Divorce can be one of the most stressful times in a person’s life, with the associated health problems that come with stress. Learning meditation techniques can be useful for people at this difficult time.
One of the most challenging aspects to learning meditation can be making time to actually do it. It should be twice daily practice where you ensure you have no other distractions.
Stick as much as possible to your normal routine and include meditation in that. Make sure you pay attention to how you are feeling after each meditation. Accept if you are feeling particularly upset or stressed and thank yourself for taking time out of your day to meditate.
Divorce can be a long and difficult process and dips and troughs in your mood can be normal. Try not to get frustrated if your meditation takes a while to have an effect on your overall mood.
As you practice, you will be able to become more objective and stand aside from your thought processes. This mindful way allows you to observe your emotions rather than being totally involved in them. This process has a great calming effect on the mind that then reflects into our physical body and helps you to feel physical calm too.
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