Author: meditationchangedmylife_f1coag

  • Naval Ravikant Quotes about Meditation

    Naval Ravikant is sort of Silicon Valley’s guru. Almost everyone seems to like him. In case you don’t know him, he is very active on Twitter. I have rarely seen someone not like the stuff he says, though I have heard people say negative things about him. Or at least negative things about stuff he […]

  • Best Meditation Books for Beginners and Experts 

    Are you interested in meditating? Meditation brings numerous benefits—it reduces stress, alleviates anxiety, increases happiness, and improves self-awareness. The good thing is that starting meditating is easier than ever.  With so many incredible videos for guided meditations and books, you can quickly begin your meditation journey and find your way to inner peace. In this […]

  • 5 of the Best Meditation Videos on YouTube (regular practice)

    Are you looking for a quality guided meditation?  It is challenging to find quality videos and apps that don’t require a hefty price for unlocking the content.  Luckily, in this post, we’ll share some of the most popular meditation videos on YouTube you can practice every day to experience relaxation and calmness.  Whether you’re seeking […]

  • Meditation for Sleep

    Although meditation is a spiritual practice, many people use it as a mind-body treatment as well. According to studies, meditation for sleep helps reduce anxiety, pain, and depression. So, if you experience trouble sleeping, you might consider meditation as a natural sleep solution.  In this post, we will explore how meditation affects sleep and the […]

  • 24 Famous People Who Meditate

    Who are some famous people that meditate? In this post we’ll find out. I remember in Tim Ferriss’ book Tools of the Titans (not an affiliate link), the intro to the book he mentions the five most common habits or tools across all of his interview subjects. And the most consistent habit is having a […]

  • 16 Meditation Questions Answered

    1. Can You Meditate Lying Down? The short answer is yes, you can meditate lying down.  However, I forget who it was, probably Sam Harris, who said that it is harder to concentrate lying down. I have found this to be true myself: that concentrating is harder while lying down.  When lying down I find […]