Introduction to Mindfulness – Lesson 12

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MINDFULNESS - dealing with doubts

Welcome to lesson 12 of the Introduction to Mindfulness course.

We're getting closer to the end of the course.

And today, we're going to be working with the last of the major common obstacles in meditation... doubt.

Doubt comes in many forms during meditation.
Sometimes, it comes in the form of doubting yourself... and sometimes, doubt comes in the form of doubting the practice, or the method.

Unfortunately, doubt can be a huge obstacle to meditation practice.
It can make you not even want to sit down to meditate, or to get up and actually leave your meditation once you've started.

So, how do we work with doubt?

In today’s guided meditation, we're going to be go through a process of noticing and labeling doubt.

Today’s lesson will take 11 minutes. Make sure you will not be disturbed, and...
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Please take a moment and let me know, in a comment below,
what was your experience during the practice, and if you have any question.

I love to hear from you, and I respond to every comment...

  • Hanny Schouten says:

    What I came aware is that a lot doubt is gone in the time, I’m more calm in situations and take my dissisions.

    Eventually I find out that it could be better, than I can chance it and if that happend it wil be my lesson te learn. Thank you Vered, you made me more aware. And stil it can always be better, I ‘m working on it.

  • Marjolein Etten says:

    I discovered I have a lot of self doubt, but never was aware of this. Now I know, I can work to let it go. Thank you!

    • Vered Neta says:

      Thanks for your honest comment Marjolein.
      The first step to any solution is AWARENESS…without it, you can never solve it. So, well done and keep on going

  • Japke Englebert says:

    Thanks for making me aware what can go on with meditation. ❤️

    • Vered Neta says:

      Thanks Japke for taking the time and becoming aware.

      Curious to know what did you learn from it?

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