted mind and body. Many of us are certain we are far from enlightened because we are just not doing it ‘right’. As you may have realized there are five things that generally happen in meditation:
* You repeat the mantra / breathing technique / chant or see the visualization
* You have thoughts, feelings, sensations, maybe even tears at times
* You have thoughts and repeat the mantra / breathing technique / chant at the same time
* You slip into a place of stillness, the space that feels like a glorious breath between your thoughts
* You fall asleep
If you are experiencing any or all of these occurrences, your practice of meditation is perfectly normal.  Know that each moment, exactly as it is, provides an opportunity to just ‘be’ in the present. Let yourself ride the waves of your unique experience, relax into the now and gently go with the flow. Give yourself permission to respond with gratitude for the unique experience of being alive and trust that the benefits of meditation with unfold for your in a myriad of ways. (reference: Deepak Chopra)
Why not try a one-on-one meditation session with Pip or join one of the meditation classes to start your journey towards peace.
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