Updated: Jan 20
Are you tired of trying to meditate alone and feeling like you're constantly failing at it? Well, it turns out you're not alone (pun intended). Meditation can be a tough practice to get the hang of, but learning to meditate in a group can make it a lot more fun and rewarding.
Camaraderie: Let's face it, sitting in silence for long periods of time can get pretty lonely. But when you meditate in a group, you're surrounded by like-minded individuals who are all working towards the same goal. It's a great way to make new friends and feel a sense of belonging.
Group accountability: It can be easy to skip out on a solo meditation practice, but when you're part of a group, you're more likely to show up and commit to the practice. Plus, you'll have a bunch of people cheering you on and holding you accountable to your meditation goals.
Expert guidance: Unless you're a meditation pro, chances are you could use some guidance from someone who knows what they're doing. When you learn to meditate in a group, you'll have an experienced instructor to guide you through the process and answer any questions you might have.
More fun: Let's be real, meditation can be kind of boring if you're doing it alone. But when you're in a group setting, it can be a lot more enjoyable. Plus, you'll have a bunch of people to high-five after a successful session.
So, if you're tired of struggling to meditate on your own, consider joining a group meditation class. Not only will you have a more enjoyable experience, but you'll also be more likely to stick with the practice and see the benefits. Namaste, friends!