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Meditation Pitfalls: The 5 Most Common Reasons People Stop Meditating
Written by Michael Mantz, M.D.
- Trap #1: “I don’t have enough time to meditate. I am too busy. I can’t just sit there doing nothing every day.”
- Trap #2: “I can’t stop thinking!”
- Trap #3: “I am not good at meditating.”
- Trap #4: “I don’t feel relaxed when I meditate so it doesn’t work for me.”
- Trap #5: “I get so bored and tired when I meditate.”