i miss the tingleing sensation on fingers when i used to meditate or breath deeply now i feel like my breath is shallow all the time not like i cant breath just shallow enough to were i cant do any sort of deep breathing exercises im on lamicatal and abilify. i suspect its the lamicatal
Yeah. I don’t have the patience for it and it escapes me.
I do a lot of exercise now and I’m counting a lot. I think that helps get into a mindset. It’s certainly not anything near meditation. Before meds my mind was way too busy and unfocused.
After meds I’m just loose mentally. It’s not a bad cop but I still have my moments! Stuff meditation!
Yes, meditation is known to make me symptomatic, I’ve tried many times always end up suspicios.
Exercise is even worse for me. After I exercise I go back to my state before meds which isn’t good.
Walking is something I do daily around 10-15.000 steps.
Stil need to loose some weight, maybe meds will do the trick
lamictal 25 mg gave me a psychosis as side effect but everyone reacts differently to it this happened in 2008
I used to meditate (or more try and propagate the ‘chi’ feeling in my fingers).
Can’t do it now at all
Is meditation occult ?
I think it’s placebo
No, prayer is a form of meditation. Occult practices have it too, but it’s fairly universal.
I don’t believe in prayers
Then why do you care about things being occult or not?
Because I believe there is there a higher being. I don’t trust priests or churchs
I mean occult like unusual
How does one actually meditate?
What is the process and thought pattern behind it? Ive never done it …
Are you supposed to clear your thought and try " find Yourself " in that moment?
What about something you enjoy doing and takes your mind off everyday life, like a great hobby? Is this a form of meditation?