Most of us don’t meditate under ideal conditions. We have to contend with traffic noise, the neighbour’s dog barking, roommates, and so on. While meditating, distractions are our constant companions.
So, how do you handle distractions while meditating?
This is such a great question because hidden in the answer is the key to how to deal with pretty much any challenge you face, both in meditation and in your life.
This is a video version of an earlier post I wrote on handling distractions while meditating. You can read that earlier post here.
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