THE BENEFITS OF ENTERING INTO THE SILENCE ZONE

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  1. Great article! You know I’m not really that into meditation bc I find it extremely difficult to shut off my mind especially when I’m in a terrible low state (which probably explains my lull in reading, now that I think about it), but the few times I’ve tried meditation (and I mean, truly tried it), it kind of scared me. I feel like I had out of body experiences where I was much me sensitive to my surroundings and certain senses…. I’m realizing this doesn’t really make sense since I just said it’s hard for my mind to shut off but something happened this few times I tried sitting with my silence and meditating.. I’m not saying I’m never going to try it again or that it scared me off, more so saying meditation is a powerful medium and I do not underestimate its benefits!

    1. Yes I totally understand! My bestie is a powerful empath and has other intuitive/psychic powers and stuff, and he’s so freaked out by meditation too, for the same exact reasons. Not sure what the solution is, but at least, you’re not alone ☺️💖 Sounds like u have a lot of amazing gifts actually. Hope that doesn’t scare u more. It doesn’t have to be scary. It can be amazing, once u get used to the different energies and realize you’re safe and stuff. Trust me, I know 🌺🌞😘

  2. Meditation is so beneficial but I suck at it when I try too hard, as I described in an earlier meditation confession. I like your description of simply slipping into silence. I do OK when i don’t think about “trying to meditate.” Instead I just try “listening meditation,” where I let myself focus on the sounds of nature outside. Just listening to calming music on noise-canceling headphones helps me, too. I love the free Insight Timer app (crazy post about that coming up at some point), which has music, guided breathing, and guided meditations. My mind still wanders but it is what it is. 🤷🏾‍♀️😌

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