Examples of excuses and reasons that you can meditate.
My mind is too busy – don’t worry, while you are sitting meditating you will become aware of your busy and chaotic mind, which meditation will help to unwind. You will experience lots of thoughts, feelings and possibly emotions. It doesn’t matter how you feel whilst meditating, concentrate on how you feel after and for the rest of the day.
I get too fidgety – you don’t have to sit still, you just need to be comfortable, if you fidget do so it will lessen the more you meditate.
My anxiety kicks in – while all your negative thoughts are coming up that would be normal. Meditating and learning breathing exercises will calm you.
Sitting still is my worst nightmare – then consider going for a walk in the park or woods, without earphones in, listening to nature. You could learn yoga, Qi gong or tai chi where you meditate moving. The art is to just “be” not always “doing”
I don’t like it – if you have tried one type of meditation and it was not for you, there are other types out there. Here are a few transcendental, mantra, breathing, visualisation, guided and there are many more.
I am too busy – How much time do you waste looking at Social Media, watching TV, playing games online? You only need 10 to 20 minutes a day to start to feel the benefit.